Hundertwasser Toilets - Kawakawa, New Zealand

Toilet Rating

Overall Impression: 80% - 1 votes
Smell: 60% - 1 votes
Cleanness: 80% - 1 votes
Soap: 80% - 1 votes
Toilet Paper: 70% - 1 votes
Towel / Hand Dryer: 80% - 1 votes
Wheelchair Accessibility? - 1 votes
10
Space - 1 votes
10
Sanitary Bags - 1 votes
10
Paper Towel / Cosmetic Tissues - 1 votes
01
Baby's Changing Table - 1 votes
01
Mirror - 1 votes
10
Toilet Seat Cleaner / Cover - 1 votes
01
Hanger - 1 votes
01

February 2016

Gillies Street, Kawakawa 0210

Located in the Bay of Islands region of New Zealand, this toilet stop is probably the country’s most famous. It is literally a tourist attraction and people from all over the country and the world tend to stop in the small town of Kawakawa just to see them. These artistic toilets were designed and created by Frederick Hundertwasser, an Austrian artist who eventually decided to make New Zealand his home. After many failed attempts to create art for the city, he was commissioned to create these toilets that have remained famous even after his death. Constructed out of colorful glass, reused materials and mosaic tiles, it is quite a site.

Women's Toilet:

The facilities are split up between genders and accessible to those in wheelchairs. Each of the two stalls have plenty of space, are relatively clean for public toilets and have one sink with a mirror. They have everything you need but are surprisingly simple for such a famous attraction.

     
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