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Take a smoke-free tour of Tasmania 

Smoke-free areas have been introduced to reduce exposure to harmful second-hand cigarette smoke.  They cover public areas where people – especially children – gather.

Smoke-free areas now include:

  • in cars with children
  • public buildings and workplaces
  • bus and pedestrian malls
  • bus shelters
  • outdoor dining areas
  • sports venues
  • beaches
  • public swimming pools 
  • children’s playgrounds.  

For more information, go to www.dhhs.tas.gov.au/peh/tobacco_control