An Ecosexual Boathouse is the latest sex fetish to arouse couples.
The sex house is different to the sex chamber seen in the film '50 shades of Grey' - as instead of the usual whips, chains and handcuffs - it features fauna, foliage and finger condoms.
The Ecosexual Bathouse is a temporary feature that has been launched in the tangles of the Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens and is created by Ian Sinclair and Loren Kronemyer.
It is said to satisfy the needs of Ecosexuals - a term invented by two women, Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle, who claimed to be in love with the earth.
They publicly married the soil on May 1, 2014.
Ecosexuals are said to talk dirty to plants, kiss and lick the earth, bury themselves in soil and do nude dances while the environment watches on. They also swim naked in natural waters, hug and stoke trees and give the earth massages.