Felix HotelPosted: April 27, 2019 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Sydney, Toilets at Hotels, Toilets With Nice Views Leave a comment
A loo with a view at Felix Hotel in Mascot, Sydney
Abandoned toilets at Castle HillPosted: April 20, 2019 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Broken Toilets, Outdoors, Regional Queensland Leave a comment
Late at night my brother and I paid a visit to a side of Townsville’s Castle Hill that neither of us had been to before. Instead of heading up the usual Castle Hill Road, we ventured to a little-known entrance in Garbutt and had fun exploring some old abandoned, graffiti-clad rooms close to an old disused quarry, dotted around the hill’s southern incline.
I was amused to come across what must have once been a block of toilets, who knows how many decades ago. All that remains today were a couple of footprints of where the crappers used to be, and some piping which appeared to have some toilet paper stuffed inside.
Here’s one of the other abandoned rooms I was talking about, covered in local tags:
VIDEO: Toilography visits Cricketers Arms & Midnight Special in SydneyPosted: December 15, 2018 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Graffiti, Sydney, Toilet videos, Toilets at Bars & Pubs Leave a comment
Dan from Toilography dropped by Cricketers Arms and The Midnight Special in Sydney to see two of the cities coolest graffitied washrooms!
The toilets next to the rowdy beer garden at Cricketers Arms, Surry Hills, were truly a sight to behold:
In the middle of Sydney’s Newtown is the Midnight Special, a lively & fun neighbourhood bar with an emphasis on good food, drink and live blues/rock music. Named after the 1934 Lead Belly tune, the restrooms here are just as rock ‘n’ roll as the song:
VIDEO: Toilography visits RavenswoodPosted: September 2, 2018 Filed under: Australian Toilets, North Queensland, Outdoors, Outhouses, Toilet videos, Touristy Toilets Leave a comment
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!
Aboriginal art at Castle HillPosted: April 1, 2018 Filed under: Australian Toilets, North Queensland, Outdoors, Public Toilets, Toilet Art Leave a comment
The awesome Aboriginal art mural on the outer walls of the toilet block at the top of Castle Hill, in my hometown of Townsville
Heritage Tea RoomsPosted: August 18, 2017 Filed under: Antique Toilets, Australian Toilets, North Queensland Leave a comment
Went for a cuppa today at the Harveys Range Heritage Tea Rooms, famous for being the oldest building in North Queensland
Bosun’s NoosePosted: August 15, 2017 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Interesting Signs or Graffiti, North Queensland Leave a comment
Toilets at Marlin Bar are that way, oh and while you’re at it here’s how to tie a noose
Will surf for hot chicksPosted: August 10, 2017 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Interesting Signs or Graffiti, North Queensland, Toilets at Restaurants Leave a comment
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
Toilet in a treePosted: February 27, 2017 Filed under: Abandoned Toilets, Australian Toilets, Outdoors, Regional Queensland, Toilets With Nice Views Leave a comment
Hey so my brother sent me this pic of a random toilet he found in a tree in an outback Queensland ghost town 😂🌲🚽
And as a bonus, here’s a loo in an abandoned house he found in the same town:
Train line shittaPosted: August 15, 2016 Filed under: Australian Toilets, Outdoors, Outhouses, Regional Queensland, Toilets With Nice Views Leave a comment
Here’s a different one! So my brother works for the railways in western Queensland and for my birthday he took this pic of a ‘train line shitta’ 😄 Best birthday photo ever, thanks bro! 🚽🚂💨