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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. View detailed profile Advanced or search site with Search Forums Advanced. I was surprised to find out that prostitution is actually indeed legal in australia. I'm just wondering how has this affected things? Are brothels relatively common in cities? Is street prostitution still a common feature like in other larger cities around the world or has this declined?
Its all state based, so the various laws regarding Prostitution are different depending on which state you are in. They legalised Brothels in Queensland about 10 years ago, their might have being a few protests from chirstian groups but nothing major.
Street walking and soliciting clients is illegal, you are supposed to work from a brothel or be a sole operator working from home. We don't have anything like amsterdam style red light districts in Brisbane, the government ensures that the legal establishments are spread fairly evenly over the city.
Of course the huge majority of the sex trade is carried out by illegal operators, so there might be a few unoffiical red light districts in the city. Last edited by danielsa; at AM.. Originally Posted by danielsa Originally Posted by Mhundred. Last edited by goldfrapp; at AM.. I've seen plenty of street walkers in Sydneys Kings Cross. I love seeing them - makes the streetscape more colourful.
I live in Brisbane too - apparently there's plenty of street girls working in Kangaroo Pt but I don't go there at night so I can't vouch for this although I believe it. Originally Posted by artemis agrotera. Last edited by susankate; at AM.. In NSW, every local government area needs to have somewhere designated for a brothel. I have one about m from where I live, never heard a peep from them, and you'd never know it was a brothel. I could care less, it's just another business.