Children under 1 year old must be restrained in a suitable approved child restraint.
Children aged 1 to 15 years must be restrained in a suitable approved child restraint, or occupy a seating position fitted with a suitable seatbelt if one is available.
If the vehicle has 2 or more rows of seats, the child must not be in the front row of seats unless restrained in a suitable approved child restraint or occupying a seating position fitted with a seatbelt.
Australian child restraints must be fitted with a top tether which is attached to a suitable mounting point on the vehicle. The use of European child restraints without a top tether is, therefore, illegal.
In all States and Territories, it is compulsory to wear seat belts if these are fitted to a vehicle.
Passengers must not sit in the front of a vehicle unless the seat is fitted with a seatbelt or there is not a seating position available for the passenger in another row of seats.
You are strongly advised to confirm that these details are correct. Check with your holiday company, travel agent, or car hire firm. The country's embassy or consulate may also be able to help.