Return and Earn return points in Greater Sydney will reopen in stages. When open they can be accessed for returns in line with the latest Public Health Orders.

From 15 September 2021 return points in Blue Mountains, Camden, Canada Bay, Hawkesbury, Hornsby, Hunters Hill, Inner West, Ku-ring-gai, Lane Cove, Mosman, Northern Beaches, some suburbs of Penrith, Randwick, Ryde, Sutherland, Sydney, The Hills, Waverley, Wollondilly and Wollongong local government areas will commence reopening.

From 22 September 2021, some automated depots in Bayside, Blacktown, Canterbury-Bankstown and Liverpool local government areas will commence reopening. Please check online for details. 

From 29 September 2021 reverse-vending machines (RVMs) and OTCs in Bayside, Blacktown, Burwood, Campbelltown, Canterbury-Bankstown, Cumberland, Fairfield, Georges River, Liverpool, Parramatta, remaining suburbs of Penrith, and Strathfield local government areas will commence reopening.

Return points in regional NSW remain open.

Anyone visiting a return point must ensure they comply with the latest Public Health Orders including checking-in via the QR code displayed, wearing a mask, maintaining social distancing of a least 1.5 metres from others, and practice good hygiene.

We recommend checking the status of your nearest return point online or via the myTOMRA app before visiting and avoiding peak times where possible.

More information on how Return and Earn is responding to COVID-19 including details of our covid-safe measures is available here. 

RVM is currently closed.
RVM is currently closed.

Address

1 Tall Timbers Rd, Lake Munmorah

Hours

Monday 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
Tuesday 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
Thursday 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
Friday 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
Saturday 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sunday 7:00 am - 10:00 pm

About this Return Point

Service Level

Self-service

Containers

Ideal for up to 500 containers

Refund types

  • Paypal*
  • Voucher**

Donations

  • Yes

* PayPal is available via the MyTomra App

About Reverse Vending Machines

RVMs are self service machines for returning your containers.

Tips for your visit

Before you arrive:

  • Separate eligible plastic and glass containers to save time at the RVM.
  • Empty all liquids from containers.
  • If you intend to receive your refund via PayPal, download the myTOMRA app.

At the RVM:

  • Please consider nearby residence by returning your containers in an orderly manner.
  • Keep the RVM site clean and tidy.
  • Remember to take your ineligible containers home for kerbside recycling.

Upon arrival at the RVM, return your containers one by one into the plastic or glass chute. The machine will then read the container barcode and either accept or reject it based on its eligibility.

Container Eligibility

The majority of containers between 150 ml and 3 litres are accepted and can get you a refund. However, they must: not be crushed or broken, be fully empty and have the label attached.
  • Cans (e.g. soft drinks)
  • Bottles ( e.g. beer bottles)
  • Cartons (e.g. milk cartons)
  • Juice boxes or poppers
  • Any milk containers that are 1 litre or more
  • Glass wine bottles
  • Glass spirit bottles
  • Juice bottles over 1 litre
  • Cordial bottles

Donations

You have the option of gifting your refund to a Donation Partner. Donation Partners are chosen from a list of not-for-profit and community organisations that have applied to become donation partners. There can be up to four to choose from on the touchscreen of every Reverse Vending Machine. The recipients are rotated every three to six months so that all our Donation Partners receive equal benefit. Our current donation partners are featured below.
Become a donation partner

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How does Return and Earn work?

Collect eligible containers, take them to a return point and be rewarded for your efforts. It's that easy.

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What are my refund options?

Find the refund that suits you. This could be a redeemable retail voucher, an online transfer, cash or you may choose to donate.

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How can I make a larger impact?

As a school, community or business, you can have a larger impact simply by involving your group or organisation.

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