Motorists heading away this Easter long weekend are being urged to be aware of the sign of fatigue before getting behind the wheel.
Police will be targeting all speeding, mobile phone, seatbelt and motorcycle helmet offences, which will attract double demerit points.
Operation Tortoise, the state's Easter long-weekend road safety operation, will start at 12.01am on Thursday, April 18 and will run until 11.59am on Monday, April 22.
Minister for Police and Emergency Services, David Elliott, said police will be out in force ensuring motorists obey speed limits.
"This is an exciting time of year when families get together and enjoy themselves. We want everyone to have a great time during the break.
"Often families hit the road for a holiday with the kids, so we want every motorist to take great care behind the wheel this Easter and Anzac Day and ensure they arrive safety at their destination."
Minister for Regional Transport and Roads, Paul Toole, said it was important everyone took responsibility on the road.
"We want everyone to make it to their destination safely over the break and help us drive the road toll Towards Zero," Mr Toole said.
"If you're travelling over the next week make sure you plan ahead, get a good night's sleep, drive to the conditions, stick to the speed limit and never ever risk driving if there's a chance you could be affected by drugs or alcohol."
Double demerits will return on Wednesday, April 24 until 11.59pm on Sunday, April 28 as part of Operation Go Slow during Anzac Day.