Bulk waste pickup

Bulk kerbside collections

Residents can book up to six general or green waste bulk kerbside collections a year of two cubic metres per allocation.

Guidelines for bulk kerbside collection

Bulk general household collection

Acceptable Items:Unacceptable Items:
White goods such as fridges, stoves and washing machinesHazardous wastes such as paints, asbestos and chemicals
Household appliancesPanes of glass
Furniture and mattressesUnwanted medicines and liquids
Small car partsTyres
Hot water servicesLarge car parts or batteries
Bagged and boxed itemsGarden vegetation
Bric-a-bracItems that cannot be removed by two people

Bulk garden vegetation collection

Acceptable Items:Unacceptable Items:
Tree branchesFood waste
Garden vegetationChemically treated, painted or stained timber
Untreated timberVegetation too heavy to be lifted by two people
Plastic bags

For a prompt pick-up:

  • make a kerbside collection booking prior to placing items out for collection
  • place your items at kerbside the night before collection day
  • ensure acceptable material is placed neatly on the footpath and does not exceed 1.8 metres in length
  • ensure stumps and logs do not exceed 30cm in diameter
  • present bulk household waste and bulk vegetation in separate piles
  • check the amount of waste does not exceed two cubic metres or the equivalent to one box trailer load.

Failure to comply with kerbside collection guidelines may result in a clean-up order and fines of up to $5000. Visit our Illegal dumping page for more information.

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Last updated : Thu 1 Jan 1970