Smoking ban in Adelade/South Australia
Smoking is responsible for around 1100 deaths in South Australia each year, and is the leading
cause of preventive disease and death. The adverse effect of smoking put a tremendous burden
on the health system. Breathing in second-hand smoke can particularly affect vulnerable individuals
such as young children, pregnant women and people who suffer from respiratory conditions.
A total enclosed public place smoking ban was introduced in South Australia in November 2007.
Effective in May 2010, smoking will be banned on the grounds of all public hospitals.
A blue sky, blue sea, fresh air at a beach in the suburb of Adelaide faced on the St. Vincent's Gulf, South Australia.
(L) Smoking is allowed in the outside terrace. (R) Alcohol is stricter than smoking outside.
Glenelg, a beach resort west of Adelaide on the St. Vincent's Gulf, South Australia.
(L) Town Hall of Glenelg (R) A pier of Glenelg at sunset on the St. Vincent's Gulf.
(L) An automatic bending machine for cigarette sale placed in the Stamford Grand Hotel, Glenelg,
(R) A peculiar sign bord found in the bar of Stamford Grand Hotel, Glenelg, It says that smoking is restricted
within one meter from the bar counter table. No more such a foolish settlement after the 2007 anti-smoking law.
(L) The sign plate that in this space smoking is allowed. This rule is abolished after the 2007 anti-smoking law.
The bottom statement : Tobacco Products Regulation Act 1997, Government of South Australia.
(R) A station casino at the Adelaide domestic railway station. The entrance is on the first floor.
There was a sign board that 'You are entering a fresh air area', although, the smoking and nonsmoking spaces
are not completely separated, often seen in Japanese shops. This undesired condition was dissolved after the 2007 anti-smoking law.
(L) No smoking sign pasted on the window glass of a chinese restaurant, Min Palace Chinese at Normanville,
Fleurieu peninsula located south of Adelade.
(R) The sky bright with the morning glow. Photographed near the tip of Fleurieu peninsula.
(L) Stamford Grand, Glenelg, South Australia (M) Hilton Hotel Adelade (R) A sign plate of the smoke-free floor of the Hilton Adelaide
In Australia, all states and territories retain exemptions from smoking bans for private rooms in
sleeping accommodation, including hotels and motels.
In NSW Australia, In the year of 2005, a smoking room or area in hotels, nightclubs and clubs
must not exceed 50% of the total space, according to the smokefree environment act of 2000.
However, after 2006, the percentage of smoking room or area in hotels has been changed not
to be exceed 25%of the total space.
Several international hotel chains have announced that they will no longer allow smoking even
in private rooms and have elected to be entirely smokefree.
Melbourne is the capital and the largest city in the state of Victoria, and the second most populous city in Australia.Photo: May 2001
A wedding ceremony at Queen Victoria Garden. Photo: May 2001
Twelve apostles on the Great Ocean Road, South Australia
The right-side photo was taken in May 2001.
Smoking Restriction at Hotels in the World: Actual Survey
The ratio of a smoking guest room to the total hotel rooms was calculated,
based on the on-the-spot investigation.
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Tobacco sale Plain packaging
Rail Travel in Australia
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The article was written and photographs were taken in May2007, and revised in December 2012,
by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D.,PhD.