& # 039; Babysitter status & # 039; The laws that govern swimming pool fences, bicycle helmets and tobacco are pending review in Australia.

<pre><pre>& # 039; Babysitter status & # 039; The laws that govern swimming pool fences, bicycle helmets and tobacco are pending review in Australia.

Western Australia:

Western Australia was the second state to ban smoking in all indoor areas of pubs and clubs in 2006

In 2006, smoking was also banned within 10 meters of the playgrounds and between the flags of the beaches

Victory:

Victoria introduced a smoking ban in all public places closed in 2007

The state banned smoking in bus, train and tram stations in 2014

Victoria also banned smoking within four meters of the school's fences in 2015

Australian Capital Territory:

The ACT was the first to ban smoking inside caf├ęs and restaurants in 1995

The ACT went on to ban smoking in all public places closed in 2006

New south Wales:

NSW banned smoking in closed public places, except bars, in 2001

The state introduced a ban in all enclosed places, including bars, in 2007

Smoking in a car with a child was also banned in 2009, and comes with a fine of $ 250 on the spot

Northern Territory:

The NT introduced restrictions for smoking in closed areas in 2010

The NT is the only jurisdiction in Australia that still allows smoking within certain areas in schools

The NT government was the first to ban smoking in correctional institutions

Queensland:

Smoking has been banned in all pubs, clubs, restaurants and QLD workplaces since 2006

QLD banned smoking inside cars with children in 2010

South Australia:

SA introduced a total ban on smoking in public places closed in 2007

The state banned smoking in the waiting areas of public transport in 2012 and in public outdoor dining areas in 2016

Tasmania:

Tasmania was the first state to introduce a total ban on indoor smoking in 2006

The state banned smoking in all outdoor restaurants in 2012

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