The bush is not your bin. NPARC is currently running an awareness and education campaign to help reduce the amount of illegal dumping in the NPA. Did you know that the transfer station is free for all residents and is open daily. You can see the details below. While we know that dumping near your home may be convenient please support our community and take your rubbish to the Transfer Station.
If you see illegal dumping report it to council.
Northern Peninsula Area Regional Council received funding from the Queensland Government’s Litter and Illegal Dumping Partnerships Program.
NPARC Refuse Collection
Monday and Thursday
Seisia, New Mapoon and Injinoo
Tuesday and Friday
Bamaga and Umagico
Wednesday - Commercial properties
NPARC Transfer Stations
Umagico transfer station is open to the public
Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.45pm
Saturday 8.30am to 2.45pm + Sundays and Public holidays 2pm – 5pm
Injinoo landfill is closed to the public, open by appointment only.
The following public toilets are serviced by Council Waste Water staff every week:
Lui St Park, Bamaga
Alau Beach (Umagico)
Northern Peninsula Area Regional Council is pleased to continue to provide temporary toilets facilities at Pajinka (Northern most tip of mainland Australia) and Muttee Head.
The temporary toilets have been installed for the convenience of visitors to the area and to reduce the environmental and visual impact on the area from human activity.
Council has developed a schedule to pump out and clean the toilets and replace toilet paper. Visitors are asked to provide their own toilet paper where possible and also report any issues with the toilets to the NPARC office in Bamaga.
Council is also working towards the installation of permanent toilet facilities at Pajinka and Muttee Head, with these facilities expected to be completed during 2024.
Somerset Campground toilets are serviced by Land and Sea Rangers.
The Jardine River Ferry toilets are serviced by the ferry crew.