Toilet Sheds

Compost Toilet Sheds


PVC Toilet Sheds with window and skylight

Ideal for Nature-loo NL2 and Clivus Multram CM2 models.

Quick and easy to assemble, strong and secure!


Darwin Grey PVC shed

Grey PVC Shed

   Quality PVC easy-to-build shed that is ideal for your compost toilet.

   Can be assembled easily by a reasonably competent handyman in a couple of hours.

   The shed is secure and has a polycarbonate window, two skylights, and a lockable latch on the door.

   Black PVC floor included.  Peg to the ground, or screw to an optional treated pine timber base.

          Size: 1.3m wide x 1.9m long x 2.16m high

Two-tone PVC Shed

Two-tone PVC Shed

   Simple to build, robust and strong, will withstand all weather.

   Comes complete with a skylight, a frosted window, provisions for fitting shelves, and is able to be locked up.

PVC Shed skylight

PVC Shed skylight

   Add an optional solar power kit for the fan, and an automatic light that switches off after use.

   Ideal for remote bush blocks, holiday camps, and for temporary toilets.

   Delivery to anywhere, or pick up the flat-pack in a trailer.



Brown PVC Shed



Internal Dimensions 1120 x 1754 x 1998
Front x Side x Height (mm)
External Dimensions 1258 x 1845 x 2050
Front x Side x Height (mm)
Door Opening Dimensions 1761 x 651
Height x Width (mm)
Slab/Base Dimensions 1258 x 1845
Front x Side (mm)
Pack Dimensions 1870 x 710 x 260
Pack Weight 61kg


 PVC Toilet shed model Prices September 2022
Grey or Brown PVC Shed 1258 x 1845  $1295
Two-tone PVC Shed 1295 x 1890 $1680
Optional heavy-duty pine base $450

Price includes GST, but not delivery. Call us for the delivery cost.


Cedar Toilet Shed with window and skylight


Windsor Cedar Shed

A stylish and robust toilet shed, easy to assemble and long-lasting.  It features a Colorbond gable roof with overhanging eaves, a colonial-style door with tinted acrylic glazing and locking T-handle.  Comes complete with an Opening Window, as well as a heavy-duty Flooring Kit.

This CEDAR SHED  is manufactured in Australia and is constructed with 42 x 35mm treated pine framing (H3-LOSP Treatment) and 18mm thick Canadian Western Red Cedar VJ cladding with a Colorbond steel roof. The shed is supplied in an easy-to-assemble kit with pre-made panels.  The panels come in raw timber (not stained or painted) allowing you to select the finish of your choice.  The Heavy Duty Floor Kit provides for installation without the need for a prepared base such as a concrete slab or paved area and is elevated off the ground.










  • Lockable Single Door
  • Colorbond ‘Woodland Grey’ Roof
  • 42 x 35mm Treated Pine Framing (H3 – LOSP Treatment)
  • 18mm thick Canadian Western Red Cedar VJ cladding (Height of board can vary depending on availability)
  • Pre-assembled panels for quick and easy assembly



Internal Dimensions 1200 x 1716 x 2060
Front x Side x Height (mm)
External Frame Dimensions 1284 x 1800
Front x Side (mm)
External Cladding Dimensions 1324 x 1840
Front x Side (mm)
External Roof Dimensions 1615 x 2160 x 2350
Front x Side x Peak Height (mm)
Door Opening Dimensions 1850 x 840
Height x Width (mm)
Wall Height 1890mm
Slab/Base Dimensions 1284 x 1800
Front x Side (mm)
Pack Dimensions Pallet 1: 1900 x 1200 x 400
Pallet 2: 2100 x 300 x 150
Pack Weight Pallet 1: 260kg
Pallet 2: 30kg


Cedar Toilet shed with window & skylight Prices September 2022
Shed floor size is 1284 x 1800  $2680
Optional heavy-duty timber base $450

Price includes GST, but not delivery. Call us for the delivery cost.



How to assemble the PVC Compost Toilet shed.

So easy, anyone can do this!

1. Unpack the carton, and check that all parts shown on the parts list are there.

2. Find a suitable level area of ground where the toilet shed is to be located.

Install the timber floor – the door will be on one of the narrow sides – and check that it is level and dry.

In cyclone areas, attach the cyclone kit by hammering the four star pickets into the ground, and attaching by long 10g tech screws.


3. Screw the plastic floor on the timber base, using small flat top self-drilling wood screws (not provided in the kit)

Now you are ready to start assembling the sides. Start from one doorpost, and assemble the wall panels in a clockwise direction.

You can put the opaque window panel on either side of the shed.

Install the walls, going clockwise from the door.

4. It is best to just tighten all the big plastic screws by hand at this stage, to give flexibility. You can tighten them all up at the end.

Attaching the door posts

5. Once all the walls are up, assemble the handle and catch on to the door, and fit the door.

Assembling the door parts

6. Once the door is installed, hold it in place by fitting the front building lintel on top of the wall panels.

Similarly, fit the rear lintel.

Completed compost toilet shed

7. Next fit the centre roof skylight panel and the hollow roofing panels.

8. Fit the opaque window and the window frame parts. It will only fit one way, you don’t need to force it.

9. Finally, tighten all the plastic bolts, and check for rigidity. You will be amazed at how strong it is, once everything is tightened up.


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