Public immunisation sessions

Find a public immunisation session near you (2019 timetable) or check the 2020 timetable

Use the links above to find a session that is convenient for you - there's no need to book! 

Before coming to a session, please note: 

  • If your child is receiving vaccinations, please bring their Child Health Record (green book) and any documented evidence of previous vaccinations given.

  • It's best to wear comfortable and loose-fitting clothing to the session. 

  • When at the session, a nurse will discuss any possible reactions and address any concerns you have before you are administered any vaccines. You will need to remain seated as we deliver the vaccination.  

  • You will need to stay in the waiting area for at least 15 minutes after your vaccination, just in case you have a reaction to the vaccine (this is a rare occurance)

If you need additional vaccination doses, a return date will be stamped or written on a Immunisation Record Card.

All vaccinations issued during our public sessions will be recorded on Council’s database and reported to the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR).

Groups eligible for free vaccinations:

Council provides scheduled vaccines for free for:

  • babies, infants and young children

  • secondary school students

  • individuals under 20 years of age who require catch up immunisations

  • pregnant women; and,

  • medically at risk and other vulnerable people.

For those ineligible for free vaccinations, Council can provide some vaccines at a cost. A full pricing schedule will be accessible on this webpage soon.


Updated : 4:51 PM, 26 July 2019

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