Here in Australia, you need a medical prescription to legally import nicotine e-cigarettes and vaping pods into Australia for your own use.
This is a legal requirement, and you can be asked to show your prescription to the Australian Border Force before your vaping products will be released by Customs for delivery to you.
New Online Clinic to Help Smokers Quit
A new online only medical clinic has also recently been set up by Australian doctors to assist smokers quit. Based in Sydney, https://www.quitclinics.com/ provides counseling by phone and can prescribe legal nicotine purchase and consumption. Here’s how it works…
Patients make an appointment online and pay a $79 fee prior to consultation (about the cost of two packs of cigarettes). There is no Medicare rebate.
The service is available Australia-wide.
Vaping nicotine is legal in Australia if you have a prescription for nicotine from a registered Australian doctor. Quitclinics will provide prescriptions where appropriate to help smokers quit or reduce relapse to smoking.
In special cases, doctors may recommend nicotine replacement or prescription medicine. In such cases, the doctors will send your prescription directly to your pharmacy.
Quitclinics has been established by a registered Australian doctor. The service provides a secure face-to-face video consultation with the doctor