The Governor of Western Australia, on recommendation of the Minister, may make regulations that ban any alcoholic product if it is considered to be undesirable, or if its availability is not in the best interests of the public.
This may occur with products that appeal to children in the way they are marketed and packaged, or where the product is likely to be confused with soft drink or confectionary.
The types of products that may be considered undesirable include:
- Alcoholic vapour;
- Alcoholic aerosol products;
- Alcoholic iceblocks; and
- Alcoholic milk.