Clean Ups


Waste at Kimbriki

Bulky Goods Clean Up

Council collects bulky goods from your neighbourhood twice a year. We’ll notify you with a letterbox drop three weeks before the collection date. We don't publish clean-up dates in advance in order to deter dumping. 

The maximum amount per household is 3 cubic metres, or an amount similar to a small box trailer. 

Items should be put out on the weekend before the collection date. You can be fined up to $1,500 if you put them out at any other time. 

Place all metal items in a separate pile for recycling. 

For more information please download the What Bulky Goods are Accepted for Collection?  flyer (found at the top right hand side of this page).

Items we don’t collect!

No televisions, building materials, computer equipment, car parts, tyres, batteries, gas bottles, fire extinguishers, chemicals or paints, sheet glass, or oil heaters. 

We don’t collect bean bags. Bean bags burst and the polystyrene beads spread in the breeze and are extremely hazardous to wildlife - especially birds and
fish. Please dispose of these at Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre.

Think of reusing things before putting them out for landfill. Pass them on to a charity or a friend, or hold a garage sale. There are plenty of options in our Recycling A-Z.

Household Chemical CleanOut

Chemical CleanOuts are held throughout the year at various places around Sydney by the NSW Environment Protection Authority. For times and dates please click here. There is generally one collection in Warringah each year.

This program is a NSW EPA Waste Less, Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy in partnership with Warringah Council.  For more information regarding the Waste Less, Recycle More initiative please click here.

Televisions and computer equipment

Televisions and computer equipment are banned from kerbside collections in Warringah, Manly, Mosman and Pittwater. However, any householder or small business operator from these areas can take up to 15 items to Belrose Resource Recovery Centre, Crozier Rd, Belrose or Kimbriki for free. Up to five items can be taken to Dee Why Officeworks.

Find out more about television and computer waste.