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Can I Use a Dry Herb Vape in Public Places?

Dry herb vaporizers are commonly used to vaporize cannabis, waxes, oils and other plant-based products. They can be used for a variety of substances including hemp, concentrates, edibles, and other plant-based products. With a dry herb vaporizer, you can get excellent quality hit without any of the harsh flavors that are present when you smoke cannabis. These devices heat cannabis directly to release the active ingredient in the form of vapor that you inhale.

Here are a few things you should know about the laws in Australia that govern the use of vape devices in Australia.

Is Vaping Medicinal Cannabis Allowed in Public Spaces?

As of now, there is no direct law that prohibits vaping medicinal cannabis in public therefore vaping in public is theoretically allowed. However, you can only vape in designated smoking areas and you still need to stay away from people, especially children.


Technically speaking, you could still be arrested if people would complain about what you are doing. On the other hand, using, smoking or vaping cannabis in a public place is an offense.


Here are some scenarios that Lawyer David Heilpern has provided:


“If you are vaping in a public area with people around, smoking area or not, a person could complain of public disturbance, and a police officer could tell you that you’re not allowed to vape around other people.”

“In the same sense that passive smoking of tobacco can be harmful, the passive inhalation of THC vapour also constitutes a risk to nearby persons. Although vapor dissipates faster than smoke from a cigarette, it still has a physical presence in the air and could be deemed a public disturbance or public nuisance.”

“In this scenario, you might then argue that you are a legal patient, are medicating, you’re not hurting anyone and will not stop, in which case you’d risk arrest under those broad police “public disturbance” powers.”

The legislation is the first of its kind in Australia, and the first step towards national laws that will make vaping a legalised activity in public spaces. The decision to make vaping in public spaces legal comes after the ACT government conducted a trial in which vape users were allowed to use their products in Canberra’s central mall and public spaces.

It is common in Australia’s capital city to see people vaping cannabis in public.  While the practice is legal, it is rarely discussed and many people still find it surprising to see. The reason for this is that it is illegal to vape cannabis in public in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), as defined under the Drug Act 1997. This means that it is an offense to use or possess a vaporiser or e-cigarette in a public place or to use or possess a vaporiser or e-cigarette in a way that causes a nuisance or annoyance to other people, including using a vaporiser or e-cigarette in a public place where doing so would cause a nuisance or annoyance to other people.

Canberra has become the first Australian state to ban public vaping of cannabis, as the country scrambles to keep up with demand for legal marijuana. The ban, which came into effect on Thursday, will also prohibit the use of cannabis-derived e-cigarettes and other vaping products in public places and workplaces. It means that unlike in some other jurisdictions, where people have been able to vape cannabis in public, including in restaurants and cafes, in Canberra people will no longer be able to do so. Instead, they will have to smoke weed in private.

Legislation to allow vaping cannabis in public places in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) has passed the Lower House, with the Government expected to pass the legislation in the Senate soon. The Bill allows people to use cannabis in vape pens or similar products at a number of places, including public events, cinemas and other places where tobacco smoking is permitted. Currently, only limited places in the ACT, such as airports, train stations and schools, are permitted to allow vaping.

The use of vape pens to vape cannabis in public in the Australian Capital Territory has been legalised, the territory’s commissioner for police has announced. The decision to legalise vaping of cannabis in public comes after a trial run in the territory earlier this year. It follows the legalisation of the use of cannabis in public in some states and territories in Australia, including New South Wales and Queensland. The use of cannabis in public has been prohibited in the Australian Capital Territory, while the use of tobacco has not.

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