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Where can I get immunised?

You can get vaccinations from a range of vaccination providers, including your local GP and school-based immunisation programs.

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You can get your vaccine from a range of vaccination providers. In Australia, general practices (your local doctor) generally give vaccines. In addition, you can get vaccines through:

  • local council or community health clinics
  • Aboriginal Medical Services
  • school based immunisation programs
  • workplaces.

In some situations, vaccinations may also be given at:

  • travel medicine clinics
  • public hospitals
  • staff occupational health clinics
  • aged care facilities
  • pharmacies.

Not all of these vaccination providers are able to provide free vaccines under the National Immunisation Program (NIP). Contact your preferred vaccination provider to ask about the specific vaccines they can provide.

Finding a provider near you

To find an immunisation provider near you:

Once you have found a provider, follow our six steps to getting vaccinated.

Last updated: 
2 July 2018
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