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Currently we have Moderna (Spikevax) available for Covid-19 vaccination. Call the clinic to book.

This practice strongly encourages childhood vaccinations. All childhood vaccines on the National Immunisation Schedule are provided free of charge. 

The practice stocks a wide range of travel vaccines including Yellow Fever, that are provided at for the benefit of our patients going overseas. Remember that to be effective, most vaccinations should be planned and delivered well before the travel date.

The Queensland Immunisation Program is available from the link provided below.

  • Free Influenza vaccines for over 65-year-olds, Pregnant Women as well as individuals “at-risk” who have a chronic illness.
  • Free Influenza vaccine in Qld for all children under 5yrs for the winter season 2023
  • Free Pneumococcal vaccine for 70-year-olds (PCV 13).
  • Free Herpes Zoster (Shingles) vaccine for 70-79yr olds
  • FREE Meningitis Booster for 15-19yr old Teenagers
  • Free Pneumonia vaccine for most indigenous patients.
  • Free Influenza vaccine for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • Whooping cough vaccine is free for pregnant women in their last trimester and is available for purchase by new fathers / grand-parents and carers of young babies.
  • The cervical cancer vaccine is available for purchase for all women from 20 to 45 years.
  • FREE catch up Cervical Cancer vaccine for eligible teenagers under 19

Free Pneumococcal Vaccine. PCV13. for 70 years and over

This vital vaccine offers the best available protection against pneumonia and has been widely used in Australia to successfully protect our infants from this disease.

Free Meningococcal ACWY VACCINE

There were around 87 cases of Meningococcal disease in Australia in 2020. 31 of these could have been prevented by simple free vaccination.
54 of these could have been prevented by the privately available Meningococcal B vaccine

This vaccine is available to teenagers aged 15-19 years in Queensland. However, if your child is between these ages then they are not protected until vaccinated!

Please check out the most accurate information in Australia at the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance as well as AusVax Safety if you are having any concerns.

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