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It could be in a better location.

If you happen to visit the public toilets at the junction of Stephen and Victoria Streets, you will... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2016
Dan L
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Bunbury, Australia
If you happen to be in town

I was in town for work when I walked past this monument . Didn't take long to look at, as it is... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2016
Lulufluff
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Bunbury, Australia
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14 Oct 2016
“It could be in a better location.”
16 May 2016
“If you happen to be in town”
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Reviewed 14 October 2016

If you happen to visit the public toilets at the junction of Stephen and Victoria Streets, you will surely notice a sculptured head of Sir John Forrest. In addition there is a large photo of the old church that is the only memento of the...More

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Reviewed 17 May 2016 via mobile

I was in town for work when I walked past this monument . Didn't take long to look at, as it is small on the corner of Victoria st and Stephen St. There are toilets right near the monument. It's s clean little area. Road...More

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Reviewed 24 February 2016

Never thought of this as an attraction, simply because it is not set up to act as one. it is simply a small park area with toilets and a seat. Not really all that much of a to do, more a place local simply use...More

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Reviewed 11 February 2016

The Forrest family clearly have had a major impact on the development of Western Australia in particular John Forrest the first Premier of WA. A local boy made good and the electorate is also named after his family. From a historical perspective its great to...More

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