New Nicotine Alliance Australia

New Nicotine Alliance Australia

The Consumer Element of Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocacy

Charter - Principals

The New Nicotine Alliance Australia is a not-for-profit organisation, funded by donations from private individuals and organisations. We receive no funding from tobacco, e-cigarette or pharmaceutical companies. 

Our board and associate members advocate for responsible, pragmatic regulatory change, that would contribute greatly to public health in  Australia. We wish to see a mature public and organisational understanding as to the potential of less harmful nicotine products, including their safety and efficacy, and hence contribute to the reduction in cigarette smoking

Smoking Prevalence

3 million Australians still smoke. Although we have witnessed a steady decline in recent decades, smoking rates virtually stalled during 2013 to 2016.

Tobacco Harm Reduction

A term used to to describe ways of reducing harm from cigarette smoking without giving up the use of nicotine. This includes Vaping, Snus and Heat not Burn.

Helping Smokers Quit

Millions of smokers have found vaping to be the most effective cessation method.  Please contact us for assistance with making the transition to vaping. 

The NNA AU is committed to improving public health, through a greater understanding of risk-reduced nicotine products and their uses

Vape It Forward 2019

Introducing smokers to a satisfying, less harmful alternative

On March 1st 2019, the NNA will introduce a pilot program in Sydney, offering  personal support to assist smokers with quitting. We plan to extend this nationwide, including more remote regions.

AUSSIE VAPE DAY - APRIL 30

Help us to celebrate world vaping day.

The NNA, ATHRA and Legalise Vaping have joined forces to help reduce the high smoking prevalence in Australia.
Your support can make a difference!

Please visit our Go Fund Me Page

Vaping Research

Dr Konstantinos Farsalinos, from the Onassis Cardiac Surgery Centre of Greece, has found that nicotine has little effect on cardiovascular disease. 

While nicotine may be addictive, at least a dependency,  non-combustible products are preferable to cigarettes as a way of delivering nicotine.

Experts take a look at the evidence on some issues that surround the use of e-cigarettes; it turns out there is not as much debate as we thought.

This is a shortened version of the second of five NCSCT films for the public and produced in association with the New Nicotine Alliance.

Australian Nicotine Regulations

Please visit the following links to understand compliance, in terms of the importation of pharmaceutical grade nicotine for e-liquids. Please contact us if you need some clarification or advice.

The Therapeutic Goods Administration-
Liquid Nicotine and Importing 
Scheduling delegate’s final decisions, March 2017

Here is an overview from this years GFN conference. The NNA AU and UK has always had representation at these events and we look forward to attending in 2019 in Warsaw, Poland. 

Advocating for the consumers right to choose..