The City of Ballarat immunisation service aims to ensure the health and wellbeing of every resident in our community by reducing the incidence of vaccine preventable disease.

Qualified Nurse Immunisers provide the complete schedule of vaccines on the National Immunisation Program to the community. These are offered in several locations across Ballarat at regular intervals. This service is flexible with a mix of drop-in and appointment services in the City of Ballarat

PLEASE NOTE : The City of Ballarat does not provide advice or vaccinations for travel purposes. For information and advice about travel vaccinations contact the Travel Medicine Clinic (10 Drummond St Sth) or the Federation University's Health Centre


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Immunisation appointments at the locations below or at The Phoenix, 25 Armstrong Street South, Ballarat can be made by calling +61 3 53205 155

Day Location When 

Sebastopol Ballarat Community Health
260 Vickers St

9.30am -1pm
2nd and 4th Tuesday
of month
Appointment only
Wednesday Girrabanya Centre for Children and Families
11B Steinfeld St

10am - 3.45pm
 Every Wednesday
Appointment Only

 Thursday Girrabanya Centre for Children and Families
11B Steinfeld St
9am - 12
Every Thursday
Drop in session

 Friday Cooinda Centre
10 Learmonth Rd
Every Friday
Appointment only

 Saturday  Girrabanya Centre for Children and Families
11B Steinfeld St

9am - 12pm
2nd & 4th Saturdays of each month
Drop in Session

(Excludes Easter Saturday)


To make an immunisation appointment, including appointments for ‘catch-up’ immunisation or advice, call+61 3 5320 5720.


All residents who are eligible to hold a current Medicare card will be provided with vaccines on the National Immunisation Program free of charge.

Other Options

Immunisation services are also readily available through General Practitioners, community health centres and Aboriginal health services.


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Immunisation records for vaccinations provided by the City of Ballarat Immunisation Service are available. These statements do not include immunisations carried out by other health provider’s e.g. local doctor or Community Health Centre.

The School Entry Immunisation Certificate & Australian Childhood Immunisation Register (ACIR)

The Australian Childhood Immunisation Register (ACIR) is in the process of transitioning to the new and expanded Australian Immunisation Register (AIR).

The AIR will provide a national database that keeps a record of all vaccines given to children up to the age of 20 years. It is the responsibility of immunisation providers to report vaccines administered to AIR. A history statement of a child's immunisation status is automatically posted to the family address (as registered with Medicare) at one, two and five years of age.

The AIR mails a school entry certificate to parents on completion of four-year-old vaccines.  If a child's immunisation records are incomplete or missing, call the City of Ballarat immunisation service at+61 3 5320 5720.

For information about the AIR, visit the Department of Human Services

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Flu Immunisation

An annual influenza vaccine is recommended and is provided free to people in medical risk-groups. The City of Ballarat offers a flu immunisation program.


How much does the Flu Vaccine cost?

The flu vaccine is free to people over 65 years, Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people, pregnant women or people with an eligible medical condition. For all other people, the cost of the flu vaccine is $20. EFTPOS and credit card facilities are available.


Can I get the Flu Vaccination at work?

Yes, the City of Ballarat Immunisation Nurses also visit businesses in the Ballarat area to immunise staff for the Flu Vaccine. For information or to book the service, call 5320 5850.

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