Bodyline was the first lawfully established gay bathhouse in Sydney Bodyline was established in 1991, at a time when no legal gay sex venues were owned by gay men. Bodyline was denied development approval by the South Sydney Council & was taken to the Land & Environment Court of NSW in which one of the arguments used to keep them from opening was the old Disorderly House Act.
Sydney is a gay capitol and offers travellers many options which do not necessarily require a "gay owner operator" to feel comfortable. By chosing any hotel in the gay area (Oxford Street), you can almost ensure the staff will be used to a diverse guest list.
Sydney’s most popular bath house With 4 floors of steamy adventure to explore, Bodyline is Sydney’s most popular bath house for gay & bisexual men, aged 18yrs & over. The Lower Ground Floor is the setting for the largest spa in Sydney.
Sydney is a very friendly and liberal city, mostly know for the great weather, the Opera House and Surfer Dudes. The city has a vibrant gay nightlife, mainly concentrated at Oxford Street. There you will find many gay bars and clubs that cater to all ages and tastes.
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Oxford Street, in Darlinghurst and Surry Hills, offers gay-friendly accommodation, usually 3 to 4 star hotels and apartments which market to the mainstream but because of their proximity to the Golden Gay Mile of Oxford Street, Oxford Street bars, restaurants and specialty shops, attract a very high proportion of Gay and Lesbian clientele.
The Stonewall is the life and blood of Sydney’s gay club scene. Located right in the middle of Oxford Street, the complex of bars is located mere metres from the rainbow flag in Taylor Square. The venue is named after the original New York City variant but the Aussie adaption features three different floors of bars with live entertainment.