Art Print

Dunny - Outback Queensland Humour :)

by Chris' Landscape Images & Designs

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When touring the outback of Australia in 2009 in a motorhome as part of Winneago's 50th celebration, we stayed a night at a place called, Blackall. Apart from the Aussie sense of humour, dance, poetry & songs I couldn't help not take a photo of this Aussie masterpiece :)

Dunny or dunny can is Australian slang for toilet, either the room or the specific fixture, especially an outhouse or other outdoor toilets. It is often used to specify a distinction between a flushing toilet and a non-flushing toilet (e.g., a longdrop or thunderbox). First used in print in 1952, the word is believed to be derived from the much older 'dunnakin' (also spelled 'dunnigin' and 'dunegan')[1] meaning privy.

Outback Queensland - Australia

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