Access to clean, well-maintained public toilets in suitable locations is important to almost all of us. Poor facilities or no facilities where they are needed can limit where we go or how long we can spend in public places like parks and shopping centres. Some of us, particularly the elderly, those with young children or people with health challenges, may be less active than we would like if there is nowhere suitable ‘to go’.
Our public toilets are designed to meet a range of needs and are located in popular spots around the city.
Where are public toilets in Glenorchy and what hours are they open?
You can find out where our toilets are located and the hours they are by clicking here. This also shows the facilities provided in each location (wheelchair access, baby change facilities, etc.).
You can also find out where other toilet facilities are (that are not provided by the Council, such as shopping malls and libraries) on the National Public Toilet Map.
Public Toilet Strategy
In January 2020, Council adopted a 10-year Public Toilet Strategy for the Glenorchy municipality. To develop the strategy, Council carried out 2 rounds of community consultation and conducted assessments of our existing public toilet facilities. We also looked closely at the city's public toilet requirements for the next 10 years.
Questions, complaints and praise
If you would like to let us know of any issues with public toilets or would like to say something nice about them, or just have a general question, feel free to call our helpful Customer Service staff on (03) 6216 6800, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or use our online ‘Contact Us’ form.
All our toilets are open from 8.30am to 6pm, except for Claremont War Memorial Hall and Montrose Bay Reserve which are open 24 hours.