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Donate to The Smash Room: Transform Your Unwanted Items into Unforgettable Experiences.

At The Smash Room, we believe in giving unwanted items a second life. Instead of discarding your old belongings and paying for hard rubbish or tip fees, contribute them to a unique cause that contributes to mental health benefits for so many people.Β 

What can I donate?

We welcome a variety of items that can be safely used in our smash rooms, including:

  • Crockery (dishes, plates, bowls)
  • Glassware (glasses, vases)
  • Electronic equipment (keyboards, monitors, televisions - even broken TV's!)

Items we cannot accept:

For safety and practical reasons, we are unable to accept:

  • Furniture
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Very large or heavy items
  • Plastic items or general rubbish
  • White goods (refrigerators, washing machines)

How to Donate:

Have a broken TV or a set of old crockery? You can easily drop off these items at our locations. Simply leave them near the main entrance of any of our venues.

If you frequently find yourself with items that fit our needs, consider becoming a regular donor. Contact us to arrange for a recycling tub and schedule regular pickups (weekly or fortnightly) at your convenience.

Keilor East:
Factory 1, 60 Keilor Park Drive, Keilor East VIC 3033

57 Cochranes Road, Moorabbin VIC 3189

Your contributions not only support our unique entertainment experience but also promote a more sustainable approach to disposing of unwanted items.


Questions or Arrangements?

If you have questions or need to arrange a donation, please don't hesitate to reach out. Email or call us, and we'll be more than happy to assist you.

Join us in our mission to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary! Your donations are not just items; they're integral parts of an unforgettable experience at The Smash Room.

Our smash rooms provide a safe and fun environment for stress relief and entertainment, and your donations play a crucial role in this experience, allowing us to continue to provide our services to people who need it most.