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The City of Canada Bay is intending to install a self-automated unisex public toilet in Halliday Park to serve park users. The installation of this accessible toilet is in line with the principles outlined in Council’s Social Infrastructure Strategy and the goals of the Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2017 - 2021.
Halliday Park is a place that attracts people for many different activities, including use of the children’s playground, bocce, dog walking, and exercise. The intent of installing this facility is to improve the park experience and comfort of existing users.
Currently the nearest public toilets are located in Five Dock Park and Fred Kelly Place which are both approximately a 10-15 minute walk from Halliday Park.
We first consulted in July 2017 and while the project was deferred at the time, Council has received regular requests from the community to install a toilet since this time. Having reviewed community feedback and after conducting further site investigations, we have made some changes to the original proposal and we are seeking your feedback on these changes.
We have moved the toilet’s proposed location to the North Western corner of the park. This new location remains along the accessible path and allows for ease of use for families using the children’s playground.
We are also seeking community input on the appearance of the facility, with three options presented below for your consideration.
We invited the community to provide feedback between 25 May and 22 June 2020. We are currently reviewing feedback and will alert participants of the next steps shortly.