For Queensland, since 1st January 2015, electronic cigarettes cannot be used in No smoking at public and private hospitals and health facilities, and for 5 metres beyond their boundaries.
- existing non-smoking indoor and outdoor areas,
- sold to children under 18 years of age, or
- advertised, promoted or displayed at retail outlets.
- No smoking at state and non-state schools, and for 5 metres beyond their boundaries.
For New South Wales, as of 5th July 2015:
- Commercial outdoor dining areas in NSW will be smoke-free.
- Smoking will be banned within 4 metres of a pedestrian entry or exit from a hospitality venue.
- The bans apply to any ignited smoking product including cigarettes, pipes, and water-pipes.
For Victoria, since 13th April 2015, under the Tobacco Act 1987 smoking is prohibited within four metres of an entrance to all:
- Victorian children’s indoor play centres,
- public hospitals,
- registered community health centres, and
- certain Victorian Government buildings.