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My recommendation is make sure you are sober when you walk up to these toilets & use them because once inside the ladies' room, the wall & floor designs are uneven & can be very dizzying. It certainly was a delight to the visual senses...More
Kawakawa is known as "Train Town" after the vintage railway that runs down the middle of its main street. Its iconic, colourfully tiled public toilets were designed by the famous Austrian architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser. The architect lived in the town and legend has it that...More
It felt a little weird taking photos in the toilet and I had to wait for it to be vacant. However, they are unique so I felt I just had top do it.
I wouldn't drive out of my way to see them but if...More
I can't believe I'm reviewing a toilet block but what a toilet block! They are a must see. Lots of people think they are just art but they are a fully operational public toilet in the main street of Kawakawa. Colourful, clever, fun and so...More
Austrian architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser adopted Kawakawa as his home in 1975. These loos are the only Hundertwasser-designed project in the Southern Hemisphere and the last project completed before his death in 2000. They are also Kawakawa’s number 1 tourist attraction. Definitely worth a visit if...More