The City of Port Phillip offers a comprehensive community immunisation program for children, secondary school students and adults.

Influenza vaccine update

Council provides the influenza vaccine for free, to people eligible under the National Immunisation Program (NIP) - including children from 6 months to under 5 years, people with underlying medical conditions, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, pregnant women and adults aged 65 years and over.

Council is able to provide the influenza vaccine for those not eligible under the NIP at a fee of $20 per dose. 


The City of Port Phillip provide free vaccines under the National Immunisation Program if you meet the immunisation eligibility criteria.

The 2022 seasonal flu vaccine is now available at all sessions. Please book following the links below.

We also provide some fee for service vaccines that are not funded. Payment for these vaccines can be made at the sessions with Eftpos only. See below Fee for Service Immunisations.

Sessions and bookings

To book an immunisation session, select your preferred date.

Remember to bring your child's Health Record book to the session.

To protect the health of our staff and continue to be able to provide this service we encourage anyone aged 8 years and over to wear a mask/face covering while at the immunisation venue.




If you book a session, please arrive at your scheduled appointment time.

If you are unable to make an appointment, you may still attend a session and wait to be served. Sessions are all well-staffed to ensure clients are served promptly.

Please note, we cannot assist anyone arriving later than the closing times specified.

For a full list of session dates and times, download the immunisation calendar:

Influenza Vaccines and Other Funded Vaccines

Fee for Service Immunisations - Available at the sessions via card payment only

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