Mona Vale is known as a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Nowadays Mona Vale is 28 kilometres away to the north of the Sydney central business district, in an area called the Northern Beaches. Formerly the administrative centre of Pittwater Council, now it is located in the local government area of Northern Beaches Council. Located on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Mona Vale Road has been the main east-west link between the Pacific Highway, Pymble and Pittwater Road as the Mona Vale road is a classified B-double route and a bus route.
In 2011, the particular statistical areas within the study area had a median weekly household income range of $1,725 to $2,611, compared to $1,819 for the Pittwater LGA, $1,722 for the Warringah LGA and $1,447 for Greater Sydney.
The Socio-economic Index for Areas (SEIFA) relative measure of aspects of socioeconomic advantage and disadvantage for Pittwater LGA was 1114 in 2011, one of the highest-ranking areas in NSW. The index of relative socio-economic advantage and disadvantage in 2011 for the Warringah LGA was 1095. The NSW average is 1000. The three suburbs of the local area had relative SEIFA scores ranging from 1102 to 1139. Higher ratings indicate a relative lack of disadvantage and a more significant advantage in general.
The area was explored in 1788 by Captain Arthur Phillip. European settlement in the former Pittwater Council area dates from 1796 after Governor Hunter surveyed Broken Bay. Development was slow, mainly due to the area being relatively isolated, and access is only by ship. Land grants occurred from 1810, with land primarily used for timber-getting and farming. Some growth occurred in the 1880s, spurred by improved access. Land continued to be primarily used for farming, grazing and orcharding, with some fishing, boat building and timber-cutting industries. The former Pittwater Council area became a popular holiday destination, with many guesthouses and holiday homes built in the early 1900s and the interwar period. Significant residential development occurred from the 1950s, aided by the construction of bridges and roads. Much growth took place in the 1960s and 1970s. The population increased slightly from the early 1990s, rising from under 50,000 in 1991 to nearly 56,000 in 2011.
The former Pittwater Council area is a mainly residential and national park, with some commercial and light industrial areas. The former Pittwater Council area encompasses a total land area of 125 square kilometres, of which nearly half is a national park, bushland or reserves, including coastal foreshores, beaches, islands and waterways. Non-residential areas are mainly in the north and north-west.
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in the 2016 Census, there were 10,670 people domiciled in Mona Vale, of which 70.7% of these were born in Australia. The most common other countries of birth were England with 8.0% after that is New Zealand with 2.2% and the last in South Africa with 1.4%. Mona Vale is relatively linguistically homogeneous, with 84.8% of residents speaking only English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Serbian with 1.1%, German with 1.0% and Croatian with 1.0%. The most common responses for religion were No Religion with 30.6%, Catholic with 24.5% and Anglican with 20.7%
Pest Control Service
At Mona Vale, there are always Pest Control Services. Most of all is Pest Control Service company, with the most experienced professionals with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in the pest control industry, Pest Control Service company has served 25 different services, from small pests to birds, pigeons, mice and rats.
There are 25 types of services listed on the insect pest list that will be handled by the Pest Control Service company. You can rest assured that the pest will disappear from your place of residence.