Community immunisation clinics
Brisbane City Council provides free vaccinations to eligible residents and a range of vaccines for purchase through our community immunisation clinics. Immunisation helps protect people against diseases such as measles, whooping cough, polio and tetanus. Providing a free immunisation service is another way Council is helping deliver our Brisbane Vision.
Council's community immunisation clinics offer free vaccinations to residents aged from six weeks and above. Council also offers vaccines to purchase, including bexsero, influenza, tetanus, diphtheria and whooping cough. Please check with Council’s Contact Centre on 07 3403 8888 or email the Immunisation team for flu vaccine availability.
Take a look at the National Immunisation Program Schedule for advice about when you should be vaccinated. Also find information on:
- attending a Council community immunisation clinic – what parents and carers must bring
- consent form (PDF - 144kb).
Select a marker on the Google map to find Council's community immunisation clinic details including:
- opening hours and days.
Alternatively, to find clinic details including dates, you can download the:
- Free community immunisation clinics timetable – July-December 2022 (PDF – 585kb)
- Free community immunisation clinics timetable – July-December 2022 (Word – 207kb).
All clinics are closed on public holidays and during the Christmas holiday period.
Google map of community immunisation clinics
View community immunisation clinics in a larger map.
For further information on clinic locations and times, phone Council's Immunisation Service on 07 3403 8888 or email the Immunisation team.
Parents, legal guardians and carers can take a child to a Council community immunisation clinic.
A parent or legal guardian must bring their:
- child's immunisation records (also known as the 'red book').
In addition to the child’s immunisation records, carers (e.g.Grandparents, non-legal guardians) must also bring the following documents signed by the child’s parent or legal guardian: