To help slow the spread of the coronavirus, Council is taking a number of public health precautions including closing many of our facilities. In addition, many Council events and activities are cancelled. Please visit our COVID-19 page to see what is impacted and for more details about how coronavirus is impacting Randwick City.
Dealing with needles and syringes
Abandoned needles and syringes pose a huge health risk especially in areas where children might pick them up - such as outside schools or in public parks. Randwick City Council encourages residents to report any sharps as quickly as possible.
Needles and syringes found in public places
If you have found a needle or syringe in a public place, please contact the Needle Cleanup Hotline on 1800 633 353, or call our call centre team on 1300 722 542.
Public disposal bins
Many local businesses provide community sharps disposal bins in public toilets and restrooms. Sharps disposal bins are often found in service industries such as entertainment, hospitality and accommodation and in major retail centres.