You can get a free COVID-19 vaccination if you are aged 40 years and over. People aged 18-39 can get the AstraZeneca vaccine (only at participating medical clinics, or certain vaccination centres). COVID-19 vaccines are free, safe and voluntary. The more people who choose to get vaccinated, the greater the protection for those vaccinated and the whole community. The best person to talk to if you have concerns about your health and being vaccinated against COVID-19 is your doctor/general practitioner (GP). Read more about COVID-19 vaccines here.
Your immunisation history statement and COVID-19 digital certificate both show proof of your COVID-19 vaccination status.
Getting vaccinated isn’t just about ‘not catching COVID’, as critically important as that is.
It’s about reclaiming our old lives; the things we once took for granted.
Meeting grandchildren, hugging your mum, catching up with friends.
It’s about music festivals, first dates and dancefloor introductions.
It’s about an end to home-schooling, and hitting the open road.
It’s about safety, certainty, security and regaining control over your life.
It’s about moving away from ‘crisis mode’, so we can get busy building the future we all want.
Book your vaccine appointment
Information about how to book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment.
Who can get vaccinated against COVID-19
Information about the phases of rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines.
Translated information about COVID-19 vaccines
Getting vaccinated protects yourself and your loved ones. When enough of us are vaccinated, life will be better for everyone.
Access to a translator for the COVID-19 hotline COVID-19 hotline
If you are concerned, call the COVID-19 hotline 1800 675 398 (24 Hours).
If you need an interpreter, call the COVID-19 hotline 1800 675 398 and press 0.
Please keep Triple Zero (000) for emergencies only.
COVID-19 translated information for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, health professionals and industry. Information includes factsheets and promotional materials.