Smoke-free play spaces

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Council has introduced designated smoke-free play spaces to protect children from the dangers of passive smoking from 1 June 2019.

An action within Council’s endorsed Living Well Plan, notes an objective to promote and expand smoke-free environments within the City of Unley, in line with the Tobacco and E-Cigarette Products Regulation Act 1997

The key purpose of applying this law is to protect children from the dangers of passive smoking.  This will also help to promote positive health and a cleaner and safer environment.

For further information and a list of play spaces that are smoke-free, please refer to Frequently Asked Questions: Smoke-free Play Spaces(PDF, 157KB).