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Posted July 31, One of Australia's most famous brothel madams has announced she has put her former bordello on the market, and is using the occasion to relive her glory days working on Kalgoorlie's historic red-light district. Now a tapas restaurant, the bedroom hotel on Hay Street operated as Club and Langtrees Kalgoorlie before closing as a working bordello seven years ago. She expects to take a financial hit on the sale but said the Kalgoorlie brothel had turned a significant profit in its early years.
The sale comes just weeks after the closure of the neighbouring Red House as a working brothel, which means Kalgoorlie's red-light district is down to its last bordello, the year-old Questa Casa run by "Madam Carmel ". Ms Kenworthy was running an escort agency in Perth when she came to Kalgoorlie for the first time in She was heavily pregnant and a single mother of three when she bought the Kalgoorlie brothel three years later from "Madam Trudy".
Men were prohibited from any involvement in the sex trade in those days, and Ms Kenworthy said police "begrudgingly" allowed the sale to proceed. If she did, she may have had seconds thoughts, as the old tin shed was a fire hazard and grass was growing on the floor in some of the rooms when Ms Kenworthy moved in.
The approval process to rebuild on the site took five years and marked one of the biggest changes on Hay Street in a century. The Scarlet Mile was the name given to Kalgoorlie's Hay Street — a play-on-words associated with the mining city's famous Golden Mile, which was once considered the richest square mile on Earth. The sight of scantily-clad sex workers standing in the doorways of the brothels and waving to passers-by became a unique tourist attraction in Kalgoorlie.
Ms Kenworthy said there were four operating brothels when she arrived in the s, after one had burnt down. From conversations she has had with several former madams over the years, she believes there was 17 brothels on Hay Street at its peak, when gold nuggets would commonly be traded for sex.