Laws and Legislation
Australia has adopted harm minimization strategies with an emphasis on treatment when it comes to simple marijuana offenses. Trafficking and exportation still fall into federal jurisdiction for large amounts with severe penalties. Most offenses are ruled within the territories legislation.
Penalties for cultivation have become harsher since more people have began and attracted attention to it with large-scale operations. The laws are confusing and often debated, with some arguing that possession is essentially legal.
Laws Specific to Southern Australia
In South Australia possession of small quantities is decriminalized with a fine similar to a parking ticket. Under the Cannabis Expiation Notice scheme possessing less than 100 grams of cannabis, 20 grams of hash, use of cannabis in private and cultivating one plant are not criminal offenses. A fine is paid and the matter is forgotten. Using cannabis in public places is not covered by this system, nor is dealing.
Police will issue you with a Cannabis Expiation Notice for minor cannabis offenses, resulting in a fine that is to be paid within a specified time. If paid, the matter is resolved and no criminal record will be kept. It is illegal to smoke in public and could be followed up with charges being made. The sale of cannabis is also illegal.
Where to Buy Marijuana in Adelaide
Cannabis is very easy to obtain, ask around near Hindley Street. If you ask someone who is not a stoner they will politely tell you that they don’t have any. Cannabis is socially accepted, you should have no trouble finding any.
Types of Marijuana in Adelaide
Marijuana is the main form sold, hash is available but rare and usually more expensive. Due to the large number of growers the potency and qualify of the cannabis is high.
Adelaide Marijuana Prices
1 gram = $10 1/4 = $65 1/2 = $120 Oz. = $220
South Australia, Australia