Victoria New No Smoking Laws include Smoking to be banned in all substantially enclosed licensed premises in July 2016. These new requirements will fall under the amended Tobacco Act 1987 (Victoria).
Smoking has already been banned in enclosed workplaces and public areas since 1 st March 2006 under the Act.
The final stage of the Passive Smoking legislation has now come into being for Victoria. Under the amended Tobacco Act 1987 (Victoria), smoking will no longer be permitted in any enclosed (or substantially enclosed) licensed premises. ‘Substantially enclosed’ refers to 75% or greater of the total notional wall area. Smoking is already banned in enclosed workplaces and enclosed public areas under the Act since 1 st March 2006. For more information ( click here )
National Safety Signs has all the Australian Government approved No Smoking Signs. Go HERE to see all the No Smoking signs. Scroll down a bit for Vic.