Council immunisation clinics
Immunisation is a simple, safe and effective way of protecting people against harmful diseases before they come into contact with them in the community. Brisbane City Council's immunisation clinics provide free vaccinations to eligible residents.
While the infection may cause a persistent cough in adolescents and adults, whooping cough in young children can obstruct breathing, resulting in a lack of oxygen and even death.
There has been an increase in the number of cases of whooping cough in Queensland, particularly in babies under six months of age. You can stop this disease by:
Information on Council's children's immunisation clinics including locations, dates and times and consent forms.
Find details on the locations and dates and times for Council's seniors' immunisation clinics.
Council immunisation clinics immunise secondary school students who have missed school vaccinations. Find out more.
View the National and Medical Research Council's vaccination schedule for Queensland.
Find information on diseases and immunisation, including possible immunisation side effects.
Information about who is eligible for immunisation at Council immunisation clinics, including information for children, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, seniors and students.
Find out how to get immunisation records from Council and the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register.