Brisbane City Council's kerbside collection services have been postponed until July 2022.
Waste vouchers will be delivered to every Brisbane household, including tenants, from 1 July 2020 to help residents dispose of household items.
Other resource recovery options
Council encourages you to look for other resource recovery options for your large household items, to contribute to a cleaner, greener city by reducing landfill.
Council tip shops
Council's tip shops in Acacia Ridge and Geebung sell quality secondhand items donated by residents through Council's resource recovery centres. The tip shops are operated by the Endeavour Foundation and all proceeds support people with disabilities. Donating to tip shops is free when using Council's resource recovery centres.
Donate useable items
To help reduce landfill, donate household items in usable condition to friends or family, a local charity, or reuse and recycling organisations. The organisations below can help you reuse and recycle large household items.
GIVIT is a national not-for-profit organisation connecting those who have, with those who need, in a private and safe way. The GIVIT online service lists everyday items urgently needed by someone in the community. It connects you to trusted charities to make a difference to somebody's life. You can donate useable household items. Visit the GIVIT website for more information.
Charitable Recycling Australia
Charitable Recycling Australia is the peak organisation for Australia’s charities and charity op shops. Clothing, furniture, household and workplace goods are recycled to provide for the disadvantaged and fund vital community welfare programs. Visit the Charitable Recycling Australia website for more information and a list of organisations accepting donations.