Who is eligible for free influenza vaccination?
Children aged between 6 months and under 5 years of age.
People aged 5 years and over who have a medical risk factor that increases their risk of complications from influenza
Aboriginal people from 6 months of age.
Adults aged 65 years and over
Influenza vaccine is not linked to the No Jab, No Pay or Play requirements.
Find more information about the flu and flu vaccine.
The Influenza vaccine is now available for all funded age groups and for purchase for those who do not qualify for the free vaccine. Those who qualify for the free vaccine are:
Our immunisation services team can visit your workplace to protect your staff from the flu which will reduce illness and absenteeism. Please contact us on 1300 368 333 for more details.
Book an Influenza vaccination
Book an onsite Influenza session
Not all recommended vaccines are included on the free schedule. Although the current Australian immunisation schedule protects against many serious diseases, there are some recommended vaccines that are partially or not funded.
Meningococcal B vaccine. (Funded for specific at risk individuals) Please contact your GP clinic to purchase this vaccine.
Meningococcal ACW&Y vaccine was added to the national schedule at 12 months of age from 1st July 2018. The vaccine is recommended from 6 weeks of age for early protection and is available for purchase for all age groups at community immunisation sessions or your GP.
An additional dose of chickenpox vaccine is recommended to increase protection to 95%. This vaccine can be purchased through free community sessions or your GP clinic.
In addition to government funded immunisations, we also provide non-funded vaccinations available at cost price. Our table below outlines the available non-funded immunisations. For all other vaccines, please contact your GP clinic.
How do I arrange a non-funded vaccination?
Make an appointment online or phone 1300 368 333
List the vaccine required in the notes.
Payment is made at appointment by EFTPOS only.
For travel vaccinations, contact your doctor or locate a travel clinic.