Nobody likes a party crasher. You don’t. Your guests don’t. The ticket vendors absolutely hate them and you’ve been searching for temporary fences high enough to stop them altogether. Step right up. Not only do we have the range to bar the unsavory element from your mighty fine shindig, we have three reasons why you need to start keeping them at bay consistently. Think about it…Who wins here? You? Not at all. Continue reading Fence it Off: 4 Reasons to Keep Gate Crashers At Bay
Festival season is almost here – in some states, it’s already arrived. After donning your gum boots, picking out your threads and settling on who to see, spare a thought for your bathroom break. Everybody has to go, it’s an inevitability of party season and one we cannot control – and when we try, the results aren’t great for anybody nearby.
The portable loo, the mobile dunny, the long drop, the plastic paradise – call it what you like, but it will smell the same at the end of 12 hour day with over a million people passing through. Before that happens, know your toilet etiquette to minimise those indignant knocks on the door and groan of, I need to go…
Australians love getting outdoors for special events, including community, sporting and cultural events. We always embrace the opportunity to take advantage of great weather, smell the fresh air, and spend time with friends and family.
Taking the lead from European cities, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth city councils have proposed the implementation of public toilets of a new and innovative variety in an attempt to solve wet wee woes.
Don’t moan when you need a throne away from home!
There’s not much worse when nature calls, you’re away from home, and you know you have only a limited time to find a solution or soiling will ensue.
Part of planning for any occasion involves planning for the practicalities and this includes one of our most basic of needs – the need to use the loo.
You might think ‘When would I ever need to hire a port a loo?’ but you might be surprised. Here are just five applications for your own portable potty which will alleviate pressure from bladders and bowels in times of need. Continue reading 5 Situations a Portable Loo Will Save You
For all building and construction sites occupational health and safety (OH&S) requirements in Queensland require that there are onsite amenities for all workers. This can be a challenge on building sites where there is no existing plumbing, or in remote areas where mining, construction or road construction is being completed.
At Dinkum Dunnies we’ve got your worksite covered with mobile power poles and toilets for hire across southeast Queensland including Brisbane. We explain the requirements for portable toilets for Queensland building sites in this post. Continue reading Construction site toilet requirements in Queensland
Hosting a big event? As well as all the other logistics you need to account for there’s no doubt that toilets should be top of the list as a must have when hosting an outdoor event. From music concerts, markets, fetes and festivals, portable toilets are a practical necessity.
But it’s not just enough to hire a couple of port a loos and call it a day. A shortage of portable toilets can be ugly, messy and does not make for a successful event – especially if there is alcohol involved! Depending on the size and type of event will dictate how many toilets you need. Dinkum Dunnies provide clean, well equipped and modern portable toilet hire throughout Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast and below we explain how to determine the number of toilets needed for your next event Continue reading How to calculate the number of toilets needed for an event
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