Username Password Forgotten your password?


Becoming smokefree and quitting

Here you will find some useful links to information about becoming smokefree and quitting:


Our smokefree work

Toi Te Ora - Public Health Service aims to reduce the impact and incidence of tobacco related harm. 

Designated Smokefree Officers hope to achieve this by:

  • Carrying out Controlled Purchase Operations (CPOs) to identify retailers selling tobacco products to underage person/s

  • Inspecting licensed premises and workplaces to check for Smokefree compliance

  • Assisting organisations and individuals with issues around the Smokefree Environments Act 1990

Health Improvement Advisors achieve this through supporting organisations to develop smokefree policies: 


Contact us to make a complaint or enquiry about:

  • Smoking in workplaces

  • Smoking in all hospitality venues

  • Smoking in schools and early childhood centres

  • The sale of toy smoking products

  • The sale and supply of tobacco and herbal smoking products to people under 18

  • The sale and supply of chewing tobacco

  • The retail display of tobacco products

  • The advertising of tobacco products

  • The sale of e-cigarettes


Smokefree coalitions

There are three smokefree coalitions within the Bay of Plenty/Lakes regions that provide a united voice to smokefree issues and are able to support councils in implementing smokefree outdoor policies. Membership consists of representatives from local organisations that share an interest in promoting smokefree environments and lifestyles in the region.


Contact Person

  Contact Details

Eastern Bay of Plenty Smokefree Coalition

Brad Bluett

07 306 0978

Lakes Auahi Kore/Smokefree Coalition

Yvonne Rogers

07 349 7955

Western Bay of Plenty Smokefree Coalition

Brian Pointon

07 579 8791

Further information


Share on Facebook 
< Back