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Where to get vaccinated

Find a vaccination centre near you

Get vaccinated at your GP or local pharmacy

The easiest and fastest way to get vaccinated this winter is through your GP or local pharmacy.

Being up to date with vaccination is your best protection against severe illness. If you haven’t already, book your third or winter fourth dose via the vaccine clinic finderExternal Link .

Remember to wear a face mask when you get vaccinated in any healthcare setting.

How to book your vaccination

  • Book your third dose or winter fourth dose with your GP or local pharmacy via the vaccine clinic finderExternal Link .
  • You can use the online booking systemExternal Link to book an appointment at a vaccination centre or you can call the Victorian Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398, seven days a week, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. For an interpreter, press 0.
  • You can also request an Auslan interpreter when making your booking
  • The flu vaccine is your best protection against the flu this year, just as the COVID-19 vaccine is your best protection against COVID-19. You can get your flu vaccination at your GP or local pharmacy. You can find a GP through the Royal Australian College of General PractitionersExternal Link and local pharmacies can be found through the Pharmacy Guild of AustraliaExternal Link . It is safe to get your flu and COVID-19 vaccines on the same day, or at the same time.

    COVD-19 vaccines are free for all Victorians through vaccination hubs, GPs and pharmacies. Free flu vaccines may be available to people who are eligible under the National Immunisation PlanExternal Link from these COVID-19 vaccination centres:

    • Frankston Community Vaccination Hub, Frankston
    • Hume Global Learning Centre, Broadmeadows
  • All state-run vaccination centres are accessible for people with a disability. Click on ‘More info’ for each centre in the table below for accessibility details.

    For more information, including how to access a Disability Liaison Officer who can help you book your vaccination, visit the Additional information for specific groups page.

List of vaccination centres

Vaccination centres map

Find a vaccination centres nearest to you.

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.

Reviewed 22 July 2022

24/7 Coronavirus Hotline

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