To assist with fire prevention in the district, Adelaide Hills Council organises a number of free green organic drop off days throughout the year.
Council recognises that a number of residents are actively practising social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic by staying home. Knowing that working in the garden is a popular activity during this time, we have arranged for a number of additional free green organics drop off days to assist with this.
All drop off days are conducted from 9am – 4pm. Proof of residency required.
|Sunday 5 April 2020||Gumeracha, Woodside, Heathfield|
|Saturday 18 April 2020||Gumeracha, Woodside, Heathfield|
|Sunday 19 April 2020||Gumeracha, Woodside, Heathfield|
|Saturday 2 May 2020||Gumeracha, Woodside, Heathfield|
|Sunday 3 May 2020||Gumeracha, Woodside, Heathfield|
|Wednesday 6 May 2020||Gumeracha, Woodside, Heathfield|
|Saturday 23 May 2020||Gumeracha, Woodside, Heathfield|
|Saturday 13 June 2020||Gumeracha, Woodside, Heathfield|
Service will be cancelled if a Catastrophic or Extreme Fire Danger Day is declared by the CFS.
Clean residential green organics including grass clippings, prunings, leaves, small branches (up to 100mm diameter), and burned vegetation up to 100mm in diameter. Loads are limited to a 7×5 trailer per visit (no limit to visits made).
Commercial or truck loads of materials, waste or hard rubbish, or proclaimed weeds including Rose, Poplar, Blackberry, Gorse, Olive, Bridal creeper, Kikuyu, Couch, and Bamboo. These can be disposed of at the Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre for a fee.
Drop off locations:
5 John Fisher Avenue
10 Tiers Road
Resource Recovery Centre
32 Scott Creek Road
For official updates about the COVID-19 pandemic we recommend that residents consult the Department of Health.
For updates about how COVID-19 is affecting Council services, and to join the community conversation, visit our Hills Voice: your say portal.