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Brothels are limited to 6 rooms or less, although some older brothels may be larger, as they have been grandfathered into the current laws. Brothels must provide all sex workers with condoms and lubricants, at no charge to the workers. Also, brothels must provide clean linens, along with showers and baths with an adequate supply of hot and cold water, for use by workers and their clients.
Legislative approaches and public opinion in Victoria have gradually moved from advocating prohibition to control through regulation. While much of the activities surrounding prostitution were initially criminalised de jurede facto the situation was one of toleration and containment of 'a necessary evil'. Laws against prostitution existed from the founding of the State in The Vagrant Act  included prostitution as riotous and indecent behaviour carrying a penalty of imprisonment for up to 12 months with the possibility of hard labour Part II, s 3.