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Abandoned shopping trolleys

Shopping trolleys left unattended or abandoned outside shopping centre complexes are not only an eyesore, they can become a hazard to pedestrians and road users.

Trolleys that end up in our waterways can cause environmental harm and may lead to localised flooding as they block natural water flows.

Our Rangers work closely with retailers and trolley collector companies to overcome these problems by:

  • Identifying problem areas
  • Improving trolley collections
  • Educating the public on the problem
  • Impounding trolleys when needed.

Report a trolley

Trolleys are the property of the store they are from and need to be reported to the correct company for collection, please take note of the company name on the trolley you wish to report.

Coles, Kmart or Target Trolleys

Woolworths, Big W or Dan Murphy's Trolleys

ALDI Trolleys

Other Branded Trolleys

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