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Summer Clean-up

Warrumbungle Shire will again be conducting a hard waste collection service to assist rate payers with the opportunity to clean-up their properties.

Town areas of Coonabarabran, Baradine and Binnaway will be collected week commencing 26 February 2018.

For all rural areas in the northern end of the Warrumbungle Shire that already receive a wheelie bin/recycling pick up service, a collection can be arranged by calling 6849 2000 or email info@warrumbungle.nsw.gov.au.

Information required when making a booking is :

  • Name
  • Address
  • Amount
  • Type of hard waste to be collected.

Pick up would be from the kerb on the day booked.




Not Accepted

  • Furniture and household appliances
  • Electronic equipment such as TVS, dvds, E-waste
  • Glass and china
  • Branches and pruning’s (tied and separated from other materials)
    Timber (no longer than 2 metres and no more than 10 pieces)
  • Whitegoods including washing machines, air conditioners, stoves and fridges (fridge doors must be removed)
  • Hot water systems
  • Scrap metal, car parts and lawn mowers
  • Paint tins (empty with lids removed)
  • Bicycles

  • Mattresses and bed bases
  • Tyres
  • Motor Oil
  • General Green waste
  • Household putrescible waste
  • Asbestos and other hazardous materials
  • Gas cylinders
  • Household chemicals and pesticides
  • Building and renovation materials including rubble.




Extra Information

Ø  Areas within the restriction zones of all towns will be classed as within the town boundary

Ø  All other areas will be classed as rural and will require all pickups to be pre booked

Ø  Town areas to be picked up using a grid pattern, completing each street at the one time

Ø  There will be no returning to a street once that street has been completed, any placement after pick has been completed will be classed as dumping.

Once pick-up has occurred in your area, waste that is left out will not be collected. The resident will be instructed to remove it or be fined.

Last Updated: 19 Feb 2018