Hard waste, bundled branches and metals collection
We have one combined hard waste, bundled branches and metals collection each year.
The collection runs from January to April. Find out when your collection will be.
You can place your items on your nature strip by no later than the Sunday before your collection date. Make sure its not put out earlier than one week before.
Your items need to be in a distinct and separate pile to make it easily identifiable.
Items should only be placed at your weekly garbage collection point for removal and not in another location.
What if my collection is missed?
Contact us on 1300 368 333 within one week of your collection date for further investigation.
What can I put out for collection?
Hard waste (max. 3 cubic metres)
- Household items, mattresses and furniture items
- Up to 10 pieces of timber (not fencing)
- Window glass, mirrors and shower screens (securely wrapped and marked glass)
- TV's, computers and electronic equipment
Metals (unlimited - max 1.5m in length and 50kg for each item)
- Metals, whitegoods and equipment (fridge doors removed)
Branches (max. 3 cubic metres)
- Up to 20 bundles of branches (3 cubic metres). Maximum of 1.5m long and 200mm diameter
- Tree limbs (75mm – 200mm diameter). Straight clean logs with side branches removed. Maximum 1.5m long.
- Branches (up to 75mm diameter) tied with non-plastic string. Maximum 1.5m long.
What will not be collected?
- Bricks, rubble, excavated material, concrete, soil or earth, building, renovation or demolition material, cement sheeting
- Bamboo, creepers, vines, palm trees, soft plants, rose bushes, thorny plants, weeds, grass clippings or leaves
- Untied branches or branches tied with plastic twine, stockings or wire
- Barbed wire
- Branches containing nails or wire
- Batteries, car tyres, trucks or tractor tyres, suspension springs or engines
- Stumps or roots
- Tree limbs larger than 200mm in diameter or more than 1.5m long
- Tree limbs (thicker than 75mm and up to 200mm diameter) with side branches attached
- Broken glass (unless wrapped)
- Chemicals, liquids, paints, oil, fluids, asbestos or hazardous materials
- Industrial, business or commercial waste
- Household garbage, recyclables or polystyrene
- Gas cylinders, fuel tanks or water tanks
- Loose garden organic material in boxes, bags, containers or bins
- Hard waste from vacant blocks
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