National Tobacco Strategy 2004-2009: the strategy

The National Tobacco Strategy is a statement of resolve by the Australian Government and state and territory governments to work together and in collaboration with non-government agencies to reduce tobacco uptake and exposure.

Page last updated: 12 November 2004

The National Tobacco Strategy 2004-2009 has expired and has been evaluated. Following consideration of the findings of the evaluation, a new strategy will be developed and implemented in 2011.

National Tobacco Strategy 2004-2009: the strategy (PDF 310 KB)

Australian National Tobacco Strategy, 2004-2009: guide to planning and investing in tobacco control (PDF 118 KB)

Australian National Tobacco Strategy, 2004-2009: definitions and data sources for key indicators (PDF 129 KB)

If you are unable to download the PDF documents, please email drugstrategy@health.gov.au.

Page last reviewed: 18 April 2011


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