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National Public Toilet Map

The National Public Toilet Map shows the location of more than 17,000 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, opening hours, availability of baby change rooms, accessibility for people with disabilities and the details of other nearby toilets.


To download the National Public Toilet Map dataset, you must agree to the following terms and conditions:

These are the terms and conditions (the Terms) upon which the Commonwealth of Australia represented by the Department of Finance and Deregulation (ABN 61 970 632 495) of Canberra A.C.T. (the Commonwealth, us, we or our as the context requires) makes available to you the Database referred to below. Your right to access the Database for the Permitted Purpose is conditional upon you first agreeing to the Terms. You may not access the Database if you do not accept the Terms.

By accessing the database you will be deemed to have accepted the Terms.

By accepting the Terms you warrant to us that you are of legal age and have capacity to form a binding contract with the Commonwealth.

Before continuing you should print or save a local copy of the Terms for your records.

1. Definitions

Commencement Date

means the date you accept the Terms (or are deemed to accept the Terms).


means the database (known as the National Public Toilet Database) owned by and provided on behalf of the Commonwealth including any updates provided by or on behalf of the Commonwealth, that records some or all of the following details for public toilets in Australia:

(a) toilet name;

(b) address;

(c) latitude and longitude;

(d) general toilet features;

(e) location;

(f) accessibility;

(g) opening hours;

(h) additional features (e.g. showers, baby change facilities etc);

(i) notes (e.g. coin operated showers etc).

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(b) design and build, or have designed and built on your behalf, any Derivative Products.


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2. Commencement

2.1 The Terms commence on the Commencement Date and continue unless and until terminated in accordance with clause 8.

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(a) no warranty is given that the Database is accurate, complete or fit for any particular purpose, including the Permitted Purpose; and

(b) you are responsible for and you accept all risks arising in connection with your access and disclosure of the Database; and

(c) we may cease to make the Database available (or cease to make updates to the Database) at any time.

5. Currency of data

5.1 If a purpose for which you access the Database is to assist people to locate or know the features of public toilets, you must update your copy of the Database and any Derivative Products as soon as reasonably practicable after an update to the Database is made available on the data.australia.gov.au website (or successor site).

6. Intellectual Property Rights

6.1 You acknowledge and agree that the Database represents the Commonwealthas exclusive property and that the Commonwealth owns any and all IPRs in the Database.

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7.1 You must ensure that if and when you make any Derivative Product available to third parties that you do so on terms that ensure users they understand that we do not guarantee, and accept no risk in respect of, the accuracy, currency or completeness of the Derivative Product.

8. Termination

8.1 We may by notice immediately terminate these Terms if you breach any obligation contained in these Terms.

8.2 In the event of termination of these Terms, you may continue to exercise your licensed rights in respect of your Derivative Products in existence prior to the date of expiry or termination but you have no right to access the Data

base for any other purpose (including to update your Derivative Products).

9. General Provisions

9.1 These Terms are governed by, and are to be construed in accordance with, the law of the Australian Capital Territory.

9.2 We may vary these terms at any time by reasonable notice to you.

Data and Resources

Additional Info

Field Value
Title National Public Toilet Map
Type Dataset
Language English
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia
Data Status active
Update Frequency monthly
Landing Page https://data.gov.au/dataset/553b3049-2b8b-46a2-95e6-640d7986a8c1
Date Published 2013-05-12
Date Updated 2018-12-02
Contact Point
Department of Health
Temporal Coverage 2013-08-01 - 2018-03-31
Geospatial Coverage Australia
Jurisdiction Commonwealth of Australia
Data Portal data.gov.au
Publisher/Agency Department of Health
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