What is significant? The Korumburra Comfort Station for Women, designed and constructed in 1944 by the Public Works Department, at 3 Radovick Street, Korumburra.
Why is it significant? The Korumburra Comfort Station for Women is of local historic, social and aesthetic significance to the town of Korumburra.
Historically and socially, the quality of the design and prominent location of the facility on one of Korumburra's main commercial streets illustrates prevailing attitudes to the provision of separate public conveniences for women in the pre-World War 2 period (AHC criterion A.4 and C.1)
Aesthetically, it is a well resolved interwar public building, which is notable as a locally rare example that features progressive Moderne influences such as the stepped pylon at the south west corner. (AHC criterion - E.1 and F.1)