Australia’s Scenic Public Toilets #26 – Five Rivers Lookout, Wyndham, Western Australia
|Western view from Five Rivers Lookout, Wyndham, Western Australia|
|Southern View – Five Rivers Lookout, Wyndham, Western Australia|
And being lookouted-out is a known syndrome. Well … ALMOST!
|Northern View, Five Rivers Lookout, Wyndham, Western Australia|
And with not one, but TWO scenic public toilets, Western Australia’s northernmost town Wyndham immediately scoots to the top of Australia’s most scenic public toilets list.
Set amongst some of most spectacular and unusual scenery in Australia, Wyndham’s vista includes the magnificent escarpments of the Cockburn and Bastion ranges, vast river floodplains, tidal salt flats, wetlands, billabongs, mangrove swamps and two 7-9 metre tides per day.
|Five Rivers Lookout Amenities, The Bastion Summit|
And despite being ~100 km from the coast, the Gulf’s killer combination of tropical waters, incoming river flows, massive tides and remote location makes it ideal for fishing.
Perhaps it’s fitting that the meeting place of the Ord, Pentecost, Forrest, Durack and King rivers offers a choice of two amenities blocks – the view is so extensive it’s impossible to fit into one photograph.
|Red Circle marks Jetty Loo Location, Cambridge Gulf, Wyndham|
Mix business with pleasure at the unobtrusive lookout loo, in the barbecue area behind the lookout carpark, with one of the best outlooks in Australia; or at the jetty loo slap-bang in the middle of the Five Rivers Lookout panorama.
|Sunset over Cambridge Gulf, Five Rivers Lookout, Wyndham, Western Australia|