A DORMA project announced winner of Australia's Best Bathroom 2016 at Total Facilities Expo


DORMA Australia recently showcased its service business and products for the third time, at the Total Facilities Expo recently on the 6th-7th April 2016 at Melbourne’s Exhibition Centre. For the first time in Australia, DORMA exhibited alongside Kaba.


Total Facilities Expo is a two-day trade event show casing the largest collection of products and solutions for professionals who manage and maintain buildings, facilities and infrastructure. Feedback from the event organisers confirm there were over 2,000 registered attendees.

Exhibiting at the show was important step for DORMA Australia and Kaba in growing the brands’ presence, and served as a platform for meeting new customers, reaching out to our existing customers and maintaining an established and reliable brand in servicing door needs and door products; as well as promoting and presenting the much anticipated merger.


DORMA Australia and Kaba shared a floor space at the exhibition of 6 x 6m.  Staff were available on the stand to discuss our service and products offerings with show attendees.


The Total Facilities Expo held a competition to find Australia’s Best Bathroom Facility. Moroondah City Council took out the first place position with their entry of Australia's first Changing Places facility at Ringwood Lakes. Congratulations to Jack Mulholland from the Maroondah City Council for winning "Australia's Best Bathroom 2016" at the Total Facilities Expo. The facility’s Changing Places features a DORMA ED automatic swing door operator and a DORMA MLAK privacy kit.


Competition judge and Total Facilities’ Event Manager, Andrew Lawson, said:

 “We created the Australia’s Best Bathroom Facility Competition to celebrate some of Australia’s unsung heroes, as well as to encourage a sense of porcelain pride among facilities management professionals.

 How a local council maintains its bathroom facilities can be a reflection of its commitment to its residents.

 The Maroondah City Council’s bathroom at the Ringwood Lake parklands is a standout facility, clearly designed and maintained to meet the needs of its various users.

 The facility’s Changing Places design gives people with a disability greater independence so that they can participate in everyday activities that many people take for granted.

 We applaud Maroondah City Council for taking the lead on accessible facilities, with many more now having followed suit including iconic places such as the MCG and Melbourne Zoo.”

For more information on our products, services or the Changing Places facility please email 

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