Abandoned shopping trolleys

Shopping trolleys taken outside of shopping precincts can be hazardous and unsightly. Abandoned trolleys often:

  • obstruct the road or footpath
  • end up in waterways, causing build up of debris and restricting water flow

Report to the retailer

Retailers have systems in place to collect trolleys that have been removed from stores and car parks.

Residents and businesses are encouraged to report abandoned shopping trolleys to the relevant retailer in the following ways:  

Table showing list of retailers and their contact details
Retailer Contact
Aldi Report to Aldi via the Aldi online form

1st Choice Liquor Stores

Report to Coles via:

Bunnings 1300 554 777
Target 1800 163 900
Officeworks 1300 633 423
Kmart 1800 124 125
Big W
Dan Murphy's

 Report to Trolley Tracker via:

Your responsibilities

If you use a shopping trolley, it is your responsibility to ensure the trolley remains in the shopping centre precinct. Council may issue on-the-spot fines if you do not have a reasonable excuse for removing a trolley from a shopping centre precinct.

Last updated: 12 October 2021