Locksmiths Belivah

Locksmiths Belivah

We service Belivah, & offer an emergency mobile locksmith service to Belivah and surrounding suburbs.

Do you need your locks changed and new fresh keys? 

Fixed price per barrel to have your keys changed

Match your locks so 1 key to work all lock

Lightweight coloured keys available $ 6 eachLocksmiths Belivah coloured keys PriceAre you locked out?





We can help you get back into your property. (ID required)

Attend Locksmiths operates in the suburb of Belivah QLD.

We offer a mobile Locksmithing service that will come to your home or business.

Response Times

Average response time is 30 mins

If we are running late more then 15mins we will call to let you know where we are and what time you can expect a locksmith to be there.

Onboard Stock

We carry all the most common locks used in Australia for houses and commercial buildings.

Attend Locksmiths offers a full domestic & commercial locksmith service.


24 years as a trade qualified Locksmith

Your lock problems will be fixed the first time.

We do not send apprentice Locksmiths.


History about Belivah

Belivah was the property name of Peter McLean.

He initially settled on Oxley Creek in 1865 and relocated to this property on the Albert River in 1867.

He became a lay pastor for the Congregational Church.


Then Peter McLean set aside, one acre of land for a church at Belivah.

The building was 32 feet by 16 feet & was formally opened with a church service on Sunday 10 November 1872.


Peter McLean acted as the Congregational Agent until he returned to Brisbane in1883.


He remained the local member until 1883.

The church languished without his input and closed not long after that.

Other local settlers included Robert and Thomas Learmonth who owned land here from around 1876.

Another early settler here was Richard Gannon, a timber getter, who settled here around 1874.

Residential development of the suburb commenced in 1991 with the first stage of Stubbin Street, Leah Drive Osborne Court, and Lawler Court.