Yes, Australia has its very own [url=http://www.toiletmap.gov.au/]National Public Toilet Map[/url] – maintained by the government !!
Thanks to our very own Bronny Bishop (Federal Minister for Aged Care), we now have a comprehensive map which “identifies the location of more than 13000 public toilet facilities in Australian towns and cities, including rural areas, and along major travel routes. Useful information is provided about each toilet, such as opening hours and access for people with a disability.”
It does sound very corny at first, but it actually has a very serious purpose …
The Public Toilet Website will be useful for a range of reasons. Members of the general public and tourists wishing to identify the nearest public toilet locations should find the Map and Website useful.
People living with incontinence or their carers can plan toilet locations for short or long trips and people with disabilities can identify toilets with disability access.
Yes, but do they give important information like if you need to take your own toilet paper? This is important stuff! Some of those isolated dunnies on the Adelaide/Broken Hill/Sydney road don’t have loo paper! And those that do use “water proof” paper! Handy Hint #1: Always take toilet paper with you!