Council conducts appointment only immunisation sessions for the public in line with the National Immunisation Program. This is a free session available to arrange of people including:
• Babies, toddlers and young children
• Secondary school students
• Individuals under 20 years of age who require catch-up immunisations
• Pregnant women
• Medically at risk and other vulnerable people.
Tuesday 10 January, 5pm - 7pm
Galada Community Centre
Friday 13 January, 10am - 12pm
Civic Centre South Morang
Saturday 14 January, 10am - 12pm
Mernda Community Activity Centre
Monday 16 January, 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Kirrip Community Centre
Wednesday 18 January, 5pm - 7pm
Mill Park Baptist Church
Wednesday 25 January, 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Friday 27 January, 10am - 12pm
Before coming to a session, it’s important to know:
For information on the vaccines available at different ages, please visit our Immunsation age and vaccine page
A COVID-19 vaccine can be given on the same day, one after the other, with a flu vaccine.
There is no requirement for a time interval between these vaccines.
If your child is attending childcare or kindergarten, you will need to provide proof that your child is up to date with their immunisations.
Your childcare service provider will ask you for an Immunisation History Statement for your child when you enrol, and again six to seven months later.
If you do not provide an Immunisation History Statement, you child may not be able to attend childcare or kindergarten.
Your Commonwealth Family Tax Benefit Part A or the Childcare Rebate may be reduced if:
If your child requires immunisations, you should contact us or your GP to arrange them as soon as possible.
If you believe your child’s details on the Australian Immunisation Register are incorrect, you can contact your immunisation service provider.
Free catch-up vaccinations are available for people under the age of 20, refugees and people seeking asylum.
Catch-up immunisations may be required for a number of reasons, including:
If you or your child requires catch up information, please contact Council’s immunisation service on:
Call: 9217 2170
Already up to date with your vaccinations? You can also help keep our community healthy by telling your friends and family about this service.