Transfer Stations

Our Transfer Stations will reopen fully during Alert Level 2 to those who have made an online booking.   Bookings for the transfer stations will be available from 8.00am - 4.20pm Monday to Sunday. 

Transfer Station Locations

Queenstown Transfer Station

110 Glenda Dr
Frankton
Queenstown 9371

Open: 8.00am – 5.00pm, 7 days a week.
Closed: Christmas Day, New Years Day, Good Friday and the morning of ANZAC day.
Phone: 03 348 5126

Wanaka Transfer Station

Ballantyne Rd,
Wānaka 9343

Open: 8.00am – 5.00pm, 7 days a week.
Closed: Christmas Day, New Years Day, Good Friday and the morning of ANZAC day.
Phone: 03 348 6125

Please note that large loads (for example truckloads or large skip bins) or loads unable to be processed through the compactor, being presented for disposal at our Transfer Stations will be considered on a case by case basis and may be rejected.  If this occurs, our transfer station operators will discuss other disposal options with you.   

Costs

Cost to dispose of rubbish at the Transfer Station.

These charges are inclusive of GST.  Please note we do not accept cash.  

Item/s Cost
Single refuse bags $5.00
Cars / small loads (lighter than 100kg) $20.00
Van / Ute / Trailer / Large Vehicle (lighter than 200kg) $42.00
Per tonne $245.00
Green waste/mulch small load $7.00
Green waste/mulch trailers/vans/utes (under 200kg) $14.00
Per Tonne of green waste $70.00
Hazardous Waste - up to 20kg or 20 litres, flat fee $10.00
Hazardous Waste - greater than 20kg or 20 litres, per kg up to a max 100kg or 100 litres $10.00
Tyres per tonne $438.00
Tyres - per std car tyre $5.00
Tyres - per std truck tyre $20.00
Cleanfill per tonne $80.00
Scrap metal per tonne No charge

Transfer Station Account Application

If you are a business and you'd like to set up an account to regularly use the Transfer Station, please complete the application form below and send it to:

QLDC,
Private Bag 50072
Queenstown 9348

or email it to debtors@qldc.govt.nz 

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