Vaccinations for 5 to 11 year olds
Many centres also offer walk-in vaccinations for children aged 5 years and older. See the list of vaccination centres on this page for details.
Children 5 to 11 years old must be accompanied by a parent/guardian who can provide consent for the vaccination.
How to book your vaccination
- You can use the to book an appointment at a vaccination centre or you can call the Victorian Coronavirus Hotline on
, seven days a week, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. For an interpreter, press 0.
- Read more about , including information on third doses and winter doses.
- You can also request an Auslan interpreter when making your booking.
- Call the hotline if you want to cancel an appointment. You cannot consult a doctor if you get your COVID-19 vaccine at a Victorian vaccination centre.
- You can also get your COVID-19 vaccine through participating
- Eligible people, including people over the age of 60, can also book a free .
- The Department of Health is proactively contacting Victorians to discuss their third dose vaccination options. The Department of Health will only call from .
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.
It is safe to get your flu and COVID-19 vaccines on the same day, or at the same time.
From 9 May:
- Campbellfield Ford Complex Drive-through
- Caroline Springs Leisure Centre IPC
From 10 May:
- Frankston Community Vaccination Hub, Frankston
- Hume Global Learning Centre, Broadmeadows
- Sandown Racecourse, Springvale
From 12 May:
- Melton Vaccination Hub (indoors), Melton West
- Sunshine Hospital – Western Health, St Albans
From 13 May:
- Shepparton Showgrounds, Shepparton
From 16 May:
- Kilmore District Health, Kilmore
- Wodonga Vaccination Hub, Wodonga
From 17 May:
- NCN Health, Cobram
From 23 May:
- Traralgon Racecourse, Traralgon East
- Warragul Goods Shed, Warragul
From 26 May:
- Our Lady of Sion College, Sale
See ‘More info’ in the vaccination table below for more details.
Many vaccination centres now offer general public walk-ins for anybody aged 12 and over. To find out which centres offer general public walk-ins, see the list of vaccination centres below.
Please note that the following priority groups can visit any Victorian vaccination centre for a walk-in vaccination, without needing to book an appointment:
- aged and disability care workers aged 12 and over
- people with disability aged 12 and over
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 5 and over
- women who are pregnant aged 12 and over
- people with underlying medical conditions aged 12 and over.
We encourage you to attend a Victorian vaccination centre with enhanced accessibility, including on-site hearing augmentation devices and communication tools. Click on the centre name to view a PDF picture of the site and access points:
A number of pop-up clinics have also been set up to assist people who need additional support through the vaccination process. The clinics are for people living with disability and/or mental illness, their carers, and people who may have anxiety about medical procedures. For a list of these clinics and booking details, visit the .
What to bring
Wear a face mask and be COVIDSafe when you're in a vaccination centre.
- You must make a booking online or by calling the Coronavirus Hotline on to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at the drive-through.
- Each person in the car will need to make an individual booking.
- Only small vehicles (for example cars) can be accepted at this vaccination centre. Large vehicles like buses or trucks cannot be accepted. Your vehicle must fit in a standard car park.
- Motorcycles and bicycles are not accepted.
- People receiving a COVID-19 vaccine must be seated next to a window that opens so that staff can reach your upper arm.
- Wear a face mask.
- You will be screened for eligibility, symptoms and isolation status at entry. You will not be allowed to get your vaccination if you are ineligible.
- Please follow staff instructions - they will tell you when to move your car and when to turn your engine off. Please drive slowly and follow speed limits.
- After your vaccination, staff will monitor you for 15 minutes while you stay in your car. Staff will tell you what to do if you feel unwell during this time.
List of vaccination centres
A variety of pop-up vaccination clinics are currently available for walk-ins at various schools across Victoria. See the full list of pop-up clinics and opening hours below.
- Barton Primary School - 90 Everlasting Boulevard, Cranbourne West - Saturday, 28 May 10:30 am - 2:30 pm
- Barton Primary School - 90 Everlasting Boulevard, Cranbourne West - Saturday, 4 June 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
- Bass Coast Specialist School - 6 Mckenzie Street, Wonthaggi - Tuesday, 31 May 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
- Brunswick North Primary School - Pearson Street, Brunswick West - Tuesday, 24 May 4 pm - 6 pm
- Coburg West Primary School - 185 -187 Reynard Street, Coburg - Sunday, 29 May 10 am - 1 pm
- Pascoe Vale North Primary School - Kent Road and Derby Street, Pascoe Vale - Thursday, 26 May 3.30 pm - 6.30 pm
- Roxburgh Homestead Primary School - 21 - 33 McPherson Boulevard, Roxburgh Park - Friday, 27 May - Sunday, 29 May 10:00 am - 3:00 pm (entry is via Homestead Run, near Food Works)
- Victorian College for The Deaf - 597 St Kilda Road, Melbourne - Friday, 30 May 2 pm - 4 pm
- Wyndham Central Secondary College - 101 Shaws Road, Werribee - Tuesday, 24 May and Thursday 26 May 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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 27 May 2022