Kerbside Waste Collection Calendar by Day – Mainland

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Searchable Calendar

A searchable version of the Kerbside Collection Calendar is available CLICK HERE

This service allows you to type in your street address and find out your collection day and schedule.

Please note that this calendar will show collection schedule to end of June 2018 ONLY while updates for the new financial year are being undertaken. This online calendar may also be offline for short periods during June to allow for uploads of new collection schedules.

Printed Calendars

Printed calendars are issued via Australia Post unaddressed mail annually each financial year and will be delivered to local post office boxes, letterboxes and collection points from 18 June 2018 .  Additional copies of the calendar will be available from Monday 25 June 2018 at local stores and Council offices.

Delayed Collections

Waste collections will occur as usual on all public holidays that fall on week days for the 2018/2019 financial year – please confirm all kerbside collection swith the 2018-2019 Kerbside Bin Collection Calendar

MAINLAND -EXCEPTIONS are Christmas Day Tuesday 25 December 2018 and New Years day Tuesday 1 January 2019 – no collections on these days. All kerbside collections will occur one day later in these weeks. Example – Christmas Day Kerbside  Collection will be on Wednesday 26 January 2018 and so forth, for both the week of Christmas and New Year on the mainland..

KANGAROO ISLAND EXCEPTION – Christmas Day Tuesday 25 December 2018 – no collection on this day. All kerbside collections will occur one day later in this week.  Example – Christmas Day Kerbside Collection will be on Wednesday 26 January 2018 and so forth but only for this single week on Kangaroo Island.

Collection may also be delayed where extreme and catastrophic fire danger ratings are issued by the South Australian Country Fire Service. Residents should leave their bins out until collected.