Smoke Free Albany

The Albany outdoors is a place where kids run around, we play competitive sport, gather with friends and make the most of our free time in the outdoors. It also attracts large numbers of families, young people and children supporting an active and healthy lifestyle.

The City of Albany have developed a Smoke-Free Outdoors Policy that seeks to protect the community, in particular children, young people and families, from the harmful effects of second-hand smoke, in the outdoor areas of City owned or managed public facilities.

Implementation of the Policy will be is phases, beginning with the Centennial Park Sporting Precinct.

Download: Smoke-Free Outdoors Policy

Smoke-Free Maps

The maps below show the areas which are smoke-free, the location of smoke-free signage, and the location of Designated Smoking Areas.

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs have been developed for sporting clubs and community members regarding the Policy.

Download: Smoke-free Outdoors FAQs

Cessation Support Resources

If you or someone you know is thinking about quitting.

  • Call the Quitline on 13 7848
  • Visit the Quit website www.quit.org.au
  • Download apps and programs such as My QuitBuddy, QuitTxt, or QuitCoach.
  • Talk to your GP or local pharmacy

Resources for Sporting Clubs