Disabled travelers and their assistance dogs will now have a much easier time traveling to Brisbane, Australia, as the international airport there has finally come to the conclusion that animals need bathrooms, too. Before, people traveling with service animals were put at a huge disadvantage, needing to exit the terminal whenever nature called their dogs. Thankfully, that won't be the case anymore:
[The bathrooms'] introduction will mean international passengers will no longer need to go through the customs, immigration or security screening every time their dog need to be relieved, and reduce the need for assistance animals to be fasted before long flights.
Bathrooms are fully wheelchair accessible and have separate ventilation systems, contain an artificial turf area, a wash down facility for the turf, a dispenser and bin for disposal of doggy doo bags, a water bowl for the dogs, as well as a sink for people to wash their hands.
The entry door is electrically operated, with the room fitted with hearing augmentation loops, and visual emergency evacuation alarms, and once used an external light alerts cleaners that the facility requires cleaning and disinfecting.