The Free COVID-19 Vaccine is now available to Medicare card holders only.
Our booking system will assist you in checking eligibility (phases based) prior to confirming your booking.
Please complete emailed forms within 24 hours or the booking may be cancelled.
Please also read important information below.
Updated 25 February 2022 - PLEASE READ PRIOR TO BOOKING
COVID19 Vaccine Dose 3/Booster (Pfizer)
The Government recently announced a 3rd Dose of the COVID-19 Vaccine to IMMUNOCOMPROMISED (at least 2 months after your 2nd dose) and a BOOSTER Shot (at least 3 months after your 2nd dose) to adults over 18. You can now book this online.
Online Bookings are now available for both types of COVID-19 Vaccines (if stock runs out, you won't be able to book and will just have to check again at random).
- ALL COVID19 Vaccines MUST be booked online, with all appropriate forms completed. We do NOT take phone appointments for the COVID-19 Vaccine.
- All forms must be completed within 24 hours of making the booking or your booking will be cancelled (2nd Dose Consent forms must be completed 24 hours prior to that appointment).
- We WILL verify eligibility in person, if you FAIL to verify, you will be DECLINED. Please answer questions truthfully.
- Please be respectful to our staff, there is a zero tolerance policy to bad behaviour.
ROLLOUT of the NOVOVAX Vaccine for Adults - NOW AVAILABLE
ROLLOUT of the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine for 5 yrs to 11 yrs
Bookings are now available online. These bookings are available from 5pm onwards on weeknights.
ROLLOUT of the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine for 12 years of age and over
The COVID-19 Vaccine will be provided to those of age 12 years and over. You will need to hold a Medicare card.
ROLLOUT of AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine for 18 years of age and over
We are currently out of stock of the AstraZeneca and are not taking any further bookings at this stage. You can take a Pfizer booster shot.
For more information on the COVID-19 Vaccine, please visit: https://www.health.gov.au/initiatives-and-programs/covid-19-vaccines
Are COVID-19 Vaccines safe?
Yes. The individual benefit-to-risk balance of vaccination with the COVID-19 vaccine varies with age. This balance is based on factors including the increased risk of complications from COVID-19 with increasing age and the potential lower risk of this very rare, but serious, adverse event with increasing age.
Is the COVID-19 Vaccine safe for those who are pregnant or breast feeding?
The Pfizer vaccine has been given recent advice that it is safe to have during pregnancy or breast feeding. More information is available on the Government's Health website. Please check with your regular GP or Gynaecologist/Obs if you are unsure.
What if I am worried about side effects?
If you have recently had your first vaccine dose and are experiencing any side effects that you are worried about, please book an appointment with a Doctor.
Report any side effects to NPSWise (8am to 8pm) 1300 134 237 & receive advice. If life threatening, call 000. Click here to learn more.
Do I need to have the same brand of COVID-19 Vaccine for my Second Dose?
If you have had your first COVID-19 vaccine dose without any serious side effects, you can receive your second dose as planned.
To ensure maximum long term immunity, it is important you receive two doses of the same COVID-19 vaccine. You cannot mix and match.
I’ve had my first dose of the COVID-19 Vaccine, and have side effects that I am worried about. What should I do?
If you have recently had your first vaccine dose and are experiencing any side effects that you are worried about, book an appointment for you to see your doctor or go to Emergency at your local Hospital.
Obtaining Evidence of Immunisation:
Vaccination providers record all vaccinations on the Australian Immunisation Register, as required by Australian law. You can view your vaccination record online through your:
We look forward to welcoming you and your family to our COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout.
Please note: This information may be updated by the Government regularly and potentially not on our website and therefore should not be utilised as final suggested advice. For the latest up to date information, visit: https://www.health.gov.au/initiatives-and-programs/covid-19-vaccines
We have a right to decline vaccination. Consent forms MUST be provided (either digitally or paper).
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