Australia’s Scenic Public Toilets #2

Last Updated on March 13, 2017 by Red Nomad OZ

Kata Tjuta, Central Australia, Northern Territory
Kata Tjuta, Central Australia, Northern Territory

Regular readers may notice a theme developing with my Scenic Public Toilet series (click HERE for #1 if you missed it)?! It’s no coincidence that my first two favourites are surrounded by rocks as these are some of the most scenic spots in Australia.

But … at Kata Tjuta (also known as the Olgas) near Uluru (Ayers Rock) I was struck by the incongruity of the view (see left) and the location of the public toilet block for the first time!

The scene from the conveniences is jaw-droppingly amazing, with one of Kata Tjuta’s best photo opportunities from directly out front.  That’s why you can’t see the amenities in this photo.

Kata Tjuta view from the Loo, Northern Territory
Kata Tjuta view from the Loo, Northern Territory

But this shot shows just how close you can get to one of Australia’s best loved natural wonders while doing your business …

Of course the toilet block is at the edge of the picnic area, so you can enjoy the view even more while eating your lunch!

FAAAABULOUS, isn’t it?

Stay tuned for more scenic wonders in my next post!

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  1. Hi Nikki! Thanx for dropping in!! The Tarkine toilets sound fantastic – will visit Tassie one day and check them out. Happy travels!!

  2. As a senior traveller, checking out the local amenities seems to be a habit of mine too. 🙂 I liked the ones at Tarkine Forest Park in Tasmania. They overlook Dismal Swamp from a great height and the wall is all open grill. A true loo with a View.

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