An Australian nude resort wants to bring back swingers and sex parties in a bid to boost sagging tourism figures.
The White Cockatoo resort in Mossman, north Queensland, is promoting an adults-only "anything goes" month of hedonism for March next year.
Owner of the White Cockatoo, Tony Fox, this week said it was time to lift a self-imposed swinger ban.
"Tough economic times call for stiff measures," Fox said. "We've taken the bull by the horns and it's going nuts; we're close to fully booked.
"It will be a hedonism resort, where anything goes for a month. We're not using the words sex or swingers, but it doesn't take rocket science to work out what it means."
Three years ago the controversial resort, once billed as the nation's top group-sex hotspot for swingers, hit the headlines when it closed its doors to partner-swapping.
The ban followed a series of out-of-control sex parties and orgies where, in one case, police were called to evict six swingers after a free-for-all sex romp in a chalet.
In another, a naked husband and wife in their mid-50s upset others with a rowdy display of balcony sex before breakfast.
Other guests complained of being propositioned for group sex by a stranger in her 30s.
Fox said he had since imposed a strict set of rules for the ordinary nudist season.
Cairns Catholic Bishop James Foley warned: "It might only end up cheapening the whole resort operation for a short term gain. Anyone who goes to a hedonist's party goes at their own risk."