Every second Monday, there's a Council waste collection for residential household items that can't go in the red bin.
Call the waste hotline on 1300 799 019 to book over the phone.
Ensure you book by 4pm on the Sunday prior to the collection date.
The allowance for single residences is two cubic metres – the equivalent of a small box-trailer load. There is a 0.5m3 allowance for each unit in multi-unit residences.
2023 collection dates (includes public holidays)
- Monday 31 July
- Monday 14 August
- Monday 28 August
- Monday 11 September
- Monday 25 September
- Monday 09 October
- Monday 23 October
- Monday 06 November
- Monday 20 November
- Monday 04 December
- Monday 18 December
Council contracts this service to URM. To facilitate this service, your personal details may be provided to URM who are bound by Council's privacy obligations. For more information, visit our Privacy page.
- carpet (in rolls up to 1.2 metres long)
- small appliances such as microwaves
- white goods such as a fridge, stove, washing machine, dryer (not more than 90 kilograms). Tape or tie shut the appliance so nothing and no-one can be trapped inside. Alternatively, detach the door
- small glass up to one metre long (wrap and tape up).
Items not accepted
- kitchen food scraps
- soils, stones, concrete, building waste such as kitchen/laundry/bathroom and other renovation material/rubble, treated timber, wooden or other type pallets
- liquid waste, paint
- bean bags
- motor vehicle body and parts including tyres
- oversized items such as Hills Hoists, baths, sinks, vanities, laundry tubs/sinks, toilets, commercial-size fridges, etc
- recyclable materials such as cardboard and glass
- large glass more than one metre long (such as windows, mirrors)
- green waste – please book a garden waste pick up.
How to present items for pick-up
- Items must not be placed out earlier than the Sunday before the Monday collection.
- Put items outside the property boundary, or within two metres of an entrance.
- Large items and white goods should be put on a main street frontage and not in a rear laneway. A large truck needs access to them.
- Small, light items should be put in unwanted containers such as cardboard boxes. These will be taken as part of the clean-up.
The allowance for single residences is two square metres – the equivalent of a small box-trailer load. There is a 0.5-cubic metres allowance for each unit in multi-unit residences.