Is Maryborough’s Cistern Chapel the best public toilet in Australia? | ABC News

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The city of Maryborough on Queensland’s Fraser Coast has lifted the lid on what could be the poshest public loo in Australia. A run down toilet block has been transformed into a tourist attraction in its own right.

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