Community Involvement

Since opening the business in 2002, Termite Doctors have always wanted to be seen not only as a locally owned and operated company, but also as a company that gives back to the local community

Treating your termites is our value guarantee

Termite Doctors proudly supports the following local areas/ charities

surf-club

Alexandra Headland Surf Lifesaving Club


David gives most weekends to Alexandra Headland Surf Lifesaving Club and continually makes sure that the beaches are safe not only at Alex, but also on the jet ski. David still competes for Alex in IRB’s and is also on the committee and is an IRB coach. Over this time he has been awarded Buck Wilks award for most outstanding member in 2007, IRB Driver of the Year and also Trainer/Assessor of the year in 2015.

Termite Doctors have also been the major sponsor for the Bondi to Bluff – a fundraising initiative for an Alex surf club member that badly injured his back while competing.  A team of 14 people drove two boats from Bondi (Sydney) to Alex on the Sunshine Coast. Overall the team raised over $55k for the injured club member and his family.

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Adopt a Beehive

Termite Doctors is proud to fully support this important initiative and sponsor a bee hive.

The hives are located on Certified Organic, Biodynamic clean farm called Bee Sanctuaries on the Sunshine Coast.  By supporting this cause we also help young apiarists learn beekeeping skills and support the future of this vital industry. We are helping the bees remain on this planet.  No BEES equals no FOOD. It’s as simple as that.

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Ewen Maddock Dam

Peter and Chris are active members of this fish stocking group which raises funds to stock Ewen Maddock and Baroon Pocket Dams on the Sunshine Coast.

The SEQ dams are restocked with Australian Bass, Golden Perch, Saratoga and Mary River Cod to help maintain fishing populations for recreational fishing for the community.

Chris has also undertaken the role as fund raising coordinator to raise funds for the ongoing restocking of these dams.  These dams are not part of the Government SID scheme and would be void of fish for the community if not for yearly restocking by the Ewen Maddock Fish Management Incorporated Group.  Note: this year 31,500 Bass and 2000 Golden Perch fingerlings were released into these two Dams.

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