IMPORTANT: Please do not visit the pharmacy if you have any COVID/Flu-related symptoms
or deemed a close contact.
Please note that we are currently NOT providing vaccinationsto children aged 5 to 11 years old
COVID-19 booster vaccine advice
Boosters are recommended to maintain immunity against COVID-19.
You are eligible for a COVID-19 booster dose if you:
are 16 years and older, and
completed a primary dose course of COVID-19 vaccination at least 3 months ago.
Winter Dose (Available from the April 2022)
As Australia moves into winter, an additional booster dose, also referred to as a ‘winter dose‘, is recommended for people at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19.
You should get another COVID-19 booster dose, if it has been 4 months since your first booster dose and you fit into one of the below categories,
65 years or older
a resident of an aged care or disability care facility
Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and aged 50 years and older.
This visual diagram outlines which vaccines and doses are recommended for each age and population group.
* Please note that People who have had COVID-19 should also wait at least 4 months before having an additional booster dose.
Co-administration of COVID and Flu vaccines
A COVID-19 vaccination and an influenza vaccination can be administered at the same time and may be provided during the same attendance, please advise staff on arrival.
Booster doses for 16 and 17 year olds
If you are 16 or 17 (or have turned 16 since you had your primary dose of COVID-19 vaccine) you can have the Pfizer vaccine as a booster dose.
Booster doses for people aged 18 years and older
If you are aged 18 years or older, you can have the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine as a booster dose regardless of which vaccine you had for your first 2 doses.
On the day of your Covid-19 Vaccination please bring the following,
A face mask
Valid photo identification
Proof of your previous vaccination (if applicable)
A completed COVID-19 vaccination consent form MUST be presented to staff on the day. Consent form can be downloaded using the links below or obtained when visiting our pharmacy.
What to expect on the day of your appointment:
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your nominated vaccination appointment time
Please allow for a minimum of 30 minutes between arrival and completion of vaccination. This includes a minimum 15-minute observation period after your vaccination.
If you have language difficulties please organise for a carer or family member to aid you in understanding any of the vaccination requirements and assist you with completing consent form.
Please tell your healthcare provider if you have any side effects that worry you. You can also report suspected side effects to NPS Medicinewise on 1300 134 237.
We ask that you follow instructions at all times as we strive to maintain a Covid safe environment for customers and staff.
Please talk to your doctor if you have any questions or concerns before getting your COVID-19 vaccination.
Please note the Covid-19 vaccine is administered free of charge.
All vaccination injections will be uploaded to AIR (Australian Immunisation Registered) with 24 hours of the completion of your vaccination. If you require a vaccination certificate for work or other urgent reasons, please let the team know.
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