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Council Cleanup Dates and Information

Bookings and payments must be made by Friday 4.30pm the week before the collection period for your area (as shown in the dates below). Clean-up is only available to residents who have a council domestic garbage service.


Find below:

  • Dates for clean-ups in 2017
    • Summer (February/March)
    • Winter/Spring (August/September)
  • Items that can be included for clean-up
  • Items that cannot be included for clean-up

  • How to pay and book for your Council Clean-up


Winter/Spring 2017


A flat rate of $79.00 with 1% surcharge for credit cards applies for each collection and 2 cubic metres per household is allowed each six months.


 2017 Dates Clean-up Area

14th Aug – 18th Aug

Clean up underway for Mittagong/Welby.

21st Aug – 25th Aug

Clean up underway for Northern Villages.


Includes: Willow Vale, Braemar, Aylmerton
Yerrinbool, Colo Vale, Hill Top, Balmoral,
Berrima, New Berrima and Medway

28th Aug – 1st Sept

Clean up underway for Bowral/Burradoo.

4th Sept – 8th Sept

Clean up underway for Southern Villages.


Includes: Robertson, Fitzroy Falls, Burrawang
Bundanoon, Exeter, Penrose, Wingello and
Sutton Forest.

11th Sept – 15th Sept

Clean up underway for Moss Vale.


Summer 2018


A flat rate of $79.00 with 1% surcharge for credit cards applies for each collection and 2 cubic metres per household is allowed each six months.


 2017 Dates Clean-Up Area

5th Feb – 9th Feb

Clean up underway for Mittagong/Welby.

12th Feb – 16th Feb

Clean up underway for Northern Villages.


Includes: Willow Vale, Braemar, Aylmerton

Yerrinbool, Colo Vale, Hill Top, Balmoral,

Berrima, New Berrima and Medway

19th Feb – 23th Feb

Clean up underway for Bowral/Burradoo.

26th Feb – 2rd Mar

Clean up underway for Southern Villages.


Includes: Robertson, Fitzroy Falls, Burrawang

Bundanoon, Exeter, Penrose, Wingello and

Sutton Forest.

5th Mar – 9th Mar

Clean up underway for Moss Vale.



Included items


  • Old furniture (that can be handled by 2 people)
  • Dismantled ovens, not only does it make them lighter to lift but makes them safer, children can be accidentally locked in.
  • Metals for recycling
  • Sawn timber off cuts
  • Wrapped glass and mirrors
  • Broken toys
  • Old cutlery and crockery
  • Disassembled swings and outdoor climbing apparatus
  • Flower pots
  • Oil heaters (with the oil removed)
  • Mattresses

Put all your items out on the kerb the night before your collection is due in a neat pile. If other residents in your street are also participating in the clean up please keep your piles separate and distinct from each other. A neat pile may deter others from attempting to add to your pile!


Excluded items


Materials that cannot be collected as part of the clean-up may be able to be disposed of at the Resource Recovery Centre.


RRC Waste Disposal Guide (internal link)


Items that are not collected as part of Council Cleanup includes:

  • Fridges
  • Televisions and computer monitors
  • Household waste (eg food scraps, wrappers, etc)
  • Green waste
  • Domestic recycling
  • Demolition materials (fibro, roofing iron etc)
  • Bricks, concrete / builder’s rubble, rocks sand, soil
  • Chemicals and poisons, oil
  • Fencing wire
  • Gas bottles
  • Oil heaters (with oil still inside)
  • Car tyres, vehicle engines or parts, car batteries




How to Pay and Book for your Clean-up


Payments will be accepted up until 4:30pm on the Friday prior to your collection week.


Payment in Cash

Pay and Book at the Civic Centre, Elizabeth Street, Moss Vale


Payment by Credit Card

Phone (02) 4868 0888 and request to pay and book for Council Cleanup


Payment by Cheque

Phone (02) 4868 0888 and request to book for Council Cleanup. Advise you want to pay by cheque. When sending the cheque please ensure you include your name and address. The cheque must be made out to Wingecarribee Shire Council and sent to:

Customer Service

Wingecarribee Shire Council

PO Box 141

MOSS VALE NSW 2577




Last Updated: June 15th, 2017
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