This was in the news recently http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-07-30/tasmanian-government-to-triple-tobacco-retail-licence/7674902 Just found the health plan they have link https://www.dhhs.tas.gov.au/__data/...Healthy_Tasmania_Strategic_Plan_Web_v8_LR.pdf quotes " We will increase our licence fees to reflect the full cost of regulation, administration, enforcement and compliance of the licensing regime. The fee increase will be phased over a two year period, rising to $731.34 on 1 January 2017 and approximately $1097.00 from 1 January 2018. Controlling the sale, use and promotion of electronic cigarettes to prevent normalisation of smoking and sale to children. We will take action to improve public education regarding electronic cigarettes and establish a monitoring and compliance system. However, we will prohibit the sale of electronic cigarettes to people under the minimum age, display and advertising and use in smoke free areas. While we will leave open the option of supporting electronic cigarettes as a cessation aid in the future as further evidence emerges, our approach seeks to strike a balance and provide responsible education for Tasmanians about the potential health risks associated with these products. This way we can prevent the re-normalisation of smoking-like behaviour and ensure that uptake is minimalised (particularly by young people)."