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Every major state capital has one such part of town which seems to bring out the bawdy in all of us with some being more famous than others. In this feature, we take a look at those red light areas that are either historically important or are big names on the sex scene of Australia.
The red-light districts of Australia have similar roots to their European counterparts with prostitution activities mainly centring around the 19 th century commuter hubs of the ports and, latterly, the train stations.
The convenience for everyone is obvious and just makes good business sense; both these areas offered a passing trade of workmen, sailors and travellers. However, times have changed since the colonial days and the sex industry has developed over history. The Theatre Royal on Hindley Street, Adelaid was a popular cruising area for prostitutes at the turn of the century.
Image via Flickr. The result of which changed the shape of some red-light areas with prostitutes taking up camp around these bases to provide sexual services. Some such zones were not just sanctioned by the authorities but were also funded by them.
In the 21 st century, red-light districts in Australia have become less defined. Many working women now use the internet to secure regular clients and a lot of cities no longer have a large community of street hookers. Brothels are legal in New South Wales and Sydney has plenty of bordellos in and around the city. The area stretching south to include Darlinghurst incorporates a couple of brothels, adult massage parlours and a mix of street prostitutes.