- Narrows Bridge Public Toilet
- Old Mill Public Toilet
- Mends Street Jetty Public Toilet
- Scented Gardens Public Toilet
- Windsor Park Public Toilet
- Richardson Park Public Toilet
- Coode Street Public Toilet
- Clydesdale Reserve Public Toilet
- Hurlingham Road Public Toilet
- Ernest Johnson Reserve Public Toilet
- Comer Reserve Public Toilet
- Como Beach Public Toilet
- Neil McDougall Park Public Toilet
- Manning Community Centre Public Toilet
- Waterford Foreshore Public Toilet
- George Burnett Park Public Toilet
- Register or sign in. Before you can provide your feedback online, you will need to create a username and password for Your Say South Perth. If you have already registered, you can sign in here. Registration only takes a moment and it will make it easier for you to stay in the loop and get involved in future projects.
- Use the mapping tool to comment on specific toilets or suggest locations for additional public toilets.
- Share photos of great public toilets you’ve seen. You can also ‘like’ or comment on others’ suggestions.
- Ask us a question about the project.
- Hard copy surveys are available at the South Perth Civic Centre and South Perth and Manning libraries.
Why is the City developing a Public Toilet Plan?
of the City’s existing toilets are old, no longer fit for purpose and do not
meet requirements for a fully inclusive community. As a recommendation from the Community
Recreation Facilities Plan endorsed by Council in 2019, the Public Toilet Plan
will provide a framework that delivers a consistent, cost efficient and fit for
purpose structure. It will be based on
high level principles informed by community and stakeholder engagement.
What public toilets do we currently have?
There are currently 16 public toilets within the City of South Perth, operated by the City. Click on the links to view each of these toilets on the mapping tool.
What’s happening with the Neil McDougall Park public toilet?
In 2019 the City engaged architects to develop a design for the Neil McDougall Public Toilets. The project is now subject to funding approval. Funding will be sought as part of the 2020 Council annual budget process.
What are Exeloos/automated toilets?
An automated toilet is a self-cleaning facility, with electronically controlled doors. The City has a number of automated toilets in various locations. Exeloo is a company brand of automated toilets.
How can I provide my feedback?
There are lots of different ways you can get involved and tell us what you think.
Do I need to register before I can participate in the online activities?
Yes, in order to participate in the online activities, you must register on Your Say South Perth and create a username and password. Registration only takes a moment, and it will make participating in future projects and online engagement easier in the future.
If you have already registered, you can sign in here.
If you’d prefer not to do this, you can complete a hard copy survey (available at the South Perth Civic Centre and South Perth and Manning libraries) or email your feedback to email@example.com.
How will my feedback be used?
All feedback received will be analysed and interpreted, and used to inform the draft Public Toilet Plan, which is a high level strategic document with overarching principles and objectives. The draft Plan will go out for public comment in the first half of 2020, and it is anticipated to go to Council for final adoption mid year. Following this, a number of operational and implementation plans will be developed, which will contain more detailed information, especially regarding community feedback.
How can I ask questions about the project?