Stonnington Skip Hire

When you live in an area with so many different things to do, why would you want to waste your time dealing with rubbish? That’s why Trailer Trash makes cleaning up your junk in Stonnington as easy as possible.

We have 3m3, 4m3 and 6m3 bins to suit all your rubbish disposal needs. We make it easy by bringing the bin to you, and then taking it away when you’re finished. Rather than being delivered by big trucks, our skips are delivered by smaller vehicles, meaning that they are more portable and can be put in tricky places where regular skips can’t go. Our skip bins are also have lockable lids, meaning that rubbish won’t be blown all around Stonnington. This also means you won’t end up with a collection of your neighbours‘ rubbish.

Call us on 1300 887 274, contact us online, or get a quote to book your affordable, efficient and environmentally friendly mobile skip bin today!

Want to know more about Stonnington?

The City of Stonnington is a Local Government Area of Melbourne. It is made up of inner south-eastern suburbs, between 3km and 13 km from Melbourne’s centre. The city covers an area of 25km2 and includes the suburbs of South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor, Toorak, Armadale, Kooyong, Glen Iris, Malvern and Malvern East, which are some of Melbourne’s most affluent and coveted suburbs.

Stonnington was named after Stonnington mansion, built in 1890 for one of the founding partners of Cobb and Co. He named the house after his wife’s hometown in Connecticut. Stonnington, like other LGAs in metropolitan Melbourne, was formed by the merging of multiple cities, particularly Malvern and Prahran, in 1994. The Malvern Town Hall was renamed the Stonnington City Centre and became the headquarters of the new Stonnington City Council.

Stonnington has a population of over 100,000, and given its small size relative to other LGAs in Melbourne has some of Melbourne’s most dense residential living. The western part of Stonnington, around South Yarra, Prahran and Windsor was part of the River Yarra flood plain and much of the area was covered by swamps and creeks formed from the run-off from the Malvern Hills to the East. The Albert Park Lake is a remnant of the original flood plain.

Stonnington’s northern border is the Yarra River and Gardiner’s Creek, its eastern border is Warrigal Road, its southern, Dandenong Road and Queens Way, and Punt Road is its western boundary.

Suburbs in Stonnington:

  • Armadale
  • Glen Iris
  • Kooyong
  • Malvern
  • Malvern East
  • Prahran
  • South Yarra
  • Toorak
  • Windsor