Public Toilet Building Case Studies

David Currie Play Space | Yarra 4 Changing Places Custom

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The David Currie Playspace in Banks Drive Reserve in St Clair is a fresh, all-inclusive recreational area named in honour of the late David Currie, a devoted advocate for people with disabilities whose enduring commitment greatly impacted the local community. The reimagined recreational area was a collaborative effort involving input from the local community to ensure it aligns with the needs of all ages and abilities, promising a lasting source of enjoyment for years to come.


Working with the Penrith City Council we provided a Yarra 4 Changing Places Custom toilet building that included modern and geometric artwork along the panelling representative of the local flora of the area along with specific colours to help match the stylistic direction of play space and park. Vandal and fire resistance were also a key requirement of the building, our design incorporated non-combustible and vandal resistant materials; including steel framing and robust cladding and fixtures.

The building also included a Changing Places cubicle which means adults living with high support needs can enjoy the park, exemplifying Currie’s commitment to inclusivity and accessibility for all.


The following products were supplied and installed:

Yarra 4 Custom Toilet Building

  • 3 x Universal Access Toilet Cubicle (DDA)
  • 1 x Unisex Changing Places building
  • Changing Places fixtures including Ceiling Hoist, Adult Change Table, Privacy Screen and Automatic Sliding Door with MLAK key access
  • Stainless Steel Basins with Mixer/Time Flow Taps
  • Stainless Steel Mirror         
  • Stainless Steel Hand Dryers           
  • Porcelain Toilet Pans
  • Baby Change Table 
  • Deadlocks to all doors

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