Public Toilet Strategy

Consultation has concluded

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Earlier this year we engaged a consultant to talk with people using our public toilets, review our network and develop a Public Toilet Strategy.

We're asking the wider community to review the draft strategy and share their thoughts by 2 August 2017.

The Public Toilet Strategy will provide guidance to Council on the future provision, development and maintenance of public toilets as well as levels of service and financial sustainability.

The draft strategy has been developed by analysing the current provision of public toilets and future population growth needs before determining appropriate levels of service for the provision, development and maintenance of our public toilet network.

Take a look at the draft Public Toilet Strategy to see what guidelines are recommended for:

  • number, location, accessibility, size and type of public toilet to be provided;
  • facility and asset standards which will drive new and renewal capital programs, depreciation schedules and developer guidelines; and
  • the level of service to which public toilet facilities should be maintained and operated


Share your thoughts!

Take a look at the draft document online, at our libraries or in the Civic Centre and let us know what you think about it. There are a number of ways to share your thoughts by 2 August 2017:


For further information contact Rachel Forte (Senior Asset Officer - Buildings) on 4868 0893 or Kylie Stefaniuk (Assets Admin Support) on 4868 0889 (Tue-Wed).

We need your views on loosGender neutral toilet sign

Earlier this year we engaged a consultant to talk with people using our public toilets, review our network and develop a Public Toilet Strategy.

We're asking the wider community to review the draft strategy and share their thoughts by 2 August 2017.

The Public Toilet Strategy will provide guidance to Council on the future provision, development and maintenance of public toilets as well as levels of service and financial sustainability.

The draft strategy has been developed by analysing the current provision of public toilets and future population growth needs before determining appropriate levels of service for the provision, development and maintenance of our public toilet network.

Take a look at the draft Public Toilet Strategy to see what guidelines are recommended for:

  • number, location, accessibility, size and type of public toilet to be provided;
  • facility and asset standards which will drive new and renewal capital programs, depreciation schedules and developer guidelines; and
  • the level of service to which public toilet facilities should be maintained and operated


Share your thoughts!

Take a look at the draft document online, at our libraries or in the Civic Centre and let us know what you think about it. There are a number of ways to share your thoughts by 2 August 2017:


For further information contact Rachel Forte (Senior Asset Officer - Buildings) on 4868 0893 or Kylie Stefaniuk (Assets Admin Support) on 4868 0889 (Tue-Wed).

  • CLOSED: The opportunity to make a submission concluded 2 August 2017.

    Share your thoughts about the draft Public Toilet Strategy

    You’re invited to provide a formal submission about the draft Public Toilet Strategy

    The deadline for receiving public submissions is 2 August  2017.

    Please review the draft strategy in the Library and provide your feedback below.

    All submissions will be considered by Council prior to the adoption of the final plan.

    All responses will be recorded for reporting to Council however personal details will not be included and confidentiality will be maintained. 

    You’re invited to provide a formal submission about the draft Public Toilet Strategy

    The deadline for receiving public submissions is 2 August  2017.

    Please review the draft strategy in the Library and provide your feedback below.

    All submissions will be considered by Council prior to the adoption of the final plan.

    All responses will be recorded for reporting to Council however personal details will not be included and confidentiality will be maintained. 

    Consultation has concluded