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Live music, crowds of revellers and bars jam-packed until morning light: five years ago, Sydney's Kings Cross was bustling. Then, in February , the New South Wales government introduced strict lockout laws which all but killed its capital's nightlife and made Kings Cross a ghost town.
The struggle of small businesses, from bars and clubs to restaurants, has been well documented - but there is one section of the night time economy few have mentioned: prostitution. Live music, crowds of revellers and dozens of bars packed until morning light: five years ago, Sydney's Kings Cross was bustling. Pictured: Prostitutes on the streets. The struggle of small business, from bars and clubs to restaurants, has been well documented - with many complaining the laws have destroyed the night time economy.
Pictured: Kings Cross at night. There is one section of the economy which few have complained about: prostitution. Pictured: A 'nightwalker' offers her services through a car window. A brothel called Number advertises which women are working with a daily twitter post to loyal followers. Pictured: A prostitute's twitter post retweeted by the brothel. The Number prostitutes themselves also advertise their services with teasing bedroom Tweets.
Kings Cross was once infamous for its so-called nightwalkers - women who would stroll along the roadside offering sex and take cash from drunken revellers who wanted to buy it. Now, these women are rarely seen. Now it's down to a handful.
The decline has been noticed by revellers, too. One man posted on Reddit on Wednesday: 'I use to work in a club in Kings Cross and they prostitutes were literally everywhere. What has happened?! Kings Cross pictured was once infamous for its so-called nightwalkers - women who would stroll along the roadside offering sex and taking cash from drunken revellers.