Vaccination centre wait times
This provides an indication of wait times for walk ins during opening hours at each centre. These times do not apply if you have an appointment. This is updated regularly.
Walk ins and bookings at vaccination centres
Currently, walk in appointments are not available for Pfizer vaccine. Walk ins are still available at some sites for AstraZeneca vaccine. Information on walk ins may change daily.
More vaccination centres will be opening soon. As they open, we will list them on the website.
People who have already received a first dose of AstraZeneca can walk into any vaccination centre offering walk ins for people aged 60 years or over.
People can and should book today to receive their second dose of the Pfizer vaccine if they are due. Appointments are progressively being made available.
If you walk in, you should be prepared to wait until an immuniser is free to provide you with a vaccine. There will be active queue management in place at these centres.
Please be patient and understanding while health professionals work as hard as possible to vaccinate you quickly and safely. If you are uncomfortable with the possibility of waiting outside, then we recommend you book an appointment with your doctor (GP) to get your COVID-19 vaccine.
What to bring
You will need to wear a face mask and be COVIDSafe when you’re in a vaccination centre.
Find a vaccination centre near you
The vaccination centres nearest to you will display in a list and on the map.
You can make the map larger or smaller using the buttons in the bottom left corner of the map. You can move the map around by tapping/clicking and dragging.
Tap or click the vaccination centre icons for more details about each centre.
How to get to a vaccination centre
The opening and walk in times are subject to change so check before going to one of the centres.
The following centres are accepting walk ins
The following centres are by appointment only
Reviewed 29 July 2021