Australian vaping laws are strict, and they vary by state. Vaping in Australia is not illegal, as long as you follow the below laws:
Vaping products that contain 0% nicotine can be legally sold in every state and territory of Australia, except for Western Australia. Retail sale of any vape, even 0% nicotine vapes, is illegal under Western Australian law.
It is important to note that on 2 May, 2023, Federal Health Minister Mark Butler announced that the Australian Government plans to change the current laws around vaping in Australia with restrictions on flavours and colours, pharmaceutical-like packaging and limited nicotine concentrations. The changes would also include a complete ban on single-use, disposable vapes. No specific timeline for these changes have been announced.