A Loo with a View – The Road Trip Edition

Round Australia Road Trip#32

Bush loos, city loos,

Practical or pretty loos,

Loos with info,

Loos with style,

With views like this,

you’ll take a while!



Victoria River, Northern Territory


Lake Argyle, Western Australia

Lake Argyle, Western Australia


Marlgu Billabong, Western Australia

Marlgu Billabong, Western Australia


Bungle Bungles, Western Australia

Bungle Bungles, Western Australia



Geikie Gorge, Western Australia


Windjana Gorge, Western Australia

Windjana Gorge, Western Australia


Shell Beach, Shark Bay, Western Australia

Shell Beach, Shark Bay, Western Australia


Port Denison Fishing Fleet, Western Australia

Fishing Fleet, Port Denison, Western Australia


Perth, Western Australia

Kings Park, Perth, Western Australia


Cape Bauer, Great Australian Bight, South Australia

Cape Bauer, Great Australian Bight, South Australia


Barrier Highway, New South Wales

Barrier Highway, New South Wales

Sometimes the view is on the loo.


Kununurra, Western Australia

And when there’s no loo

A tree will do!


De Grey River Free Camp, Great Northern Highway, Western Australia


51 thoughts on “A Loo with a View – The Road Trip Edition

  1. Fabulous!! I really like the loo with the art on it! When I was a kid an aunt still had a long drop down the back garden and you could sit on the loo and smell all her herbs and roses strategically planted both for privacy and aromatic value 🙂 Now that would have been a great shot!!

  2. Funny, cool, and sometimes beautiful. Love your last line. Orange trees are the best. You can hide under all the branches. My friend Sally told me it’s good for the tree. I don’t know if that’s true. Do you?

  3. Hubby is obsessed with loos with views so I’m showing him this post now 😀 The one at Windjana Gorge looks like the one at the Snowy Mountains (it had LOADS of flies) 😉 Great post xxx

  4. Loos and more loos, a must go to when travelling and with views like these you can sit and dream a while too on the loo. Now what about all the others with murals all over them, I bet you have a folder full of those too…

  5. I am so glad to know there are travelers who write about loos and poos…besides me!! Great, fun post. You’ve put some effort into visiting some wonderful loos, eh!

  6. It’s funny how when you travel, loos (location and condition) take on a whole new level of importance.

    I love the views for these loos (although they need to install one way glass so you can see it while on the loo) but a couple of those loos appear to fall into the “Am I really that desperate or can I wait?” category.

    • One way glass would be an interesting concept. I didn’t try all these loos personally so I can’t comment on their condition. I was pleasantly surprised by most of the dodgy looking loos I used. I do know what you mean though. Sometimes desperation takes a back seat.

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