• Customer: Toowoomba Regional Council
  • Product: Custom restroom, shower and kitchen/laundry facilities
  • Project: Homeless facility
  • Location: Clewley Park, Water Street, Toowoomba
  • Installer: Landmark Products, July 2015
  • Ref No: 25791

Western side: Consists of three (3) unisex ambulant toilet cubicles and one (1) unisex accessible toilet with shower cubicle. Outside is a accessible wash basin. The outside path is broom finished concrete which is covered by Colorbond Custom Orb XRW and polycarbonate roof sheeting skylights. All doors are clad in Colorbond for a high level of robustness.

Fly over design: The fly over design keeps a skillion roof aesthetic and blends into the parks existing skillion roof shelters. The roof line also allows for excellent ventilation from heat build up and water/steam vapours from the shower cubicles. Screening is rosewood timber using a Cutek oil-based preservative.

Undercover area: The undercover area is 6.8 x 4.9 metres (33 sq/m) and houses the entry to the service duct. There is an aluminium notice board and power point with usb connection point. The floor is broom finished concrete which is covered by Colorbond Custom Orb XRW and polycarbonate roof sheeting skylights.


This amenities building has 1 kitchenette/laundry room, 2 unisex accessible shower cubicles, 2 unisex standard cubicles, 3 unisex ambulant restrooms, 1 service duct with 3 hot water systems, and a common outdoor covered area to cater for caring of the homeless, which is facilitated by Ozcare.


The site at Water Street, Toowoomba had a fall of 0.50m so extra back fill and levelling was required.


The 143m2 (under roof) building was built in a 6 week period (including the slab and fit out by Landmark Products), however there were additional works in the kitchen/laundry and the surrounding grounds to ensure the whole site provided a place that was comfortably finished.


“The recently built Clewley Park Facility (supplied and constructed by Landmark) designed to support homelessness services and people in Toowoomba has been well received by community service organisations. At the launch on the 6th August services toured the new facility and spoke positively about its design, shower and laundry spaces and the ability to support programming out of the undercover areas at the facility”. Cr Sue Englart / Cr Ros Scotney.

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