We provide a free immunisation service for children to help protect them against childhood diseases such as measles, whooping cough, polio and tetanus etc.
For up to date immunisation schedule please visit
Adult immunisation clinic
It is recommended that people aged 65 years and over be vaccinated against pneumococcal and influenza diseases.
All patients 65 years and over can use our free immunisation service for these vaccines.
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults aged 50 years and older
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults aged 15 to 49 years with risk factors
The influenza vaccine is available from from mid April each year. The pneumococcal vaccine is available all year round.
Whooping Cough vaccine
Women in their third trimester of pregnancy and their partners can receive a free adult whooping cough vaccine through our immunisation clinics.
The shingles vaccine (Zostavax) is a free vaccine that has been added to the National Immunisation Program.
Zostavax is available from 1 November 2016 to people aged 70 years (a free single catch-up dose is available for adults aged 71-79 years until 31 October 2021).
Zostavax is available through our immunisation clinics.
Flu Vaccinations for Free*
The 2018 flu shot is now available and we encourage you to book now to protect you and your family.
Receiving the vaccine allows protection from the flu to develop well ahead of the peak transmission period, which usually falls around August.
The four influenza vaccines will cover two A strains of influenza (Michigan and Hong Kong) and two B strains of influenza (Brisbane and Phuket), as recommended by the World Health Organization.
Please call us on 8866 5544 or visit the clinic to receive your flu vaccination.
The flu vaccine is recommended for everyone from six months of age, but is available free under the National Immunisation Program for people who face a high risk from influenza and its complications. These are
- People aged 65 years and over
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait people aged six months to less than five years
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are aged 15 years and over
- Pregnant women
- People aged six months and over with medical conditions such as severe asthma, lung or heart disease, low immunity or diabetes that can lead to complications from influenza.
We can also provide vaccinations on site for patients who may not be eligible for the free vaccine but still need one for occupational risks or to protect vulnerable family members.
Please call us on 8866 5544 to Book an Appointment Today or book it online and see us for a quick and convenient flu vaccination to help reduce your risk of catching the flu this year.
*Note: Doctors consult fees will apply.