Since 5 July 2007, a person must not sell, commercially supply or display ice pipes or bongs in or near a shop, including market stalls, in Queensland.
Retailers who sell and display these implements must comply with the laws and remove all ice pipes and bongs, including their components, from sale and display.
Retailers who do not comply with the new laws are liable for a maximum penalty of $15,400 or a $440 on the spot fine.
Queensland Health Environmental Health Officers and Queensland Police Officers are authorised to enforce the ice pipe and bong prohibition.
To view the laws, go to the Tobacco and Other Smoking Products Act 1998.