Brisbane City Council Kerbside Collection is a service provided by the Brisbane City Council to residents of Brisbane, Australia. It allows residents to dispose of household items that cannot be placed in their regular waste or recycling bins.
The kerbside collection service operates on a schedule that varies depending on the suburb. Residents can check the Brisbane City Council website or contact their local council office for more information on when the service will be available in their area.
Accepted items for kerbside collection typically include large household items such as furniture, whitegoods (e.g. fridges, washing machines), and mattresses. Residents are usually required to place these items on the kerbside in front of their property on the scheduled collection day.
It is important to note that certain items are not accepted for kerbside collection, such as hazardous waste, building materials, and car parts. Residents should check the Brisbane City Council website for a full list of accepted and non-accepted items.
Overall, the kerbside collection service is a convenient way for residents to dispose of large household items and helps to reduce illegal dumping in Brisbane.
The Council Kerbside Collection will take place across Wynnum and Manly in late February and early March 2023. The collection service helps residents dispose of large household items.
Collection week will commence on 27 February for the following suburbs:
Collection week will commence on 6 March for the following suburbs:
- Wynnum West
Collection week will commence on 13 March for the following suburbs:
- Manly West.