{Christmas Prizeapolooza 2017} Its bin a great year

One of the things that many people don’t realise about living in the country is that it isn’t always as easy as just putting your bins on the curb on a Monday night and finding it magically empty the next morning and that’s where our mates at Rural Bin Service come in.

Offering a general waste and recycling collection to rural residents and businesses in our local area they are a fabulous family run business. 22528580_1411567262291007_1998753455942025231_o

Owned and operated by husband and wife team Shelly and Michael Ovenstone they have years of local knowledge and business experience. Their business came about when they moved to a small acreage “out of town” in 2015 and quickly realised there was a real need for a regular waste collection service. So with the ‘sometimes’ help of their 3 children they turned that need into a successful business.

Rural Bin Service has grown exponentially in a short time and have gone from delivering about 250 kgs of recycling per fortnight to on average:

– 700-800kg per weekly

– 1.5 Tonne per fortnight

– 3 Tonne per month

By the time 2017 is finished they will have delivered well over 25 Tonne of recyclable material in one year!! It is their target to deliver over 35 Tonne in 2018.

Rural Bin Service is also the only one in the state that have a split unit truck that allows the collection of general waste and recycling at the same time!

They also stock this BRILLIANT product called Bin Bomb Product which eliminates odour and keeps those horrid flies away! This amazing product will actually make your bin smell nice! and shock horror – it actually works!! You can purchase Bin Bomb from their facebook page in 1kg, 4kg and 10kg tubs.  23795102_1447872268660506_2667286411943534793_nSo if your little nest is out of council waste collection range then contact the friendly team at Rural Bin Service today!

| Phone:  0431 721 858 |

| Email: – contact@ruralbinservice.com |

| Website:  – www.ruralbinservice.com |

| Facebook: @RuralBinServices |

treeline4The fabulous team at Rural Bin Service  are spreading the Christmas cheer and giving one very lucky nester a $100 Buy Local card and a 1kg tub of Bin Bomb Product (valued at $35).

To be in the running all you have to do is be a ‘liker’ of Rural Bin Service on facebook as well as The Central Nest’s facebook page and like the ORIGINAL competition post on our facebook page.

Remember to ‘tag’ a friend and ‘share’ the post for an additional entry.

Winner will be drawn 5pm (AEST) Wednesday 20 December 2017.

To see the full terms and conditions go here -> Christmas Prizeapolooza 2017 Rules



{Girl Crush Tuesday} Smith & Jones

We have some pretty hard girl crushes. These are the types of ladies that stamp their style on the world. They are the type of people that will always be remembered and little girls grow up wanting to be. They are women of substance. Women that make the world a better place. Happy Girl Crush Tuesday everybody.line4

Today is filled with double the love as we salute the beautiful due Smith & Jones.

Smith & Jones are a whimsical duo who play music that doesn’t quite fit the mould but perfectly creates a blend of country, folk and jazz.

Sophie Jones and Abby Smith knew their friendship was gold once they met at record shop and bonded over a love of classic country and blues. Blending a fantastic attitude and undeniable talent the duo created Smith & Jones and have been since performing at numerous venues all over the state.

Their unstoppable talent has led them to being nominated as Young Australian’s of the Year in 2015 and more recently had the duo at number One on Country Music Radio!

When you watch Smith & Jones perform you are transferred to a magical place of harmony and soul. Their music is powerful and beautiful and really shows how brilliant Australian musical talent can be.

Thank you Smith & Jones for showing our little girls that dreams really can come true and we really can be rock stars.

smith & jones

{This is Life} City versus Country

Our gorgeous friend Elisha of All Wrapped Up has put together a wonderful article on City versus Country.

She is a former Bathurst girl and now lives in glamorous Melbourne and has compiled a list of the good and bad and you can read the result here… -> City versus Countrycity v country

Happy reading Nesters!

{Locally Found} This weekend is time for Millthorpe Baby!

This Sunday the fantabulous Millthorpe Markets are back!!

Kicking off at 8.30am and only needing a gold coin donation it is the place to be!

Grab the fam-bam and head out for a nice Sunday drive to lil’ ol’ Millthorpe!

See you there Nesters!

{Love birds] Who says romance in the Central West is dead?

Who says romance is dead in the Central West?

Check out what one very lovely fella did for his lady.marry

You can find the full story here -> Western Advocate ‘Farmer sows the seeds of marriage’

Congratulations to the happy couple.