Australian Made Fly Trap that is People Safe, Pet Safe and Plant Safe.

Australia’s #1 Fly Trap

Australia has the world’s most annoying flies, so we’ve made the most effective fly trap. It’s people safe, pet safe and planet safe.

Australia’s #1 Fly Trap

Australia has the world’s most annoying flies, so we’ve made the most effective fly trap. It’s people safe, pet safe and planet safe.

How EnviroSafe Fly Trap Works

EnviroSafe Eco-Bait uses a special, highly effective formula to attract flies into the trap. Once the flies are inside, there’s no escape! EnviroSafe Eco-Bait is made from food-grade material and pesticide free, so it’s safe to touch and won’t release any harmful toxins around your family, pets or home. The EnviroSafe Fly Trap is engineered with UV stabilised plastic to last longer in the hot summer sun, so you can enjoy your outdoors fly-free.



Our Eco-Bait uses a unique formula to attract flies inside our trap. The mixture is made from food-grade material, so it’s safe to touch and won’t release any harmful toxins around your family, pets or home.



Our trap is made from high-grade materials to stand the test of Australia’s summers. It has been engineered with UV stabilised plastic which means it won’t melt or deteriorate. It’s a re-baitable trap that lasts for years.



The result? You’re fly free.
People safe - pet safe - planet safe.
Enjoy the outdoors fly-free with EnviroSafe.

How to Empty The Fly Trap

Hang traps in a sunny, sheltered position

Keep 1.5-2m above ground level

Set up at least 10m from your BBQ area to draw flies away from your entertaining space

In hot weather, top up the water level every few days

Dispose of flies and set trap with a replacement bait every 2–3 weeks

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Pour the sachet of Eco-Bait into your EnviroSafe trap, add half a cup of warm water and mix

Hang your EnviroSafe trap outside, 1.5 – 2 m above ground, in a sunny position, sheltered
from strong winds. Check out our Installation guides for more tips on how to position the

The trap itself can be re-used numerous times. A few weeks after setting the trap, you may find that the trap is full of flies or has become too smelly. At this point, you will want to dispose of the contents of the trap and re-set the trap with a fresh Eco-Bait (see “How do I re-bait the trap?” above).

Place your EnviroSafe trap anywhere that flies might aggregate, for example near rotting vegetation such as a compost heap, or near a smelly rubbish bin. If you have chooks, you
can hang the trap near their shed, or anywhere animals roam and leave their droppings.

Don’t hang your EnviroSafe trap indoors. Place the trap outside, well away from your
entertaining area and house entry points to draw flies away from these areas.

Start trapping as soon as ambient daily temperatures reach about 20 o C. This is when flies
become active and begin reproducing.

For your average suburban house block, one trap should be enough to reduce your local fly
problem. If you have a large block with animals, you may want to set two or more traps. A
Jumbo trap is also available for areas with very big fly problems.

Avoid letting your trap dry out because it needs to stay wet to remain fully effective. You can
easily add water with a hose by directing it through the holes in the lid where the flies enter
the trap.

When your trap has aged and contains a lot of dead flies, it is normal for it to grow extremely
smelly. This additional smell will attract even more flies and if you have placed the trap well
away from outside living areas and doorways, this should not bother you. However, you can
reduce the smell by disposing of the flies and re-setting the trap.

You can purchase replacement Eco-Bait in handy three-packs or bulk buckets. To dispose of
caught flies, you can either dig a hole (at least spade depth) in the ground or in your
compost heap and bury the trap contents, or pour the contents into any waste container that
you were going to place in your rubbish bin. Wash out the trap thoroughly and follow the
steps in point 1 above.

As long as your trap is catching flies, you will want to keep your trap out and working for you.
When temperatures drop, or you are no longer catching flies, you can stop trapping and
store the trap for next season.

More questions?

See our full FAQ here.

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Hear from our customers.

Don’t just take our word for it.

Omg. This is so Good!! Within minutes we had flies galore inside. Needless to say, we had to empty and refill within days. It was so full. We used the containers for a control test using other ideas on the web. (prawns etc) Nothing works as well as the sachet of green goo supplied.

Works so well and has eliminated my fly problem! Very happy with results, has eliminated my fly problem from my back porch area. Easy to use and buy locally at Bunnings. I will be recommending this product to others!

Just wanted to say your product is amazing! Having a toddler who loves playing outside and leaves the door open constantly my house was filling with flys. I bought your jumbo catcher hoping to eliminate this from happening and the results have amazed me!!

Got Ya! We now have three Jumbo catchers and they are devastating the fly population. During the warmer weather I have to change the contents every 2 weeks. I would like to make it every 3 weeks, but early days yet. Excellent product will recommend it to anybody who has a fly problem.

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