Kerbside has a new booking system.
This improved service means that you can now book a kerbside collection online. Each residential property is entitled to one (1) collection per financial year.
Booking is easy!
- Use the drop down below to identify what zone your suburb is in.
- Click on the Bookable link below.
- Create your account.
- Make your booking.
- Place your waste out by 6am on your collection day (but no more than two days prior).
Don’t forget that domestic green waste and recycling disposal is free to drop off year-round at all Council waste facilities!
Kerbside collections do not occur on public holidays. If your nominated collection day falls on a public holiday, collection will be available the next business day.
Book your kerbside collection!
Check the drop down above for your zone.
Cancelling a booking
If you need to cancel a kerbside collection booking, login to your account using the Bookable link above and select the ‘cancel’ option no later than two (2) days before your collection date.
If cancellation is not received within this time, it will be counted as a collection for your property.
How much waste can I place out for collection?
Up to 2 cubic metres of hard waste can be placed on your kerb for collection. Place your waste out by 6am on your collection day (but no more than two days prior).
What we WILL collect
- White goods
- Fridges and freezers (must have the doors removed for safety purposes)
- Hot water systems
- Mattresses (limit of 2 per property)
- Electronic waste
- Toys, bicycles and sporting goods
- Tin and scrap iron up to 2 metres in length
- Wood products.
What we WILL NOT collect
- Vegetation and green waste
- Bricks and concrete
- Commercial and builders waste
- Car parts and tyres
- Liquids including paint and oil
- Hazardous waste (e.g. chemicals, oil, asbestos)
- Gas bottles
- Glass and mirrors
- Household waste that normally goes in your refuse or recycling bin
- Other items that may present a risk to safety.
Don't let good stuff go to waste!
Do you have unwanted items that are too good to throw away? They might be useful to someone else! Here are some ways to keep items out of landfill:
Hold a garage sale: Garage sales are a great way to get rid of unwanted items and connect with your local community.
Donate to an op shop or Council's tip shops: Some organisations will collect items from your home, while others have drop-off points.
Sell or give away your items online: Post your items on sites like Gumtree or a Facebook buy, swap, sell group.
For more information visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
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