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Abandoned Trolleys

How to report an abandoned shopping trolley

An abandoned shopping trolley is an unattractive sight that most residents would rather not see in their suburb. If you spot an abandoned trolley anywhere, there’s a few options for having it removed.

If you can identify which company owns the trolley, the most efficient and effective way to report is directly to the company using the following details to have it collected. Many companies have a 24 hour collection requirement for their collection agents and reporting it directly to the company will speed up the retrieval time frame.

Coles – all locations
Telephone: 1800 876 553
Online: https://www.coles.com.au/customer-service/abandoned-trolley

Woolworths – all locations
Report to Trolley Tracker:
Telephone: 1800 641 497
Online: http://www.trolleytracker.com.au/Report

Foodland – Sefton Plaza
Telephone: 8169 3200
Online: https://www.seftonplazafoodland.com.au/contact-us/

Foodland – Prospect Plaza
Telephone:  8344 6746
Email: prospect@foodlandsa.com.au

Foodland – Collinswood
Online: https://www.drakes.com.au/trolleyfinder/

Bunnings – all locations
Telephone: 1300 554 777

Target – all locations
Telephone: 1800 163 900

Kmart – all locations
Telephone: 1800 876 553

If you are unable to identify which company owns the trolley, please report to Council via Request a Service or call us on 8269 5355. An officer will attend to identify who owns the trolley, and then report accordingly.