Residents of Jamboree Ward, you may now start sorting through your unwanted stuff and prepare for the return of kerbside collection. The service will resume a year earlier than originally planned and the schedule for pick-up has been confirmed.
In Jamboree Ward, kerbside collection will return on August 2021 so take note of the following dates:
|9 August 2021||Jindalee|
|16 August 2021||Oxley|
Seventeen Mile Rocks
|30 August 2021||Darra |
In April 2020, Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner announced that regular kerbside collection for large household disposals will be temporarily cut off until July 2022. The mayor redirected the funds for this service to support economic measures to lessen the blow of the pandemic for small businesses, community groups, sports clubs and charities.
During the announcement of the 2021-2022 Council budget, Mr Schrinner confirmed that kerbside collection will be restarted in July 2021. Brisbane homeowners from other suburbs may look up their scheduled pick-up dates on the official site.
Residents are reminded that kerbside collection guidelines remain the same. Please only include the following acceptable items below as unacceptable items will not be picked up.
- bath and laundry tubs
- bicycles and sporting equipment
- carpet and rugs
- electronic waste (e.g. televisions and computers)
- furniture and white goods (e.g. fridges and stoves)
- small household appliances (e.g. fans and toasters)
- wood products less than 1.5 metres
Keep tabs on the collection updates via the Brisbane Bin and Recycling App.