Dan from Toilography went to Ravenswood, North Queensland, and saw a classic Aussie thunderbox outside an historic miner’s site. Take a tour of the town’s attractions, pubs & toilets, and you’ll even get to meet Woodie, a true Aussie character!
The awesome Aboriginal art mural on the outer walls of the toilet block at the top of Castle Hill, in my hometown of Townsville
Went for a cuppa today at the Harveys Range Heritage Tea Rooms, famous for being the oldest building in North Queensland
Toilets at Marlin Bar are that way, oh and while you’re at it here’s how to tie a noose
Anyone want to teach me to surf? Surprise visit to my home town of Townsville! See how many cool loos I can find here over the next 10 days. This one is at Longboard Bar & Grill
I gave it a good hard pull! At the Mates4Mates building in Townsville, North Queensland.
Welcome to Ravenswood, North Queensland. Located around a 130km drive from Townsville, this once-bustling gold mining town today boasts an official population of merely 191. I visited with my parents on this gloriously warm & sunny day; we had lunch at one of its two pubs before taking a quick look around its dusty rural roads. A visit to the Historic Miner’s Home from 1868 left me with some photos of this amazing old outhouse:
Here’s a view of the whole site; the outhouse is at the back right of the frame:
I’d previously visited Ravenswood around 5 years beforehand and also took a couple of pics of the outhouse – this was before Toilography even existed! It was a little less dry back then:
It’s well worth a visit to Ravenswood if you’re ever in the area for a true laid-back, ghost town experience.