**Please read the following information on Privacy in Australia Law.
For any other country please do a Google search for that countries Privacy Laws.
We have no right to individual privacy in Australian law – this probably comes as a surprise to a lot of readers, but there you have it. Photographers, generally speaking, can freely photograph everyday situations, people and places, as long as they aren’t breaking any other laws (such as trespassing).15 Dec 2016
There is no law prohibiting taking pictures in public places, such as streets, parks or beaches, even if those photos include the people being there. This sounds a bit tricky considering privacy acts, but, as a matter of fact, there is no law protecting people from being photographed while in a public place.15 Feb 2021