The Manildra public toilets don’t have flush buttons, nor chains, but a wire and rope instead
This is claimed to be the oldest flushing toilet in Australia. It’s located in the Imperial Hotel in the Blue Mountains town of Mt Victoria, and most likely manufactured sometime between 1900-1910 by Royal Doulton.
* Also be sure to check out the post on Hopkins Hall to hear about another historic old toilet!
I came here as part of the Great North Walk from Mt Kuring-Gai to Berowra but there was no access to the restrooms at Mt Kuring-Gai railway station. There were no others around for miles either.
On a side-note though, along my walk I chanced to pass this delightful cluster of mushrooms 🙂
Some leafy public toilets around Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains. This one was at the township near the carpark:
And this one was at the Conservation Hut, close to the the starting point for numerous bushwalks:
Oh and why not – here’s the falls themselves!
As the label says – great 21st present. Only $59
At Darcy’s Old Wares in Lucknow, NSW
Be careful of the snakes at the toilets of the CSIRO Radio Telescope in Parkes!
Colonel Sanders watches you from across the cubicle at this public toilet block in Manildra, NSW