for the Outback, rugby, and Olivia-Newton John, friendly Australia
also offers a varied and lively commercial sex scene. Action can be
found in every major city, with Melbourne and Sydney in particular
featuring some of the best brothels in the world, staffed by highly
attractive and skilled young women. Commercial
sex is legal in most of Australia, with reasonable restrictions. Your
options include the following:
Incall establishments. Full service is standard. One to five women
working in the smaller establishments, 6+ working in the larger ones.
Conduct and operating conditions dictated by territorial law.
Incall our outcall, either run by an agency or an independent
sex worker. Full service is standard.
They are quasi-legal, offering a "full body rub" service,
also known as "rub and tug." Depending on the establishment
or local laws, it may not always be possible to negotiate full service
with a girl once in the room, and it is best not to keep trying if
Lap and table dancing available for a small fee. Clubs with the
best facilities and most attractive women are found in the business
districts of Melbourne and Sydney. It may be possible to hire a girl
for "outside" activities at these clubs, but it is not likely.
Inexpensive, but illegal (or confined to the seedier areas of
town) and potentially dangerous.
typical sex worker is between 25 and 40 years of age. 18- to 24-year
olds remain comparatively rare. Most are Australian residents of Anglo-Celtic
descent. Asians tend to predominate in the massage parlors, particularly
in the northern areas. There are also workers from New Zealand (both
white and Maori half-castes), and a few Pacific Island and African
girls. Indians and Australian Aborigines are rare. Stunningly
attractive sex workers are not common, but very attractive ones can
be. However, always be wary of telephone descriptions, particularly
concerning age and bust size.
workers in most areas are required to have checkups every month. The
proper procedure is to have vaginal swabs, urine test (for chlamydia)
and throat swabs taken. In addition, they are required to have their
blood checked (for HIV, Hep B and C) every three months. However,
to be completely safe, never have unprotected sex.
cost of commercial sex in Australia is reasonable, but is more expensive
than that in nearby Thailand, New Zealand, or the Philippines. Prices
range from $60 for a massage parlor "quickie" in some of
the more remote areas to $5,000-plus for the poshest escorts. However,
you can usually expect to pay from $120 to $250 for one hour of full
service in a brothel or to an escort.
Prices listed in this FAQ are in Australian Dollars
past decade has seen a dramatic liberalization of the commercial sex
laws in most Australian territories. Brothels, massage parlors, and
escort services now operate within the law (which varies between territories)
everywhere except for Tasmania and Western Australia. In those territories,
brothels remain illegal, but it's unlikely that you'll be hassled
by law enforcement for visiting one.
past few years have also seen a dramatic crackdown in street prostitution
in Western Australia. Soliciting streetwalkers (known as "kerb
crawling" in the local parlance) can get you a fine of up to
$1,000 or a 2-year prison sentence. Getting caught playing at that
activity, or soliciting a sex worker under the age of 18, can turn
your Australian dream vacation into a nightmare. It's
generally a good idea to steer clear of streetwalkers no matter where
you are in Australia, as you're greatly increasing your chances of
being scammed or contracting a disease.