Kookaburra 20 Litre Portable Camping Toilet
Pit loos are the pits. Straddling a hole is not much fun either, and regardless of your isolation it always feels less than private and certainly far from elegant. With the Kookaburra 20 Litre Portable Toilet you can head off into the wilderness know that an outdoor number two comes stress free and effortless. Depending on your constitution of course. More and more campers are heading off into the great outdoors with a portable toilet and the Kookaburra 20 Litre Portable Toilet is you perfect bathroom companion regardless of where you’re heading.
Waste contents can be easily disposed of in designated dump points across Australia. Check on line for your nearest before you head out. Where a dump point is not available simply bury the waste. Make sure of course that you familiarise yourself with the local standards for burying human waste.
There are many camping places now that actually require you to bring all waste out from camp spots. That is, camping toilets are necessary. That aside, they make good environmental common sense. If you have ever been to a camp site without facilities where the ground is used as a toilet, it could turn you off camping for life.
The elderly and those with disabilities or injuries will also appreciate the comfort of the Kookaburra 20 Litre Portable camping Toilet. As will the non-campers in your family who refuse to head to remote locations because they simply “can’t go” if they don’t have a toilet. The Kookaburra 20 Litre Portable Toilet affords one of the simple comforts of home whilst you’re out on the beaten track. It’s small, hygienic, and provides modesty, convenience and peace of mind when nature calls. Your Kookaburra 20 Litre Portable Toilet is for sale now, ready to pop in your basket. Be the first to christen yours.
Features and Specifications
Enjoy one of the comforts of home when you’re out camping with the Kookaburra Portable Toilets. Now there’s no need to struggle over a whole. Your toilet away from home is the sanctuary it has always been. Take a book, not a shovel.