Wherever you are on your quitting journey, we're here to help.
You don't have to rely on willpower alone to stop smoking. Research shows most people who stop smoking do it with support: a combination of counselling from a service like Quitline (13 7848) and stop smoking medication, like nicotine patches and gum. By having your own suite of support tools and strategies at the ready, you can begin your journey towards stopping smoking feeling confident.
Everyone who stops smoking has had to overcome their own barriers. The important thing to know is that stopping smoking is achievable. There are strategies that can work for you. You can stop smoking. And you don’t have to do it alone.
Watch Karen and Johnna talk about how they stopped smoking:
Click here to watch Karen's full story.
Click here to watch Johnna's full story.
There are many ways you can find the right supports and
strategies for you. Explore the options below or give Quitline a call on 13
7848 Monday to Friday, 8am - 8pm. You can also fill out the callback form and a
Quitline counsellor will call you back at a time that suits you.
If chatting on the phone isn't your thing, explore our other support options. These include QuitTxt and QuitMail. You can also join our Facebook community to hear from others, ask questions and share experiences.
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Explore quitting stories and tips and build your own plan
How Charlie conquered smoking
Watch Charlie chat about how being able to identify his triggers helped him stop smoking.
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What could be your approach to stopping smoking? Use the Build Your Plan tool to work out, step-by-step, a stop-smoking plan specific to you and your lifestyle. Select the methods and tactics that will work best for you.