Village and Rural Waste
The village and rural waste transfer stations are provided for the use of local residents who do not have a three-bin or two-bin collection service.
There a five stations; located in Ballimore, Eumungerie, Geurie, Stuart Town, and Toongi. Stations operating on scheduled hours will not be opened on Good Friday or Christmas Day.
OPENING HOURS AND LOCATIONS
|Ballimore Transfer Station
||Lot 124 Golden Highway, Ballimore
||Sunday 10am to 4pm
Tuesday 1pm to 4pm
|Eumungerie Transfer Station
||Lot 7010 Kingsley Road, Eumungerie
||Sunday 1.30pm to 4pm
Wednesday 1.30pm to 4pm
|Geurie Transfer Station
||214 Comobella Road, Geurie
||Sunday 10am to 4pm
Thursday 1pm to 4pm
|Stuart Town Transfer Station
||83 Mookerawa Road, Stuart Town
||Saturday 10am to 4pm
Tuesday 1pm to 4pm
|Toongi Transfer Station
||Toongi Road, Toongi
||Sunday 9.30am to 12pm
Wednesday 9.30am to 12pm
GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY
- The transfer stations are provided for the use of local residents and identification checks will be conducted
- Loads in excess of 1 cubic metre are not accepted at any Rural Waste Transfer Station
- Bike and Car tyres are accepted, not other tyres are accepted at any Rural Waste Transfer Station
- Appropriate enclosed footwear is worn at all times ie: no thongs
- You must comply with any lawful direction of the site supervisor; refusal is an offence
- Alcohol is prohibited
- Riding on the back of any vehicle is forbidden
- A 10km speed limit applies at all times
- Children must be under adult supervision at all times
- No scavenging (this includes searching amongst discarded material for the intention to reuse). Minimum penalty is $600
- All dogs must be on a leash or kept in the vehicle at all times
- Car parts are not to be removed from dumped vehicles
- It is an offence to place rubbish inside car bodies
- All loads must be covered; uncovered loads will be refused entry or a penalty of $650 may be imposed
- Tipping vehicles are required to separate their load
Please separate all loads into the following:
- Metal Steel, steel frames & chairs, tanks, drums, bikes, wire & netting (posts to be removed), fridges etc excluding timber, household rubbish, brick and rocks
- Household General household rubbish
- Hardfill Bricks, concrete, timber, beds, furniture, dirt etc.
These facilities are available to accept low quantity residential waste only; loads in excess of 1 cubic metre, such as large or enclosed trailers, trucks and commercial or industrial waste are not accepted at any Rural Waste Transfer Station.
FEES AND CHARGES
The cost for visiting a waste facility differs depending on how much rubbish you have, and what you're disposing. Council's Fees and Charges (PDF3.1MB) show all costs that can be charged at waste facilities.
You may wish to pre-determine the price you will pay before visiting a centre, however Council advises that staff of waste facilities will have final say on the classifications of products you are presenting with.
Outlined below are the disposal costs for accepted items. Please note, not all waste items are available to be disposed of at all stations.
- Mixed Waste (all stations)
- $10.00 - Car or equivalent - sorted mixed waste and recycling
- $14.00 - Car or equivalent - mixed waste
- $22.00 - Utility or small single axle trailer - sorted mixed waste and recycling
- $31.00 - Utility or small single axle trailer - mixed waste
- Green waste - clean with no traces of mixed waste (Ballimore, Geurie and Stuart Town stations only)
- $18.00 - Utility or small trailer - up to 1 cubic metre
- Tyres (all stations)
- $7.00 each - All bike tyres
- $10.00 each - Car tyres
- $11.00 each - Additional charge - any tyre on a rim
- Mattresses (all stations)
- $12.00 - Single bed - per mattress
- $22.00 - Double bed and larger - per mattress
- Bulky domestic furniture (all stations)
The disposal of the following recyclable items where segregated on delivery are free:
- Scrap metal (Ballimore, Geurie and Stuart Town stations only)
- Whitegoods, degassed (Ballimore, Geurie and Stuart Town stations only)
- DrumMuster Drums, empty and rinsed clean (Geurie station only)
- Old TV's and other domestic e-waste, household quantities only (Geurie station only)
- Used motor oil, household quantities only (Ballimore, Geurie and Stuart Town stations only)
- Domestic mixed recycling - paper/cardboard, steel, plastic, aluminium, glass containers (all stations)
Dubbo Regional Council provides residents with one free visit to a Council waste facility under a Tipping Voucher scheme. Council's Tipping Vouchers are digital, which means that when you arrive at a waste facility you’ll be required to provide proof of address so we can process your free visit. Find out more at Council's dedicated webpage Tipping Vouchers.
Illegal dumping is the unlawful deposit of waste, larger than litter, onto land or into water. It includes waste materials that have been dumped, tipped or otherwise deposited onto private or public land where no licence or approval exists to accept such waste. Illegal dumping at one of Council's waste facilities can be reported through Council's dedicated webpage Pollution and Illegal Dumping.
Last Edited: 03 Jul 2023