Photos - Surprises - Toilets
It is good to see that there are still
some examples of Australian icons that have not been
This outside toilet and the rotary "Hills
Hoist" clothesline are in Denistone West.
Multiple choice question: Is this delightful
spot (a) a beer garden (b) the foyer of the Honolulu
Hilton or (c) a toilet?
Well done, although how would you have fared if this
section were not headed “toilets”? It’s
the eco-toilet block in the former armed services property
at Georges Heights.
If nature calls while you're walking Owen Street, Glendenning,
and you're fussy about what toilet you use, don't panic.
You can choose from flush toilets, builders' toilets, chemical toilets, Porta Loos,
Regular Super Loos, Fresh Water Flush Super Loos, luxury loos with a/c or whole ablution blocks.
Or, to simplify matters, just go behind the tree.
The lane off Russell Street, Granville, offers both
a ladies’ and gents’ toilet.
Jamisontown's Snowden Street toilet roll
I think I'll hold on for a while. Northcott Road, Lalor Park.
Most of us in Booth Street, Marsfield, have a lounge for watching the tele …
(See next photo)
… but what does Santa get?
(Also see previous photo)
Poplar Lane, Narraweena is popular for backyard dunnies.
There's a whole chain of them.
For wa(i)ter, press the button. Carlow Street, North Sydney