On-demand Bulky Kerbside Collection Service

By choosing us, you are moving closer to a socially and environmentally responsible waste removal.

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What we do

what we do

Divert your waste from landfill

Start your eco waste management journey with FLEXiSKiP. We offer a practical, local skip bag solution for home DIY project, garden or shed clean-up, or general rubbish removal.

Within 2 business days

Delivered to your door

What we offer

what we offer

FLEXiSKiP Pickup

When your FLEXiSKiP is full, it’s time to get it collected. You can request your collection at anytime, weekends included.

Request anytime

Weekends included

Within 3 business days

Collection for disposal

How it works

Using Your FLEXiSKiP

How it works

Unpack when you are ready to use

Let’s grab your FLEXiSKiP out of its satchel (it’s super light) and lay it out flat, ready to be filled.

Service Details

Collection acceptance items

What we take

Soft furnishings and large furniture

Like cupboards, couches, desks, drawers and even the dog house.


Such as timber, lino and those ugly retro tiles which have lasted the test of time.

Soft flooring and mattresses

Rugs, carpet, mattresses and air mattresses; we'll take them all.

Household Waste

From kitchen scraps to old newspapers, we handle all types of household waste.

Green Waste

Light garden waste including shrubs, grass clippings twigs etc.

Electrical items

Microwaves, fridges, washing machines, toasters and more.

What we don't take

Food or putrescible items

Any type of food and putrescibles (likely to decay, spoil or putrefy).


Any types of batteries and mobile phones including batteries from vehicles.


Items such as paint, oils, solvents, poisons, chemicals and concrete.


Asbestos, insulation, empty chemical containers, fibro sheets and tyres.

Glass and mirrors

Any kind of glass and mirrors including the ones from vehicles or tableware.

Items outside the FLEXiSKiP

Our drivers will not pickup any item outside of the FLEXiSKiP. Council may consider these items to be rubbish illegally dumped on public land.

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