If you are flying within Australia on a domestic flight, there are no restrictions on how much powders, liquids, aerosols and gels you can carry onboard.
If you are travelling domestically, but departing from an international terminal, there are limits on powders, liquids, aerosols and gels. All aerosol containers must have a fitted cap, or locking device.
The screening for liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) introduced in March 2007 by the Australian Federal Government does not apply on domestic flights. Passengers transferring onto international flights following on from a flight departing Rockhampton Airport will be subject to the LAGs restrictions. Knowing what’s allowed and what’s not allowed before you arrive could save you, and other passengers, time and inconvenience. Any LAG item you wish to take into the international departure lounge or within the cabin of an aircraft for an international flight must be in an adequate container; however containers cannot be over 100ml.