Australian Brothels Guide

Australia has a wider selection of licensed brothels than practically any other country in the world. Only Germany and the Netherlands can run us close.

What separates these Australian brothels from some of the more notorious unlicensed venues elsewhere… is the quality of service. Many of the top establishments in Sydney and Melbourne resemble something closer to a 5 star hotel than a bordello of the night.

Our brothel guides provide a comprehensive city-by-city breakdown of the top licensed venues throughout both Australia and New Zealand.



Browse the Best Australian Brothels By City

Here is the full A-Z list of our brothel guides and listings.

We’re adding new cities all the time (and venues!), so check back soon as more information becomes available.

Brothels in Australia

Brothels in New Zealand

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We’ve showcased a number of the top brothel venues from around Australia (and NZ), bringing you the inside scoop on the best rosters, facilities and limited time ‘deals’.

Important:

We are not affiliated to any of the brothels mentioned on this site. If you have any questions, please contact the agent/venue through their respective contact details.

All of our listings are provided 100% free of charge and are for general informational purposes only. Some details (such as pricing and opening hours) may be subject to change from when our initial research was carried out.

How Brothels Are Handling The Pandemic

The emergence of Covid-19 has seen a number of changes to how Australian brothels operate.

Many of these changes are dictated at a regional level depending on the prevalence of coronavirus at the time.

It’s very difficult for us to keep check of what is a rapidly changing situation. Please bare in mind with all of our brothel listings that each venue is likely to have its own requirements and service restrictions.

What Should Customers Expect?

Visitors should expect to be screened on arrival and for the brothel owners to insist on your using hand sanitisers before you enter.

australian brothels covidsafe guidelines
Scarlet Alliance has created a set of guidelines for making sex work safer in the pandemic.

Every brothel is different but you will be expected to observe the 1.5m social distancing rule with all members of staff, other than your service provider (unless asked to do so). You may also be asked to remove your own clothing before your service; however, face masks are not compulsory and we know of no brothels that are insisting on their use.

The choice of services available may be limited with some brothels only offering hand relief or full service in a handful of positions.

Not all sex workers have returned to work and if you have been visiting the same service provider on a regular basis, you may find they are continuing to ‘shield’ or work from home.

Be prepared to be offered some creative alternatives to a full service as per the suggested list above and be open-minded about these.

Some of the official ‘suggestions’ include:

  • Using latex gloves during manual sex acts and for touching clients
  • Indulging clients in a session of mutual masturbation at a distance of 1.5m
  • Standing behind clients to provide manual relief
  • Offering massage or a striptease instead of a full service
  • Watching porn together
  • Using soft bondage to limit client’s touching
  • Experimenting with different positions where the client or sex worker is face down.
  • Using mirrors and toys to enhance the above.

The changes are there to help protect you and the staff on site in order to help keep coronavirus infections rates down.

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