About the Toilet Map
The National Public Toilet Map (the Toilet Map) shows the location of more than 16,000 public and private public toilet facilities across Australia. Details of toilet facilities can also be found along major travel routes and for shorter journeys as well. Useful information is provided about each toilet, such as location, accessibility details, opening hours and features like sharps disposal and baby change.
The Toilet Map is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services as part of the National Continence Program.
What does the Toilet Map do?
The Toilet Map improves independence and quality of life for the estimated 3.8 million Australians who are affected by incontinence. It provides:
- the location of the nearest public toilet
- details of opening hours, accessibility, parking and other features
- the capacity to plan toilet breaks for short or long journeys
- the ability to save toilet information and trip plans
- access from tablets and mobile phones
It is also convenient for people with young families and those holidaying or travelling to new locations.
How do I use the Toilet Map?
Find toilets. Search by town or suburb, near a specific address, location, or by postcode.
Plan a trip. By entering a start and end address you can get turn-by-turn directions for the quickest route and details of toilets along the way.
My Toilets saves trip plans or favourite places with the locations of the nearest toilets for future use.
If you require further information relating to the National Public Toilet Map or to find an accessible toilet near you, please click here.
The Toilet Map is also available on your mobile device at toiletmap.gov.au or you can download the official National Public Toilet Map iPhone App from the iTunes App Store.
Information sourced from The National Public Toilet Map – A Project of the National Continence Program