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.
More vaccination centres will be opening soon. As they open, we will list them on the website.
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
Book an appointment
Walk in appointments
- If you walk in, you should be prepared to wait until an immuniser is free to provide you with a vaccine. For current wait times, see the list at the top of this page.
- 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.
Important things to know for your vaccination appointment
AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine
If you are 50 years or older you will receive the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. More information about AstraZeneca is provided below to help you make a choice about receiving this vaccine:
Pfizer vaccine has been recommended by ATAGI as the preferred vaccine for people under the age of 50 years. Due to the very limited number of Pfizer doses currently available in Australia, people aged under 50 years who are part of the following groups are currently eligible to access to Pfizer vaccine across state vaccination centres:
- Phase 1a – Hotel quarantine, border workers, frontline healthcare and testing staff.
- Phase 1b (Priority 1) – Household members of hotel quarantine staff, all
As more Pfizer doses become available other people in Phase 1b who are aged under 50 years will be able to receive the Pfizer vaccine. If you are under 50 years and currently eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and you don’t want to wait to receive a Pfizer vaccine you can choose to receive an AstraZeneca vaccine.
Reviewed 06 May 2021