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.

Clinic eligibility

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.

Take a look at the National Immunisation Program Schedule for advice about when you should be vaccinated.

Flu vaccines are now available for all age groups

Eligible recipients can obtain a free yearly influenza (flu) vaccination at one of Council's community immunisation clinics. 

People eligible for the free flu vaccine are:

  • all children from six months to less than five years of age (State government funded)
  • pregnant women at any stage of pregnancy (influenza and whooping cough vaccination can be given at the same time OR at different times during pregnancy)
  • all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged six months and older
  • individuals aged six months and over with medical conditions which increase the risk of influenza disease complications
  • persons 65 years and older.

Those who are not eligible can purchase the vaccine from any Council community immunisation clinic for $21.55.

Online bookings

Bookings are preferred for all immunisation clinics.

To speed up your visit, the immunisation consent form (PDF - 150kb) can be filled out online and printed prior to attending a clinic. Hard copies will also be available at clinics.

What parents and carers must bring

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:

Note: If you require overseas vaccinations to be uploaded to the Australian Immunisation Register, please email all records and personal details to A member of the Immunisation team will then contact you.

Book your appointment online now

Please note we are not a COVID-19 immunisation clinic and do not administer the COVID-19 vaccine. Visit the Queensland Health website for information on how you can book a COVID-19 vaccine.

Clinic locations and timetables

Select a marker on the Google map to find immunisation clinic details including location and opening days/times.

Alternatively, download the clinics timetable:

Note: All clinics are closed on public holidays and during the Christmas holiday period. 

Map of community immunisation clinic locations

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.

Last updated: 1 September 2023

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