Vaccination is the key to protecting Australians from COVID-19 and getting back to the way of life we know and love.
All Australians aged 50 years or above are now eligible to be vaccinated at our high-volume COVID-19 vaccination centres. Anyone can check their currently eligibility by using the Australian Government’s eligibility checker.
Visit the Australian Government website to check your eligibility
Before you make your booking
Have you had an AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccination before? If so, it is recommended you leave 12 weeks between your first and second dose to maximise efficacy.
Have you received any other vaccination in the last 14 days? If so, you are advised to leave at least 14 days before receiving your COVID-19 vaccine.
Have you had COVID-19 before? If you have had COVID-19 previously it is recommended you wait 3 months before receiving your COVID-19 vaccination. Vaccination is essential even if you have previously been infected to ensure ongoing protection.
Are you under 50 years of age?Adults under 50 years who wish to proceed with booking for the AstraZeneca vaccine should read the information provided by the Australian Government prior to booking. Our immunisers will ensure informed consent is obtained before vaccine administration.
Please answer the questions below. If you answer yes to any of the questions, please consult your General Practitioner (GP) for advice before making a booking.
Do you have any severe allergies, particularly anaphylaxis (to anything), or do you carry or have you been prescribed an adrenaline autoinjector (EpiPen)?
Have you had an allergic reaction after being vaccinated before?
Do you have a mast cell disorder?
Do you have a bleeding disorder?
Do you take any medicine to thin your blood (an anticoagulant therapy)?
Do you have a weakened immune system (immunocompromised)?
Are you pregnant (having a baby) or think you might be pregnant?
Are you planning to get pregnant?
Are you breastfeeding?
Have you been sick with a cough, sore throat, fever or are feeling sick in another way?
Have you had cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (a type of brain clot) in the past?*
Have you had heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (a rare reaction to heparin treatment) in the past?*
To avoid delays or disappointment, we highly recommend booking an appointment before attending the centre.
Walk-ins are accepted between 9.00am and 3.00pm daily, but you may have to wait for an immuniser to become available.
To book an appointment at one of our clinics, please call 1800 675 398.
Select option 1, then option 1, then option 1.
Frequently asked questions
Can I call a hospital to book my vaccination appointment?
Hospital sites are not taking public vaccination bookings as they are required to prioritise healthcare workers and other Phase 1a and Phase 1b recipients.
The only way to make an appointment at one of our public vaccination sites is by calling 1800 675 398.Select option 1, then option 1, then option 1.
Will the COVID-19 vaccination appear on Medicare Immunisation Registers?
Yes. COVID-19 vaccination will be recorded on the Australian Immunisation Register.
The record will then be made available on the MyGov website or the Express Plus Medicare app, where a person’s total immunisation history is listed, or a paper version can be printed out.
If I am not an Australian citizen will I be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine?
The Australian Government has made COVID-19 vaccines available free of charge for all Australian citizens, permanent residents and temporary visa holders.
Who do I contact if I have concerns regarding the COVID-19 vaccine?
The best person to talk to for advice about the COVID-19 vaccine is your doctor or healthcare provider as they will know your medical history and specific requirements.
I am afraid of needles, is there another way I can receive the COVID-19 vaccine?
The only way to administer the COVID-19 vaccine is by usinga needle. You can let your immunisation provider know that you are afraid of needles when you attend your appointment,and they can accommodate your needs.