Everyone in Australia aged 5 years and over is eligible for free COVID-19 vaccination.
Getting a COVID-19 vaccine protects you from getting very sick or even dying from COVID-19. Getting vaccinated also helps protect people around you by slowing the spread of the virus.
Disability vaccination hubs
These clinics help people with disability, their family and carers, and the disability workforce get vaccinated in the fastest way possible specific to their circumstances.
In addition to booked appointments which can be made via the button below, there are also walk-in service for people with disability that do not have an appointment. Department of Health have assured that people that choose the walk-in option and present on the day will be prioritised.
For more Australia and state wide information on vaccines click on the buttons below:
National Relay Service: 133 677
National COVID-19 helpline: 1800 020 080Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS National): Call 131 450 and ask for the National COVID-19 helpline.
You may need a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine to really be protected from COVID-19.
Booster doses are now available. If you have any questions about vaccinations you should talk to your GP or specialist.
Fact sheet about the third dose
Fact sheet about booster doses
The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) has approved a winter dose of COVID-19 vaccine to increase vaccine protection before winter for people at greatest risk of severe illness from COVID-19.
If you have received your primary vaccination and third dose and are:
- A resident in an aged care or disability care facilities
- Aged 16 years and older
- Are severely immunocompromised
You can receive your winter dose 4 months after receiving your third dose, or from 4 months after a confirmed COVID-19 infection, if infection has occurred since the person’s third dose.
Read more about this.
Fourth Doses for Immunocompromised People
ATAGI also recommends that people aged 18 years and older who are severely immunocompromised receive a fourth doses of the vaccine, 3 months after their third primary dose.
Read more here.