The Department of Health (DoH) constantly updates the eligibility conditions to determine which groups can receive the AstraZeneca or Pfizer vaccines.
Though we’re not providing COVID vaccinations to anyone at all, below you’ll find links to reliable information on:
- who’s eligible to get vaccinated;
- where the vaccination centres and clinics are located, and
- how to book an appointment.
Please note: If you’d like to discuss your COVID vaccine options with one of our GPs, you’ll need to book an appointment as usual. We charge regular rates for such appointments (i.e. there will be out of pocket costs).
Who’s Eligible for a COVID Vaccine?
The rules on vaccine eligibility vary among age groups and are constantly changing. For the most up-to-date information, we suggest keeping an eye on the Victorian Government’s COVID website.
For Federal Government updates and broader information on the national vaccine rollout, please visit the DoH website.
Where to Get Your COVID Shot
Visit the Victorian Government website for a complete list of vaccine centres in Melbourne and regional Victoria.
You can book your COVID-19 vaccination appointment online or by calling the Department of Health Victorian Vaccine Coordination Centre on 1800 675 398. Most vaccine centres and clinics are VERY busy, but please keep on trying to secure an appointment.
Walk-in appointments are available at some centres – please check the Victorian Government website for up-to-date info, including anticipated wait times.
The closest vaccine centre offering COVID vaccines are:
- Port Melbourne Vaccination Clinic
Port Melbourne Football Club (enter via Ingles St)
541 Williamstown Road, Port Melbourne
03 7033 1888