Anglesea Changing Places facility

Submissions closing on 15 February 2019, 05:00 PM

Existing toilet block in Anglesea

Surf Coast Shire Council and Great Ocean Road Coast Committee (GORCC) have partnered to construct and maintain an accessible change room and toilet for people with high physical support needs. The Adult Changing Places (ACP) facility in Anglesea (at the Four Kings car park) will have an adult change table and hoist.

The Great Ocean Road Coast Committee (GORCC) already has plans to refurbish the existing toilet facilities at Four Kings, and this work will include upgrading the exterior cladding on the existing block to match the final design of the new Changing Place facility.

There are only 70 ACPs throughout Australia and this facility is designed to provide dignified and equal opportunities for people to experience the beauty of the Surf Coast.

Complete the survey now (closes 5pm on 15 February 2019)

Detailed information on the project

Download the architect's document(PDF, 13MB)

Download an image of the layout plans(JPG, 112KB)

We'd love to know what you'd like the outside of the building to look like. There are four options for the exterior cladding, and besides the look there are a few differences to note with the options:

  • Option 1: Scyon Stria horizontal panels; is a pre-painted panel, but may need painting in the future.  However, frequent painting is less likely given a primary paint colour is not being used;
  • Option 2: Colorbond Vertical Metal ribbed cladding – colour monument; on-going maintenance is not required as it is a metal product with a colorbond finish.  However, if a panel is damaged or bent out of shape, a replacement panel can be fitted.
  • Option 3: Vertical ash slats on marine ply backing; natural ash colour or grey stain, black background; vertical ash slats may require re-staining.  However if left weather after staining, the finish would still be acceptable.
  • Option 4: Scyon Linea weatherboards emulating existing but in a more durable finish;. is a pre-painted panel, but may need painting in the future.  However, frequent painting is less likely given a primary paint colour is not being used.

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