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    Mr_Tiesto
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    @Mr_Tiesto

    Hello.

    What are accessible toilets like in Australia?  A lot of places in Asia (like Singapore and Japan) have a separate private toilet, but in North America it is often just a stall at the back it is slightly larger… I also heard that you need a key in Europe!

    Anyway, just wondering what it is like in Australia.  Thanks for the help!

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    ryuk52109
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    Hi, not sure if you are still watching this topic but here’s my input.  In Australia, shopping centres and some restaurants usually have a separate room for disabled people.  However in other places it is merely a stall that is bigger then an ordinary one, this can also change from centre to centre.  I would highly urge against going out into the bush though, some have stairs and others have ramps, BUT they are all just single cubicles and there’s nothing for anyone in a wheelchair (at least not in New South Wales).

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    Mr_Tiesto
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    @Mr_Tiesto

    Thats good to know, thanks!

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