How to get the vaccine
Where you can receive a COVID-19 vaccine
Anyone who is currently eligible can book an appointment to receive a vaccine through the following sites:
- General Practices
- Community Health Services
- Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services
- Vaccination centres.
If you have a pre-existing medical condition and you have concerns or questions about getting a COVID-19 vaccine, the best place to get your COVID-19 vaccine is at your GP. Your GP will be able to talk to you about your health. People who are aged over 70 are still encouraged to receive their COVID-19 vaccine at their GP.
How to book your COVID-19 vaccination appointment
There are several options for how to book your COVID-19 vaccination appointment.
Book at a vaccination centre
- Book an appointment by calling . If you need an interpreter, call the Victoria Coronavirus Hotline and press 0.
- Walk-ins are accepted at some centres. If you walk in, you should be prepared to wait until an immuniser is free to provide you with a vaccine. Check which centres .
Use the Australian Government Eligibility Checker to make a booking
- You will be able to view and select a location based on the postcode you enter.
- A list of vaccination clinics and participating General Practices will be made available as they come online. This includes high-volume vaccination centres and Victorian health services.
- More appointments will become available as more clinics come on-board.
Other ways COVID-19 vaccines are being delivered in Victoria
Hospital Immunisation Hubs
- These sites are being used to vaccinate eligible workforces in phase 1a or phase 1b by invitation and appointment only.
- Outreach services are offering vaccination in some workplaces, aged care facilities and disability care facilities and other sensitive accommodation settings.
- These services continue to provide vaccines to phase 1a and 1b priority groups.
Reviewed 03 May 2021