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Smoke-free tour of Tasmania

From 1 March 2012, Tasmania will have some of the toughest smoke-free area laws in the country. You now cannot smoke in many public areas where people - especially children - gather.

Smoke-free areas help protect us from harmful second-hand smoke. They are also important in reducing the number of young people who take up the habit.

We ask that you respect these smoke-free areas, and the people around you.

 

Click on the icons below to find out where you can enjoy smoke-free areas.

Smoke-free buildings

Public buildings 

and workplaces

 

Smoke-free dining 

Outdoor dining areas

New on 1 March 2012  

 

Smoke-free bus malls and shelters

Bus malls and shelters

New on 1 March 2012

 

Smoke-free malls

Pedestrian malls

New on 1 March 2012

 

Smoke-free cars with children

In cars with children

 

 

Smoke-free sportsgrounds

Outdoor sportsgrounds

New on 1 March 2012

 

Smoke-free playgrounds

Children's playgrounds 

New on 1 March 2012

 

Smoke-free pools and beaches

Patrolled beaches

Public swimming pools

New on 1 March 2012

Additional areas may be made smoke-free voluntarily by their occupiers.

The Director of Public Health may also declare some temporary public events as smoke-free.

  

Want more information?

Brochure: Smoke-Free Areas in Tasmania

Poster: Smoke-Free Areas in Tasmania

Resources and signage

 

Call the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738