; Bulk Collections - City of Wanneroo

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Bulk Collections

The City of Wanneroo provides two bulk collections per year - one for bulk waste and one for bulk green waste. Further information on these services can be found below:


  • Waste should be placed on the verge no longer than one week before the collection date. 
  • If you see our waste team in your area before the due date for pickup, this will be for a pre-clean of the area. 
  • Do not follow your neighbour. Please check your collection dates. Crews will not return if you miss your collection.
  • Do not place your waste under trees, over sprinklers or on vacant lots and park lands.
  • Please place waste at least 1 metre away from fences, walls, mail boxes, public utilities, power domes, water meters and sprinklers to avoid damage. 
  • Keep footpaths and driveways clear.
  • Do not place items on light coloured paving and artificial turf. Vehicles can leave marks on paving. We do not collect items placed on artificial turf.
  • If your property is situated in a laneway, please place it in one of the visitor's car park bays at the front of your home. If you have any further questions, please contact Waste Services on 9405 5000.

Bulk waste collection

Click below to view the collection schedule for your area.

Bulk waste collection schedule

The City is able to keep approximately 40% of bulk waste out of landfill, thanks to changes in how we dispose of your waste. Residents can assist our team by stacking mattresses and scrap steel separately. You can also use our Waste disposal guide for more information about where to recycle your items.

We collect

  • Mattresses (these are collected separately by a City approved contractor).
  • Stoves and other white goods (up to 1.5 metres in length/width).
  • Scrap steel.
  • Furniture.
  • Bulky household items.

We do not collect

  • General household waste (i.e. nappies, food stuff).
  • Flammable liquids, gas cylinders.
  • Tree prunings/stumps/logs.
  • Bricks, building rubble, cement/concrete, sand.
  • Pallets, fence sheeting, asbestos products. 
  • Paint, chemicals, oils.
  • Plate glass, shower screens, glass table-tops, any other glass.
  • Batteries, e-waste and other hazardous items.
  • Tyres, car bodies, vehicle parts.
  • Agricultural waste.
  • Any liquids.
  • Any item exceeding 1.5 metres in length/width or excessively heavy.

Please note: We do not service vacant lots, commercial properties, reserves/parks and properties not receiving a domestic rubbish collection service. 

Just because you don’t need it anymore doesn’t mean someone else won’t treasure it. 

Consider giving your unwanted items a new home by donating to charity. 

"Don't leave them outside"

Make your donations count. Give your donations a chance to find new homes. Don't leave them out in the cold! 

GIV is an initiative of some of WA's largest charities working together to reduce waste and make every donation count.

Visit the GIV website for more information.


Bulk green waste collection

Click below to view the collection schedule for your area.

Green waste collection schedule

For bulk green waste we collect

Up to 1.5 metres in length and 300 mm in diameter:

  • Tree and shrub prunings.
  • Stumps and logs.
  • Untreated timber.

Please stack branches with cut ends facing the road.

We do not collect for green waste

  • Bags/boxes of garden waste or grass clippings.
  • Dug out lawn, sand and soil materials.
  • Manure and animal droppings.
  • General bulk rubbish (tyres, furniture, white goods etc), mattresses, e-waste.
  • Commercial waste.

Use our Waste disposal guide for more information about ways to responsibly dispose of your unwanted items.

Please note: We do not service vacant lots, commercial properties, reserves/parks and properties not receiving a domestic rubbish collection service. 

If you need to dispose of your green waste outside of your green waste collection date, you can take it to Wangara Greens Recycling Facility. This facility is open on the weekend and most public holidays.

Tree lopper services

The City of Wanneroo is aware that some tree loppers have been advertising directly to residents that green waste collections are commencing in their suburb soon.

Please be aware that the City of Wanneroo does not have commercial agreements or relationships with tree loppers or any other contractors in relation to green waste collections. The City will not return for tree loppings placed on verges after the collection service has been through the area. Please ensure you are aware of the City's collection dates in your area and have all your green waste out for collection within specified guidelines.