Head to the loovre

HANGING around a toilet block too long can get you in trouble, but it’s hard not to linger outside the most artistic loos in the country.

Duncan Moon’s masterpiece The Nearest of the Faraway Places at Claughton Reserve is ready for its official opening and tour, and the artist will be down there to talk about the intricate design concept.

• Duncan Moon’s dunny masterpiece.

Bayswater council funded the project after wanting to do something a bit different when it came to sprucing up the tired old brick block and budgeted $64,000 for the artistic upgrade.

The opening’s today (Saturday, February 24) at 4pm, and the Friends of Claughton Reserve will be sizzling a snag or two. Flick them an RSVP email at friendsofclaughtonreserve@gmail.com

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