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COVID-19 Vaccinations

How to book

You can book an appointment either via the green booking button below or by calling the Victorian State booking call centre on 1800 675 398

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Please note we are not currently taking walk-ins.

Vaccination centre locations

  • Warrnambool Vaccination Centre: Bayside City Plaza at 184 Merri Street.
  • The Camperdown COVID Vaccination Clinic is at the Corangamite Shire Civic Centre stadium on Manifold Street. Entry is via the carpark located at the rear of the building from Bath Street, with wheelchair access available at the front of the building on Manifold Street. The Camperdown Vaccination Clinic will be open on Tuesday, 9am to 4:30 pm. (Please note the centre will close between December 23 and Jan 12 inclusive).
  • All Abilities Clinic (Warrnambool): Wednesday morning 9:00am-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.

The Victorian Department of Health also have a number of helpful booking tips and resources for people who need assistance with interpreters, who require group bookings or who would like a vaccine appointment at their GP, pharmacy or at home. You can read more here. 

Booster dose

COVID-19 booster doses are now also available for anyone who has received their second dose of any COVID-19 vaccine more than 4 months ago (updated on 23/12/21) . Booster vaccinations are recommended for maximum protection against COVID-19. To make a booking please use the booking portal above or phone the Victorian call centre on 1800 675 398. If you are due for your booster shot between December 25th and January 6th, you are welcome to attend the centre early to get your dose.

Children aged 5-11 years

Bookings for vaccinations at one of our vaccination centres are now available. If you choose to go through a GP you may be able to book any time. To book, call the state call centre on 1800 675 398.

Vaccinations for 5-11 year old’s will be available in Warrnambool from Jan 11, and will be available in Camperdown from Jan 20 2022.

Please note that the vaccination centres will operate ‘paediatric’ and ‘adult’ vaccination days from January 19 onwards.

The All Abilities Clinic is also be available to any families and people living with a disability. It is open to adults on Wednesdays between 9am -12 pm.  and will begin vaccination for children on Jan 28 on Fridays. Please book directly with the clinic on 5564 4246.

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).

 

Children aged 12-15 years

The vaccination program was expanded to include 12-15 year old’s 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 the one you have used for any previous COVID vaccination bookings. 

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.

Moderna: Two doses are required given 4 weeks apart.

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

Information about the Pfizer vaccine.

Information about the Moderna vaccine.

Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccinations

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

*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

Please click the below link and follow the steps to set up ‘proof of vaccination’.

Get proof of COVID-19 vaccinations – FAQs

Page last updated: 6 January 2022

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