The substance of the actual road rules that apply in Victoria are:

Victorian Road Rules wrote:32 Starting a right turn from a multi-lane road

(1) A driver turning right at an intersection from a multi-lane road must approach and enter the intersection from within the right lane unlessâ€”

(a) the driver is required or permitted to approach and enter the intersection from within another marked lane in accordance with rule 89(1), 92 or 159; or

(b) the driver is turning at B lights or traffic arrows, in accordance with Division 2 of Part 17; or

(c) subrule (2) applies to the driver.

Penalty: 3 penalty units.

(2) A driver may approach and enter the intersection from the marked lane next to the right lane as well as, or instead of, the right lane ifâ€”

(a) the driver's vehicle, together with any load or projection, is 7â‹…5 metres long, or longer; and

(b) the vehicle displays a do not overtake turning vehicle sign; and

(c) any part of the vehicle is within 50 metres of the nearest point of the intersection; and

(d) it is not practicable for the driver to turn right from within the right lane; and

(e) the driver can safely occupy the next marked lane and can safely turn right at the intersection by occupying the next marked lane, or both lanes.

Also Rule 89

Victorian Road Rules wrote:89 Right turn signs

(1) If there is a right turn only sign at an intersection, a driver must turn right at the intersection.

Penalty: In the case of a bicycle, 3 penalty units;

In the case of any other vehicle, 5 penalty units.

(2) If there is a right lane must turn right sign at an intersection, a driver who is in the right marked lane when entering the intersection must turn right at the intersection.

Penalty: In the case of a bicycle, 3 penalty units;

In the case of any other vehicle, 5 penalty units.

No requirement to stop, apart from when a right turn arrow is red.