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COVID-19 Vaccination Program

The immunisation program for Covid-19 has begun. Phase 1a vaccines are being administered through public hospitals for individuals at most risk of contracting Covid-19. The Phase 1b rollout of the Covid-19 vaccination commenced on 22/3/2021 for eligible people in the community. These include people aged 70 and over, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 55 years and over, younger adults with specific health conditions, healthcare and some other front-line workers.

Please refer to our Home Page on this website for more information and links to documents

More detailed advice for health professionals on the administration of Covid-19 vaccinations is available from the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisations (ATAGI):



Influenza Vaccination

Is recommended for all Australians particularly those at higher risk of more serious complications. To find out more please visit https://www.health.gov.au/health-topics/flu-influenza#who-is-at-risk-from-flu 

We have received stock of the 2021 season influenza vaccination recommended for people from age 6 months to 64 years. These are $20. Please call us for an appointment if you would like a "Flu" vaccination. (NOTE: these vaccinations are not the most effective or recommended for people aged 65 and over).

The National Immunisation Program (government funded) vaccines have also now arrived. We are not yet running flu vaccination clinics as we are focussed on rolling out Covid-19 vaccinations. If you are here for an appointment you may be able to have an influenza vaccination, otherwise we plan to roll out vaccination clinics in the next 1-2 months

Eligiblility for government funded influenza vaccination includes:
- Age 65 and over --> receive a "boosted" high dose vaccine for a more effective immune response.
- Age 6 months to 5 years
- Aboriginal and Torres trait Islander people age 6 months and over
- In pregnancy
- Have a medical condition placing you at higher risk of serious disease (eg. asthma, emphysema, heart disease, diabetes, suppressed immunity).


Standard Pre-Vaccination Checklist (From the Australian Immunisation Handbook):

Pre-Vaccination Checklist