This fact sheet provides an overview of tobacco plain packaging laws for both the general public and tobacco suppliers.
The University of Canberra reviewed the Tackling Indigenous Smoking and Health Lifestyle Programme in 2014. Their series of reports focused on how to improve this program using evidence-based approaches.
This fact sheet contains information for the general public about plain packaging of shisha and molasses tobacco products. It also has information for tobacco suppliers.
Use this guide to help you identify some of the key requirements of tobacco plain packaging for non-cigarette products such as cigars, roll-your-own tobacco and shisha/waterpipe tobacco.
These research reports were used to help develop the graphic health warnings used on cigarette packaging and evaluate the effectiveness of the plain packaging design.
This fact sheet lists ways that you can support someone with a mental illness to quit smoking.Part of a collection: Mental illness and quitting smoking
This market research report focuses on messages printed on the side of tobacco products.
This market research report helped determine which plain packaging options for tobacco products would be the most effective.
This market research report looked at the effectiveness of plain packaging designs for non-cigarette tobacco products.
This report is about research done on graphic health warnings on tobacco products other than cigarettes.
This market research report focuses on messages printed on the front and back of tobacco products.
This market research report focuses on which tobacco product health warnings needed updating to be more effective.
A number of tobacco companies have voluntarily agreed to provide information about the ingredients in their cigarette products.Part of a collection: Australian cigarette ingredient information