Lucky Baby Massage

Welcome to our massage centre! We offer you a quite, private, hygienic and elegant place to relief your stress, get fantastic feeling and help you enjoy yourself. We have rear door at the premises and shower facility in each room. You will feel very pleasant to be with us. Please come over to try us!



Address: 48 Kellett Potts Point(3 mins’ walk from Kings Cross station)
Call: 8387 2669/ 0470 643 066
Trading hours: 11:00am – 3:00am 7 days open
Cash only now and EFTPOS will be available in 2 weeks with 5% surcharge



We are 3 mins’ walk from Kings Cross station. We have front door on Kellett St and rear door on Kellett Way, Potts Point. There are some parking on the street and many loading area near the rear door. If you can not find parking on the street, you may park your car at Kings Cross Car Park on Ward Ave which is close to Kellett St! It is only 3 mins’ walk from our front door and 2 mins’ walk from our rear one.

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6 thoughts on “Lucky Baby Massage

  1. It’s a fantastic place for man. The rooms are big and very quiet. It’s said Falicity, a very nice Australian girl works there on Saturday. I am looking forward to seeing her then.

  2. It looks like they have a range of ladies on their website. Are any of these photos or names real? Anyone else have a decent experience here?

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