branded (illicit) tobacco: Tobacco products (mostly cigarettes) that are smuggled into Australia without payment of the applicable customs duty.
current smoker: Reported smoking daily, weekly or less than weekly at the time of the survey.
ever-smoker: A person who has smoked at least 100 cigarettes in their lifetime.
ex-smoker: A person who has smoked at least 100 cigarettes or equivalent tobacco in his or her lifetime, but does not smoke at all now.
illicit tobacco: Includes both unbranded tobacco and branded tobacco products on which no excise, customs duty or Goods and Services Tax (GST) was paid.
never smoker: A person who does not smoke now and has smoked fewer than 100 cigarettes or the equivalent tobacco in his or her lifetime.
non-smoker: Never smoked or an ex-smoker.
occasional smoking-adults: The smoking of 1 or more cigarettes, roll your-own cigarettes, cigars or pipe, weekly or less than weekly (excluding chewing tobacco and smoking of non-tobacco products).
occasional smoking-young people: The smoking of tobacco (cigarettes only) at least 1 day per month.
regular smoking-prison entrants: An adult who reported at the time of the interview that he or she regularly smoked 1 or more cigarettes, cigars or pipes every day or most days.
regular smoking-young people: The smoking of tobacco (cigarettes only) at least 1 day per week.
second-hand smoke (also called environmental smoke): The exposure to tobacco smoke, or the chemicals in tobacco smoke, without actually smoking.
smoker: A person who reported currently smoking daily, weekly or less often than weekly.
unbranded (illicit) tobacco (also known as chop-chop): Finely cut, unprocessed loose tobacco that has been grown, distributed and sold without government intervention or taxation.