Central Coast Waste Facilities

Central Coast Council provides 2 waste disposal facilities for recycling, recovery, reuse and disposal of waste on the Central Coast.

Waste and Recycling can be taken to Woy Woy Waste Management Facility located in the southern end of the Central Coast and Buttonderry Waste Management Facility in the north. Both facilities are open seven days a week except on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday.

COVID UPDATE

In line with current NSW Health Orders, the Buttonderry and Woy Woy Waste Management Facilities are open for tipping seven days a week from 7am-4pm – Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays and
8am- 4pm – Saturday, Sunday and public holidays. When visiting Councils waste facilities the following requirements are in place:

  • Please stay at home if unwell
  • Check in using the QR codes at the inbound weighbridges
  • Wear a mask while onsite and practice social distancing between customers and staff
  • Unload your own vehicle, other customers and staff are unable to assist
  • Pay using EFTPOS if possible.

Providing a safe environment for our customers and our team is Council’s priority.

Our COVID-19 information area details all impacts to Council services, facilities and programs as well as the local response to coronavirus.


Buttonderry Waste Management Facility

Address: 850 Hue Hue Rd, Jilliby
Phone: 4350 1320

Hours of operation:
7am-4pm – Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays
8am-4pm – Saturday, Sunday and public holidays
Closed on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday

Community Recycling Centre: Some common household problem waste items are accepted at the Buttonderry Waste Management Facility Community Recycling Centre for free.

Woy Woy Waste Management Facility

Address: Nagari Rd, Woy Woy
Phone: 4342 5255

Hours of operation:
7am-4pm – Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays
8am- 4pm – Saturday, Sunday and public holidays
Closed on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday

Visit the Council’s Website for information on accepted items, fees and charges.

Important update on Kincumber Waste Management Facility

Following a thorough review of its operations and infrastructure, the decision has been made to close Kincumber Waste Management Facility site as a waste transfer station. Council will reassess the site for alternate uses and keep the community updated throughout the process.

Residents can still responsibly dispose of their waste at the Woy Woy and Buttonderry facilities or take advantage of Council’s comprehensive domestic waste bulk kerbside collection service. Households are entitled to 6 bulk kerbside collections per year, which reset annually on 1 February and can be used general and bulky household items, as well as garden and vegetation. To learn more and to book, visit our Bulk Kerbside Collections page.