Smoke-free laws ban smoking in all public indoor areas (like cinemas, shopping centres and on public transport), as well as in some public outdoor areas.
Smoking is banned at the following public outdoor areas:
- within 4 metres of an entrance or exit of a public building (like a restaurant or other commercial business)
- within 10 metres of children's play equipment (like a playground in a park)
- public swimming pools
- sports grounds
- public transport stops (like train station platforms, bus stops or taxi ranks), and
- all commercial outdoor dining areas.
If you think an outdoor smoking ban has been ignored, you can report it online.Report online