If the first rubbish collection point you visit is full, please be responsible and either take your rubbish with you or head to the next rubbish collection point. Do not leave your rubbish on the ground. 

Rubbish Collection Points 

Ardrossan - bin bank on West Terrace
Burners Beach  - bin bank at campground 
Corny Point - bin bank on Dairy Road
Edithburgh - bin bank on Sultana Point Road
Gleesons Landing - bin banks at campground
Maitland - bin bank at town oval
Marion Bay - bin bank at Community Hall
Minlaton – bin bank at town oval
Warooka – bin bank at oval
Yorketown – bin bank at Weaners Flat Reserve

Bush Campground

     Closest Bins & Collection

The Gap
The Bamboos
Tiparra Rocks
Barkers Rocks
Port Minlacowie
Len Barker Reserve
Burners Beach
      Burners Beach (or continue to Warooka, Minlaton or Yorketown)
Gravel Bay
      Corny Point 
Swincer Rocks
      Corny Point 
Gleesons Landing
      Gleesons Landing (or continue to Warooka, Minlaton or Yorketown)
Daly Head
      Marion Bay 
Foul Bay Boat Ramp
      Marion Bay 
Foul Bay
      Marion Bay 
Sturt Bay
Mozzie Flat
Goldsmiths Beach
Wattle Point 














Why aren’t there bins in all campgrounds?

  • Bins attract rodents, feral cats and foxes – which are unwelcomed visitors in campgrounds and the fragile coastal environment.
  • It has also been found that when bins are provided at the campground, rubbish piles up next to the bins and often ends up scattered along the shore and in the ocean. The rubbish left behind damages the environment, poses danger to our native animals and is unpleasant for subsequent visitors.
  • To protect our coastline and campgrounds, most bin facilities have been located away from the coastline. The chosen rubbish collection points locations are also accessible by service vehicles, making collection possible and more frequent.
  • Only 2 campgrounds (Gleesons Landing and Burners Beach) have bin banks at the actual ground. These were established well before the current Bush Camping system and have been allowed to remain. The other campgrounds are serviced by numerous bin banks and skip bins placed seasonally. See above list. 

Visitor Information

Yorke Peninsula Council acknowledges the Narungga (traditionally spelled Nharangga) people, the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Yorke Peninsula and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.
Yorke Peninsula Visitor Information
8 Elizabeth Street, Maitland, South Australia 5573
T: 1800 202 445   E: info@visityorkepeninsula.com.au


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