The City of Melbourne is proposing to install a new public toilet on Faraday Street. This will replace the underground toilet decommissioned on the street in 2016.

The underground toilet created an unsafe environment and was not accessible for people with a disability, which led to a Council decision to decommission it.

As there are no other public toilets nearby, a new public toilet is required to service the area.

We have identified four potential locations along Faraday Street for the installation of this public toilet and asked the community for their feedback from 29 May to 13 July 2020.

Learn more about the project and the four proposed locations in the concept proposal below.



  • Timeline item 1 - complete

    Original underground heritage toilet on Faraday Street decommissioned


  • Timeline item 2 - complete

    Community consultation on need for public toilet


  • Timeline item 3 - complete

    Community consultation on proposed location

    29 May to 13 July 2020

  • Timeline item 4 - complete

    Review of consultation findings

    September to October 2020

  • Timeline item 5 - complete

    Management report to Council on location recommendation

    26 July 2022

  • Timeline item 6 - complete

    Inform community of outcome

    August to September 2022

  • Timeline item 7 - complete

    Detailed design work commences

    August 2022

  • Timeline item 8 - incomplete

    Installation of toilet

    April 2023

Community consultation

Feedback we heard on the Faraday Street public toilet.

Concept proposal

Learn more about the four proposed locations for the Faraday Street public toilet.

Contact us

Have questions or want to learn more about the project?