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COVID-19 Vaccinations

Clinic information

ALL appointments via the green booking tile below or Victorian State booking call centre

1800 675 398

A reminder that state wide restrictions are in place and movement outside of your local area is to be avoided. To minimise the risk of transmission of COVID across the state, restricted access is in place to all of our campuses, including the COVID Vaccination Centre. If you are from Melbourne or any other area with known exposure sites, you will not be permitted on site without prior approval. Any enquiries please email COVID-19@swh.net.au

If you are booking for your 1st dose COVID-19 Vaccine wait at least 7 days after having your flu vaccination.

South West Healthcare is providing the COVID-19 vaccine to the community. The priority for access is in accordance with Commonwealth guidelines.

How to book

If you are unsure about your eligibility please use the eligibility checker first.

Make a booking online below or please call 1800 675 398

 Book here

Vaccination centre locations

  • Warrnambool Vaccination Centre: Bayside City Plaza at 184 Merri Street. Monday to Saturday, 9am to 4.30pm (Pfizer and AstraZeneca clinics). AstraZeneca walk-in’s are now available on Saturdays.
  • Camperdown Vaccination Clinic: Leura Oval (15 Adeney St). Tuesday and Wednesday 9 am – 3.30pm (Pfizer clinics only), Friday 9am – 3:30pm (AstraZeneca clinics only).
  • All Abilities Clinic (Warrnambool): Wednesday morning 9:45am-12pm, downstairs at the South West Healthcare Community Health building, Koroit Street. To make a booking for this clinic, email DisabilityLiaisonOfficer@swh.net.au or phone 5564 4246 and leave a message.

2nd Vaccine dose

You will receive a reminder from the DH via email or text message to book your second dose appointment.

If no 2nd dose appointments available in Warrnambool when you receive email or text continue to check appointment availability as currently 2nd dose appointments are only one month in advance due to supply.

Vaccines

Pfizer/BioNTech  and Moderna vaccinations

SWH is currently vaccinating people aged 12 years and over with Pfizer and Moderna vaccination  appointments. Both MRNA vaccinations are very similar and information can be found below. Both vaccinations are by appointment only via the booking link above.

Moderna: Two doses are required given 4 weeks apart.

Pfizer: Two doses are required, given 3 weeks apart.

Children aged 12-15 years: 

The vaccination program has expanded to include 12-15 years from 13 September.

  • Bookings can be made via the Coronavirus Hotline 1800 675 398 and the online portal above.
  • A parent or guardian must attend the vaccine appointment with the young person and provide consent for them (note: only one parent or guardian may attend with the young person).

Please note you will need to use an alternate email address to that you have used for any previous COVID vaccination bookings. 

Information about the Pfizer vaccine.

Information about the Modern vaccine.

Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccinations

SWH is currently vaccinating people 18 years and over with AstraZeneca.

Please note AstraZeneca vaccinations for 18-39 year olds by appointment ONLY.

Appointments and Walk-in capacity available for AstraZeneca vaccinations for those over the age of 39 years at SWH Vaccination Centre and Killara Centre Camperdown.

*Please need to read important information link below.

Important Information to read prior to receiving AZ

Important Information on pregnancy and breastfeeding.

A video message to pregnant women from RANZCOG President Dr Vijay Roach, he discusses COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy.

Vaccination reactions

If you experience a reaction after your COVID-19 vaccine that concerns you, please contact your usual GP. To assist with the national monitoring of vaccine safety, you can also submit a report via https://safevac.org.au

Proof of vaccination

Get proof of COVID-19 vaccinations – FAQs

Page last updated: 18 October 2021

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