If a skip bin is placed within your property boundary, no permit is required. Skip bins placed in public areas such as the road or nature strip generally require a permit to be obtained prior to placement. As each council differs in their requirements, we recommend you visit your local council’s website for more information. Failure to obtain a skip bin permit here necessary may result in a fine.
Council permits can be costly, so wherever possible we suggest for the skip bin to be placed within your property boundary. For this reason, it may be more economical to have two small bins within the property than one larger bin on public property - see our available skip bin sizes for more information.