City centre toilets closed
The toilets at Bunbury's Bicentennial Square will be closed until the end of the year while being renovated by the Bunbury City Council.
The council yesterday announced the 10-week construction period to upgrade the toilets near the Bunbury Visitors Centre.
Construction will begin in September and should be finished by the end of the year.
The male and female toilets will be closed separately for five weeks each.
The council will install a temporary demountable toilet.
The council has apologised for the inconvenience caused by the renovations and says there are toilets on Arthur Street, near the Paisley Centre.
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