Quitting smoking, like other forms of tobacco consumption is problematic because of addictive properties of nicotine. According to the Royal College of Physicians of Great Britain, the dependence on nicotine is stronger than heroin. The preamble of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, states that cigarettes and some other products containing tobacco are highly engineered so as to create and maintain dependence, and that many of the compounds they contain lead to addiction. Tobacco dependence is classified in major international classifications of disease as a disorder. Smoking has been an issue for people living in Australia, especially indigenous people living in various rural areas in Australia and Northern Territory. Indigenous people living in Australia have the worst level of health of any group living in Australia. The Indigenous people experience a 17 years low life expectancy than other Australians and smoking has been reported as one of the most significant causes for their increased mortality and morbidity. If we look at the statistics, we can find that the prevalence of smoking in general population was 49% in 1945 which has come to 17.8% in 2004-05 but the prevalence of smoking in indigenous people was 50% in 1945 which has remained same or even more than that for last ten years or more (Cunningham, 1997). The North Coast of New South Wales has huge number of indigenous population and they have highest level of smoking rates with a prevalence of around 60%. As a result, we can see that the tobacco related disease is quite higher than the rest of Australian population.