very frustrating when you have a screaming newborn and a ratty toddler who needs to be contained within 4 walls and no chair to sit on to feed
It's not the end of the world if the cubicles are taken though?
If a cubicle was taken I used to just stand and feed or crouch and feed. If she was tired and not overly bothered about what's going on around her then I used to feed her where ever I was (food court, Big W, Whatever). And food/crayons always worked to keep my toddler occupied while I was feeding.
Feeding rooms are just a luxury not a necessity.
I never used them to feed. The smell! That's the only reason I can imagine a bottle feeding mum would use one. Maybe the curtain helps to block the stench a bit.
While I have been to some horrible ones (and walked straight out) I have also been to some nice ones too.