22-23 Apr 2020
MELBOURNE CONVENTION & EXHIBITION CENTRE

Australia’s Best Bathroom 2019 Winner

The coveted Best Bathroom Competition is a nationwide search for Australia’s best restroom facility. This year saw some amazing entries from a variety of facilities across Australia including an all 'Pink' bathroom, an airport facility and a Plaza amenity! But one bathroom beat them all with its customer focus and timeless design...

And the winner is…

QIC Westpoint Shopping Centre – i2C Architects 

The bathrooms at Westpoint Shopping Centre not only achieve an inviting and modern design but have made inclusivity and user experience a main priority. Both male and female amenities provide ambulant, junior and pram facilities, maximum comfort and convenience is provided for all needs including:

 

  • A parent room designed with natural tones, clad in timber with back-lit canopies for children to play and parents to relax
  • Individual feeding ‘ pods’, DDA compliant, and each equipped with play panels, mirror, chair and table for all of the users needs.
  • Touch-free fixtures and hand dryers hidden behind the mirror at wash stations , improving safety and hygiene.
  • Both male and female bathroom are designed with timber, terrazzo, soft cove lighting and cascading planting for a natural touch.
  • There’s a local touch  with mosaic murals depicting historical images of the wider community in the area.

 

     

2019 Best Bathroom Runners up

P!NK Ladies Bathroom at the BEC


P!NK is the biggest selling artist in the BEC’s 33 year history and the bathroom was created to commemorate her record breaking achievement. P!NK personally opened the bathroom in 2009 after selling out 11 shows and smashing all previous records at the Centre.

Wynnum Plaza in Brisbane


This facility has transformed its twenty-year-old facilities using advanced technology within the constraints of a relatively modest budget. The result is a more user friendly layout that’s fresh and bright.

Home on Glenmore Rd, Sydney


A home bathroom like no other. A tiny space with angled and exaggerated ceiling heights made this old bathroom cramped and unworkable but clever thinking and spatial planning, combined with a playful material pallet has made this a bathroom a favourite room in the house.

Sydney Airport’s Bathroom 54


Integrating four additional major elements never before brought together in a single bathroom set Sydney Airport’s Bathroom 54 initiative will likely inform the future design of bathroom facilities across the industry and help drive a greater focus on accessibility amenities across both regional and metropolitan airports.

Previous Best Bathroom Winners

Merrylands RSL Club , NSW


2018 Winner

Brisbane International Airport Terminal


2017 Winner

Maroondah City Council, Ringwood Lake Bathroom


2016 Winner

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