Kew Depot recycling drop-off centre

31-35 Hutchinson Drive, Kew (Melway 45 B2)

See this information on our printable Kew Depot sustainable transport options sheet below.

Please note the Kew Depot only accepts paper, cardboard, plastics (code 1 to 7), glass bottles and jars, aluminium and steel cans. No general waste or green waste will be accepted.

Cycling and walking

  • There are two off-road cycling and walking paths (the Yarra Trail and Outer Circle Trail) which go near the Kew Depot.
  • There are also dedicated on-road bicycle lanes that will take you to the Kew Depot, like Yarra Boulevard, Studley Park Road and Kilby Road.
  • A number of informal cycling routes take you to the depot including those along Princess Street, Willsmere Road, Belford Road, Walpole Street, Barry Street, Heidelberg Road, Barnard Street, Kellett Grove, Wills Street, Malmsbury Street, Derby Street and Park Crescent.

Trams

A number of trams go to Kew Junction including:

  • Box Hill – Port Melbourne (Route 109)
  • North Balwyn – City (Route 24)
  • North Balwyn – New Quay Docklands (Route 48)
  • Melbourne University – Kew via St Kilda Beach (Route 16).

Catch any of these trams to the Kew Junction, and then walk 1 minute to the intersection of Walpole/High Street and take Bus 609 to the Kew Depot.

Buses

City – Doncaster Shoppingtown (Route 203)

Get off on Princess Street and walk north for a few minutes to Hutchinson Drive and the Kew Depot.

Templestowe Shops – City (Route 313)

Get off on Princess Street and walk north for a few minutes to Hutchinson Drive and the Kew Depot.

Box Hill – City (Route 315)

Get off on Princess Street and walk north for a few minutes to Hutchinson Drive and the Kew Depot.

Kew – Fairfield (Route 609)

Get off at the corner of Princess Street and Earl Street and walk down Princes Street for 2 minutes until you reach Hutchinson Drive and the Kew Depot.

Buses to Kew Junction:

Catch the following buses to Kew Junction:

  • Bus 200: City – Bulleen – Doncaster Shoppingtown
  • Bus 201: City – Doncaster Shoppingtown
  • Bus 205: Melbourne University – Doncaster Shoppingtown via Kew Junction
  • Bus 207: City – Doncaster Shoppingtown – Donvale.

From Kew Junction, walk north along Princess Street for 10 to 15 minutes until you reach the depot, or catch bus 609 from the intersection of Walpole and High streets.

Visit the PTV website for public transport information, including timetables, route information and the Metlink Journey Planner.