An historical photo quiz. Here is a photo taken in Centennial Park in 1915…but what is it a photo of?

What could it be a photo of?

What could it be a photo of?

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Want a hint?

The Sydney Morning Herald recently wrote about the modern version of them here.

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OK, just want us to tell you?

The photo is the men’s toilets in Centennial Park!

Luckily for you, almost 100 years later they are now a little more modern, convenient…and above ground!

Our award winning amenities blocks in Centennial Park!

Our award winning amenities blocks in Centennial Park!

Here’s a link to a previous blog post we did on these amenities…which my colleagues quickly referred to as the ‘bog blog’. Funny.

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Want to learn more about the history of Centennial Park? Check out our history page as part of the Centennial Park 125th Anniversary section of our website.

 

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