Australia’s Easter road toll stands at 12 after the break – 10 fewer than last year.
Twelve people were killed on Australia’s roads over the Easter break, 10 fewer than last year.
Final figures show five people died in Western Australia, three in Queensland and two in NSW in crashes, from Thursday to Monday.
Tasmania and Victoria each had one death.
South Australia, the ACT and the Northern Territory were fatality free.
The figures were collated by the Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency.
The Easter road toll figures are for the period 0001 April 17 to 2359 April 21.