For years the Mogo businesses have been telling Council that there was a real and urgent need for a convenient Pubic Toilet in the middle of the township. Each year Mogo has hundreds of thousands of visitors. Inevitably some of them find a need to go to the toilet during their visit.
Above: For the able bodied visitor it is a hike to the Tomakin Road toilet block but for a disabled visitor this distance, the crossing of the busy Tomakin Road and the poor condition of the toilet block that awaits is an ordeal. After many years The Middle of Mogo are finally on the the National Public Toilet Map www.toiletmap.gov.au For over 6 years Middle of Mogo have provided visitors to Mogo Village modern DISABLED ACCESSIBLE public toilet facilities right in the middle of Mogo.
Council has been openly condemned for their failure to take the request for a centralised Public Toilet seriously for many years. Following the bushfires that impacted the township Eurobodalla Mayor Innes said “The village deserves well-planned facilities for residents and visitors,” she said. “To that end, we’re spending bushfire recovery funding on town planning, collaborating with Mogo’s community to find the best results for the whole village, including infrastructure like toilets, parks, parking, picnic tables and barbecues.” Eurobodalla Council is now organising a meeting with Mogo residents and business owners to consider how infrastructure like toilets, parks, parking, picnic tables and barbecues can best be delivered. The drop-in sessions will be held on site at John Street Reserve (where the community have long lobbied to have clean modern toilets installed). You can call by on Tuesday, 27 April 2021, 11.30am-1.30pm and 4.30pm to 5.30pm, and Wednesday 28 April, 11.30pm to 1.30pm to have your say.