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National Conference on Incontinence

Public toilet locations across Australia

The National Public Toilet Map shows the location of more than 19,000 public and private public toilet facilities across Australia. This is useful for people with incontinence, travellers and convenient for people with young families.

Using the Trip Planner function, you can plan your journey and locate toilets you can use along the way. Details of toilet facilities are available along major travel routes and for shorter journeys as well. Useful information is provided about each toilet, such as location, opening hours, availability of baby change rooms, accessibility for people with disabilities, MLAK access and the details of other nearby toilets.

The Master Locksmiths Access Key (MLAK) is an innovative system that enables 24/7 access to a network of public toilets for people with a disability or bladder or bowel condition. The MLAK master key opens all toilet facilities equipped with an MLAK lock, and can be ordered using our MLAK order form.

What does the National Public Toilet Map do?

The Toilet Map provides:

  • the location of the nearest public toilet 
  • details of opening hours, accessibility, parking and other features 
  • a way to plan short and longer journeys and locate toilets along the way, and
  • the ability to save toilet information and trip plans.

How do I use the Map?

You can access the map anytime via the National Public Toilet Map  website or by downloading the Toilet Map app on your smartphone.

You can:

  • browse the Toilet Map in a particular State / Territory
  • search for toilets by postcode, town or suburb, near a specific address or location such as a sports ground, or
  • plan a trip with the Trip Planner and enter your starting and end address to get a turn by turn description for the quickest route and the toilets along the way.

The National Public Toilet Map is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health as part of the National Continence Program. It is a joint initiative with the Australian Local Government Association, representing councils across the country who provide information for the Toilet Map on public toilets.