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Wollongong Waste and Resource Recovery Park 


Reddalls Road, Kembla Grange


Weekdays              7.30am - 4.30pm

Weekends              8am - 4pm

Public holidays        8am - 4pm

Good Friday            8am - 4pm

Christmas Day        CLOSED


Payment Options:

Council's Wollongong Waste and Resource Recovery Park accepts cash, EFTPOS cards and credit cards only. Cheques are not accepted.

Too many bottles, boxes and paper?

Check out the Revolve and Recycling Centre at Wollongong Waste and Resource Recovery Park at Kembla Grange. It's free to drop off recyclables including glass and plastic bottles, steel and aluminium cans, cardboard, paper, car batteries, scrap metal, gas bottles, fire extinguishers and even waste oil (eg. sump oil, engine or lubricating oils).  Just turn right prior to the weighbridge.

Too good to throw away?

You can avoid the landfill fee and give reusable items a second home by donating them to the Revolve Centre. Items in good working order are accepted at the discretion of the Revolve staff including furniture, sporting and camping goods, toys, blankets, cutlery, crockery, lawn mowers, tools, electrical items and appliances, and select building materials. It's also a great place to find a bargain.


Removal of Carbon Price

Council has removed the carbon price from general waste disposal gate fees at Whytes Gully. To find out more about the impact of the repeal of the carbon price scheme, click here.



What's new at Wollongong Waste and Resource Recovery Park?


The Revolve and Recycling Centre (pictured above) has been relocated to the right of the weighbridge. Now residents can drop off any reusable household items as well as recyclable items without going over the weighbridge, making it easier to sort and save.


Acceptance of all items is at the discretion of the Revolve Centre operator. For more details of what can be dropped off for free at the Wollongong Waste and Resource Recovery Park please see the Waste Management Fees and Charges brochure.


Helensburgh Waste Depot - closed on 30 June 2012

Customers who used the Helensburgh Waste Depot can use Wollongong Waste and Resource Recovery Park at Kembla Grange. It’s open from 7.30am-4.30pm weekdays and from 8am-4pm on weekends.

Residents can drop off excess recyclable items that don’t fit in their residential recycling bin at Wollongong Waste and Resource Recovery Park for free. An additional green waste bin* can be delivered to manage excess residential green waste. We also encourage residents to sign up to one of the Wollongong Botanic Garden Discovery Centre’s composting workshops.

You can also use Council’s On-Call Household Cleanup Service to pick up televisions, computers, tyres and mattresses at a time that suits you.  Simply book on line www.wollongong.nsw.gov.au or phone the Waste Hotline on 1300 362 360. Please note, placing excess garden waste outside of your property boundary or in bushland is illegal dumping and penalties apply. To report illegal dumping contact Council on 4227 7111.

*Fees and charges apply.

Rehabilitation of Helensburgh Waste Depot

Council has had its proposed Closure Plan for the former Helensburgh Waste Disposal Depot site approved by The EPA.

Council is progressing the delivery of the closure plan and rehabilitation in accordance with best practice environmental standards.

Demolition or Building Waste

Wollongong Waste and Resource Recovery Park is not permitted to accept builders' wastes for landfill disposal including mixed soils, concrete, bricks, tiles, platerboard, wood waste and general mixed builders waste. 

To arrange the disposal of demolition waste or building waste, please refer to the Yellow Pages under 'Waste Reduction and Disposal Services' in order to find a company most suited to your needs. 

If you're looking for information on asbestos see our Asbestos waste section.

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