This large, three-storey 'social club' offers discreet back entry 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You want facilities, boys? This place has got them: as well as a good bonk, you'll be able to squeeze in a game of pool, a boogie on the dancefloor and a ride on the treadmill, if you're that way inclined. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays the club welcomes crossdressers and on Sundays, from pm on the top floor only, gay guys can go nude.
Sydney Gay Sauna Guide Where to cruise and hook up
Gay Saunas in Sydney get busy during the after-work period and late night at weekends when the bars close! W ith four floors of steamy adventure to explore, Bodyline 10 Taylor St offers a large Romanesque Jacuzzi, a cedar-wood dry sauna, a maze, and myriad large cabins — some with their own slings. A rooftop deck adds to outdoor pleasures. Drawing a crowd throughout the day, their night-club crowd is not to be scoffed at either! Their lunch traffic draws many office-goers. Sydney Sauna gets a diverse crowd and features a small gym, sauna, spa, and steam room. The entire complex has been completely removated.
A cosmopolitan city with upscale cocktail bars, underground events, avant-garde art galleries, and trendy cafes, travelers have chosen Gay Sydney for decades, and despite the recent introduction of lock-out laws which have decimated inner city nightlife, us gays still continue to flock here. Oxford Street is closed to traffic once a year in March for the legendary Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, but every day of the year is absolutely queer here with cafes, bars, late night clubs, speedo shops and rainbows galore. Needless to say, no visit to gay Sydney would be complete without at least one visit here. Just no matter what you do, be sure to see a drag show — either at brunch, dinner or late in the night,. It is truly something special here and widely accepted, probably stemming back to the colonial days of Australia where it was mostly men around.