A new public toilet block is open at Great Western.
Great Western Progress Association president Peter Bullock embraced the theme by reading his speech from notes written on a roll of toilet paper.
Mr Bullock said the association was happy the public toilets at Great Western Memorial Park had been replaced.
"We have been looking forward to having a new public toilet block in Great Western for some time so it's really great to see it come to fruition," he said.
Mr Bullock said the association appreciated the help of Northern Grampians Shire Council's flood recovery team, which sourced money to build the new block.
Northern Grampians Shire councillor Paul Russell said a $99,000 grant from the Department of Sustainability and Environment's Flood Recovery for Community Infrastructure Fund financed the new toilets.
He said the previous toilet block was damaged during the January 2011 floods, when the town of Great Western was inundated.
The old building was demolished and replaced.
"Great Western is a popular tourist destination based around its wine village theme so it is important that we provide quality facilities for the travelling public," Cr Russell said.
"The new toilet block is compliant with access for all abilities regulations, is easy to clean, well lit and looks great too. It will also be a much more resilient facility that will continue to provide an important public service during future times of flooding."
The toilets, next to the town's tennis courts, also service the tennis club and feature a masonry block 'hit-up' wall for players to practise against. The building is connected to a 27,000-litre rainwater tank. Cr Russell said the Great Western Community Plan 2009-2013 recognised that quality public toilets provided visitors with a positive first impression of the town.