Smoking Laws @ The Thunderdome

On 1 September 2016, Queensland smoking laws changed.

Smoking is now banned within 10 metres of the sporting ground or playing area, public viewing/seating areas at the grounds and any other area reserved for use by the competitors and the officials at any junior sporting event up to and including under 18 events. The smoking ban includes the use of all smoking products, including electronic cigarettes and is in force during scheduled fixtures, training and practice sessions and at any intervals or breaks in play.

In line with the above changes the Queensland Rugby League advised all venues hosting Junior Rugby League events that they must comply and adhere to the new laws.

Queensland Health Environmental Health Officers (EHOs) have the power to issue individuals who are breaching these laws with a warning or on-the-spot fine. 




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