Where and how to get your COVID-19 and flu vaccinations
Where to get your COVID-19 vaccination and boosters, and flu shot, and how to book an appointment to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Get your second booster
An additional booster dose is now recommended for people aged 50 and over and people at higher risk of serious illness from COVID-19.
You can receive your second COVID-19 booster 3 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.
People aged 30 to 49 can get an additional COVID-19 booster if they wish.
Protecting young children
Young children may be more at risk from flu than COVID-19.
Parents of children aged 6 months and over are urged to get their kids vaccinated against the flu as soon as possible.
Children aged 5 and over can be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Vaccination is recommended for children aged 6 months to under 5 who are severely immunocompromised, have a disability, or have complex and/or multiple health conditions which increase the risk of severe COVID-19.
Children who have previously had COVID-19 can receive the vaccine 3 months after infection.
Flu and COVID-19 vaccines can be given at the same time.
Get a flu vaccination
Flu is circulating widely in NSW for the first time in two years, coinciding with continuing COVID-19 cases.
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 clinics.
Find the next available appointment at a location near you.
COVID-19 booster vaccinations are now available in NSW. Check what boosters you are eligible for and find a location near you.
What you need to know about COVID-19 vaccination and how vaccines are tested and approved.
Evidence based information about COVID-19 vaccines, and where to find them.