Waste dumps and tips around Melbourne?

Years ago when we needed to dump lots of household rubbish we went to a rubbish tip in Donvale. It became a housing development years ago.

Does anybody know if tips still exist in Melbourne? Need one soon.

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I have used the Banyule Transfer station to dump junk. It's in Ivanhoe. (officially Bellfield).

Banyule Transfer Station

Corner Waterdale Road and Banksia Street,
Bellfield VIC 3084
Telephone: 9490 4222

Weekdays 7.30 am to 3.00 pm
Weekends 7.30 am to 12.00 noon
Closed Good Friday, Anzac Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day
Charges


Rubbish & Green Wastes - $17.00 car boot load or $37.00 per cubic metre.
Rubble - $30.00 car boot load or $59.00 per cubic metre.
Car Tyres - $2.00/$6.00 with rims.
4WD or Truck Tyres - $ 6.00 4WD tyre or $12.00 truck tyre.
4WD or Truck Rims - $ 7.00 4WD rim or $18.00 truck rim.
Car Bodies - $54.00
Motor Oil (Used Oil) - up to 10 litres no charge, 10 cents per litre after that.
Mattresses - $15.00
Computer Monitors - $10.00
Refrigerators - $10.00
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CommunityMan 2yrs+
The Darebin Resource Recovery Centre accepts rubbish which is not suitable for regular household waste collection. They take
General hard waste
Green waste (please keep separate from other waste)
Scrap metal, tyres and motor oil
White goods
Mixed rubble, clean concrete and timber
Clothing

Resource Recovery Centre
Kurnai Avenue (off Henty Street), Reservoir
Melway Map Reference: 18 C6
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You can also use the Whitehorse transfer station

Whitehorse Recycling and Waste Centre is located at:

Burwood Highway (opposite Morack Road)
Vermont South, Victoria 3133
Telephone: 9262 6236


Monday to Sunday 6.30 am to 4.00 pm
(Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day)
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Kelli 2yrs+
There is also one in Kensington (City of Melbourne).

http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/info.cfm?top=63&pg=762
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RogerWilko 2yrs+
Hi, there is knox transfer station in Cathies lane Wantirna South 3152, and Lysterfield transfern station on Wellington road in Lysterfield.
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I recently used a landfill/tip at Rye for those on the Mornington Peninsula. It's on Truemans Road. You can dump truckloads of waste there.
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KaTra Nov 24, 2015
It can be annoying when you only have a small amount of items to dispose. Recently I needed to dispose of a mattress sometimes the business you purchased the new mattress from will take the old one away, if not it can create a problem. I discovered this service dedicated to mattress and bed removal, a great option if you only have a bed to dispose and you don't own a car and trailer.

Melbourne Mattress and Recycling
0477 507 968
Pricing for first piece $40 within our standard service area, second piece: $30 and thereafter $25 each.
http://melbournemattressrecycling.com.au
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