Where and how to get your COVID-19 and flu vaccination

Where to get your COVID-19 and flu vaccination and how to book an appointment to protect yourself and your loved ones.

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Get a winter booster

An additional booster dose is now available for people aged 65 and over and people at higher risk of serious illness from COVID-19. You can receive your winter COVID-19 vaccination 4 months after your first booster dose or 3 months after a confirmed COVID-19 infection if you’ve had COVID-19 since your first booster dose. 

Get a flu vaccination

Flu is already circulating in NSW for the first time in two years, coinciding with continuing COVID-19 cases. A flu vaccine is available and recommended now. It is free for all people in NSW over the age of 6 months during June 2022.

The flu jab is always free for people aged 65 year and over, children aged 6 months to under 5 years old, Aboriginal people, pregnant women and people at higher risk of serious illness from flu.

Some providers may charge an administration or consultation fee for the flu vaccine. Ask your GP or pharmacist if this applies to you. 

Where to get your vaccination

Vaccination appointments are available at thousands of locations across NSW including pharmacies, GPs and NSW Health clinics.

Find the next available appointment at a location near you. 

Get a booster vaccination

COVID-19 booster vaccinations are now available in NSW. Check what boosters you are eligible for and find a location near you.


COVID-19 vaccination for children aged 5 to 11 years old

COVID-19 vaccine appointments are available for children aged 5 to 11.


NSW Health vaccination clinics

NSW Health vaccination clinics offer free COVID-19 vaccines to everyone eligible across NSW.


Get the facts about COVID-19 vaccination

What you need to know about COVID-19 vaccination and how vaccines are tested and approved.


Get a flu vaccination

Free flu vaccinations will be available to all NSW residents over the age of 6 months from 1 to 30 June 2022. Make an appointment with your GP or pharmacist to get vaccinated.

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COVID-19 vaccination for workers

Some workers are required to have a COVID-19 vaccination to continue working.

Find out about the rules and how to get a vaccination

 

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