Posted: August 4, 2013 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Graffiti, Melbourne, Public Toilets | Tags: bradley manning, graffiti, melbourne, obaba, wikileaks
Free Bradley Manning: some Wikileaks-inspired political graffiti in this cubicle at Melbourne’s Flinders St Station
Posted: August 4, 2013 Filed under: Antique Toilets, Australian Toilets, Melbourne, Prison Toilets | Tags: cistern, gaol, history, jail, melbourne, old melbourne gaol
The cisterns at the police watch house adjacent to the Old Melbourne Gaol were operated by officers from outside the cell. If any of the cellmates caused trouble, the toilet would’t be flushed for a few days as a form of punishment.
Posted: August 3, 2013 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Melbourne, Outdoors, Public Toilets, Toilet Art, Touristy Toilets | Tags: beach, brighton, brighton bathing box, brighton beach, dendy beach, melbourne, mural, toilet art
Some Brighton Bathing Boxes depicted on the walls of the loo at Dendy Beach, south of Melbourne
And just for good measure, here are some actual Bathing Boxes on the beach itself… they’re so bright & colourful!
Posted: August 2, 2013 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Melbourne, Tiles, Toilet Art, Toilets at Bars & Pubs | Tags: comic, comic strip, drunken poet, irish, melbourne, toilet art
A comic strip toilet at the Drunken Poet, an Irish pub just behind the Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne
Posted: August 1, 2013 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Graffiti, Melbourne, Toilets at Restaurants | Tags: chinatown, dirty, dumplings, graffiti, melbourne
The gritty toilet at the Shanghai Village Dumpling House in Melbourne’s Chinatown district
Posted: July 31, 2013 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Melbourne, Tiles, Toilets at Hotels, Urinals | Tags: headlines, melbourne, newspaper, urinal
The Melbourne headlines on display at the Mercure Treasury Gardens
Posted: July 11, 2012 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Interesting Signs or Graffiti, Melbourne, Toilets at Bars & Pubs | Tags: boatbuilder, melbourne, protection, sunscreen
A dispenser in the mens room at The Boatbuilders Yard. Why would you need protection from something that doesn’t exist in Melbourne?