Shopping trolleys

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The issue of abandoned trolleys is a collective responsibility – between Council, local residents, shopping centre managers, shoppers and retailers.
Abandoned shopping trolleys should be reported directly to the appropriate owner of the trolley or their nominated collection service provider. Here are some useful contacts:

Coles

Lindfield
Phone:
9416 7496

Turramurra
Phone:
9449 4582

Harris Farm St Ives

Phone: 9394 3262

Woolworths and IGA

Website: www.trolleytracker.com.au

Phone: 1800 641 497 

Abandoned shopping trolley policy

We have a created a policy to provide a guide for Council staff, retailers, developers and the community on how to manage shopping trolleys so as to reduce trolley abandonment.

See Council's policy on Abandoned Shopping Trolleys  (pdf. 913KB)

Personal shopping trolleys

One great alternative to shopping trolleys is to use a personal shopping trolley bag with wheels, available from many discount variety stores for around $20.

This is very convenient for those who may not have a car and have to carry a lot of groceries home and are good for the environment as you can do away with plastic bags.

They fold down, are lightweight and can carry a full load of groceries.

 personal shopping trolley