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Kings Cross is an inner-city locality bounded by Potts Point, Elizabeth Bay, Rushcutters Bay and Darlinghurst, located two kilometres east of Sydney's Central Business District. Known to Sydneysiders as "The Cross", the area was, until recently, a nightlife epicentre and red-light district. Partly due to Sydney's lockout laws, the area's offerings today are a little tamer, with gyms, florists and restaurants coexisting with the locality's nightclubs, brothels and strip clubs.
Kings Cross is the name of the intersection of William Street, Darlinghurst Road and Victoria Street. Originally named Queen's Cross - in honour of Queen Victoria, the name was changed in King Edward VII's reign to Kings Cross, to avoid confusion with Queen's Square in King Street. In the early 19th century, the area was a prestigious one, lined with handsome and sprawling mansions. From the early decades of the 20th century, the area gradually morphed into a colourful bohemian and red-light district.
Bayswater Road and Darlinghurst Road (also known as "The Strip") are the primary drawcard streets in Kings Cross, brimming with bars, nightclubs and other entertainment venues. The area is anchored by two iconic focal points: the Coca-Cola billboard (considered more of a landmark than an advertisement today) at the southern starting point of "The Strip", and the heritage-listed El Alamein Fountain at the northern end where Darlinghurst Road becomes Macleay Street.
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