McRobies Gully Waste Management Centre (The Tip)
The McRobies Gully Waste Management Centre (The Tip) is located at McRobies Road, South Hobart.
You can contact us on 03 6238 2581. In the case of unexpected closures, an announcement will be published at the top of the website for the duration of the closure.
The City of Hobart is preparing for life without its own landfill, and has set a target date of 2030 to cease the operation of the landfill at McRobies Gully in South Hobart. The City has developed the Waste Management Strategy 2015-2030(PDF, 3MB) to implement significant waste reduction actions and programs with the primary aim to achieve zero waste to landfill.
Normal Opening hours
|Monday to Friday
||7.30 am – 4.15 pm
|Saturday to Sunday
||10 am – 4 pm
||10 am – 4 pm
|Christmas Day, New Years Day and Good Friday
Fees and charges
For all tip fees and charges please refer to our Fees and Charges page.
As of 1 July 2022 a Tasmanian State Government Landfill Levy will apply to all waste to landfill in Tasmania.
The Government has set the levy at $20 per tonne. Landfill operators are required to charge the Levy to landfill users and provide the funds collected to the Government.
In Hobart this will occur at the weighbridge at McRobies Gully Waste Management Centre and customers will notice an increase in landfill fees, in particular:
- an additional $20 per tonne on the standard charge for general mixed waste
- an additional $2 charge on the minimum light vehicle general mixed waste charge.
Some waste categories will not be subject to the Levy including green waste and recyclable materials such as steel, cardboard and glass containers. For these products the City will not be applying any levy component.
The levy will be used to fund recycling and resource recovery infrastructure and programs across Tasmania, and lead to more resource recovery and less landfill.
To minimise the impact of the levy, separate your waste, use the various recycling and re-use avenues available such as your kerbside recycling and FOGO, the recycling facilities at the waste transfer station, and re-usable and recyclable items accepted by the Tip Shop.
For more information on the Levy, please visit the Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania website.
Good Neighbour Agreement
The City and the South Hobart Community have developed a Good Neighbour Agreement for the McRobies Gully Waste Management Centre.
The Agreement aims to replicate the process of being good residential neighbours, including things like keeping noise down, having properties looking neat and tidy, good open and honest communication, and looking out for each other. The City has held meetings, presented at public forums, and attended South Hobart events to field any questions the community has about the Waste Management Centre.
For more information please see the Good Neighbour Agreement(PDF, 1MB).
Good Neighbour Agreement report cards
Good Neighbour Agreement performance report card 2017/18(PDF, 283KB)
Good Neighbour Agreement performance report card 2018/19 and 2019/20(PDF, 716KB)
Good Neighbour Agreement performance report card 2020-21(PDF, 564KB)
Good Neighbour Agreement performance report card 2021-22(PDF, 219KB)
As part of the Good Neighbour Agreement, the City keeps a range of data in relation to the operation of the McRobies Gully Waste Management Centre, including vehicle movements to the site and water quality monitoring.
Traffic movements report(PDF, 447KB)
Water monitoring results(PDF, 2MB)