Automatic public toilets
To find local public toilets, search the National Public Toilet Map, which provides accessibility details and opening hours.
These automatic facilities are open 24 hours a day:Hyde Park (North and south)Belmore Park (near Central Station)Wynyard ParkWard Park (Surry Hills)Circular Quay (Alfred Street)Fitzroy Gardens (Kings Cross)Joynton Park, Tote Park and Nuffield Park (Zetland)
After each use the toilet bowl and floor is cleaned and disinfected automatically. Instructions on how to use the automatic toilets are clearly displayed, also in Braille. Audio instructions are also available.
Each toilet visit is capped at 20 minutes with an alarm sounding well before the door opens. Though it is rarely needed, there is an emergency button linked directly to the facility operator.
Additional public toilets
Many more public toilets in the local area aren’t managed by the City of Sydney and can usually be found at:
- major shopping areas
- train stations
- other public venues, such as the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Download below a map of public toilets in the local area. You can also download more information about accessible toilets in the city centre.
Last updated: Friday, 25 October 2013