COVID-19 Information Updates

Phase 4 easing of restrictions will commence on 27 June 2020. The Town is reviewing how best to do this in Mosman Park. Some community areas require detailed review before decisions can be made. This is for health, safety and legal reasons. Click this banner for categories with questions and answers. For the most current information, visit
And don't forget to complete the Community Resilience Scorecard! State and Local Governments are working together to map community resilience and priorities to help local communities like ours to recover and thrive following the COVID-19 outbreak.
Complete the Community Resilience Scorecard by Friday July 3. Visit



What Goes in Which Bin?

By now, all properties in Mosman Park will have a red-lidded regular waste bin and a yellow-lidded recycling bin.  

For larger properties (400m² or larger), they also have a lime green-lidded bin for green waste.

What rubbish goes in which bin?

In your red bin:

  • food waste
  • non-recyclable materials
  • green waste (for properties that do NOT have a lime green-lidded green waste bin)

**please note that the Town will conduct a bulk waste collection of both green waste as well as junk and appliances, beginning Monday 14 October.  For details click here

In your yellow bin

  • Recyclable materials including paper and cardboard, steel and aluminium cans (rinsed out), plastic bottles (rinsed out, with lids removed - lids go in your regular waste bin) and glass.

When does which bin get collected?

For a full, comprehensive guide to how the introduction of the three-bin system will affect you and your property, click here.

For answers to your most Frequently Asked Questions about the new service, click here.

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