Wasteless Pantry is all about helping you to live a fuller yet less wasteful life by providing you with bulk groceries, personal as well as home goods and reusable containers.

Winners of the Mundaring Chamber of Commerce

New Business of the Year Award and

Overall Business of the Year Award for 2015!!!!

We are about promoting the zero waste ideals of Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rot (and only in that order).

This is mainly achieved by adapting the way you shop to:

  • eliminate disposable packaging,
  • source food locally and sustainably,
  • be more community minded, and
  • only buying what you need.

Wasteless Pantry is set in the beautiful Perth Hills in Mundaring.  The store retails bulk groceries and whole foods, dry and liquid.  This includes coffee beans, loose tea, nuts, baking goods, gluten free, organic foods, personal hygiene and cleaning basics.  Also offered are a range of eco friendly reusable containers, produce bags and other products that support the zero waste ideal.

We will be there to help you every step of the way.

Keen to see our products list? Take a peek at our bulk foods and reusable containers list

Not sure where to start?  Check out our hints and tips pageblog posts or Facebook updates!

Want to know what it will be like to visit the store?  Watch our informative BYO Container video & 9 Ways to Shop at Wasteless Pantry

Want to know the events that triggered the store’s creation?  Read about How it all Started

Did you know we are a recycling point for aluminium single use coffee pods, batteries, ink cartridges, dental products & mobile phones?  Pop in and we will show you!

Changing the world one pantry at a time,

Amanda & Jeannie


Things people are saying about us already…

A true asset to the hills!!!

The idea is a fantastic one and I wish you all the best in getting it up and running successfully. I would most definitely shop there!

Super excited for this! Have heard great things!

How soon can you do it?!!

This could be a nice way to build community – harking back to days of old all part of the slow food momentum.

I think you are ‘right on the money’ with this type of business in Mundaring. I used to go to Fremantle to shop this way, but it was too hard from the hills area. We desperately need this kind of shopping here.

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