Carolina has two accessible, gender neutral toilets out the back of the venue. As this is a business, you’ll need to buy a coffee or ask really nicely to use the toilets.
Ebeneezer has a single stall toilet with male/female signage
These are single stall toilets right at the back of the premises, actually in the outside area. They’re extra cool because the wash basin is atop the cistern which is a great water saving feature.
The City Library has two gender neutral, accessible toilets, one on the ground floor and one on the first.
Federation Square has at least one Gender Neutral, Accessible public toilet. The one we’re thinking of is entered via the doorway by the 7/11 store, near the corner of Flinders and Swanston Streets.
The toilets are at the South end of the building. Wheelchairs should enter from the northern-most door. So you can go in and see a movie in the knowledge you can also be genderqueer. They also have a pretty nice cafe.
Found opposite Victoria Market, the Multicultural hub appears open 6 days a week (so probably not Sundays). Toilets are upstairs in the building. There is an elevator so they are theoretically Accessible to wheelchairs.
Gender neutral toilet and change station at back of store. You’ll need to buy something to use. But it’s chocolate so what’s not to like?
Public toilet at south end of park, right where Nicholson street turns into Albion street.
Babka Cafe toilets are gender neutral, meaning that there are two single occupancy stalls to the rear of the bakery. Due to the location of the toilets they are not accessible. This is a business, so you’ll need to buy something to use the loo. We recommend the Chai, it’s the best in Melbourne.