COVID-19 Vaccination Hubs

 

Blacktown Hospital Vaccination Clinic 

The Blacktown Hospital Vaccination Clinic is providing first, second and booster COVID-19 vaccination for eligible people. Bookings are strongly encouraged and can be made hereIf you are travelling to the Blacktown Hospital Vaccination Clinic please access information on transport options here.

The Granville Centre WSLHD Vaccination Clinic

From Monday 8 November 2021, the Granville Centre WSLHD Vaccination Clinic will be offering first, second and booster COVID-19 vaccinations for eligible people.
Bookings are strongly encouraged and can be made here. If you are travelling to the Granville Centre WSLHD Vaccination Clinic please access information on transport options here

For information regarding appointment transfers from Qudos Bank Arena NSW Health Vaccination Centre to the Granville Centre WSLHD Vaccination Clinic, please read our FAQ’s here.

Aboriginal COVID-19 Vaccinations at Kimberwalli

COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccinations are being offered for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members, aged 12 years and over at Kimberwalli in Whalan.

To make a booking, call: 1800 922 886 or click here. Walk-in appointments are also available. If possible, we encourage only those who have an appointment to attend for COVID-19 safety reasons. If you are travelling to Kimberwalli, please access information on transport options here. 

 

Qudos Bank Arena NSW Health Vaccination Centre

From Monday 8 November 2021, all appointments booked at the Qudos Bank Arena NSW Health Vaccination Centre will be relocated to the Granville Centre WSLHD Vaccination Clinic – see more above.
All Pfizer and AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccination appointments already made at the Qudos Bank Arena NSW Health Vaccination Centre will be delivered on the same date as the original appointments at Qudos Bank Arena. Appointment times may vary slightly

 

Booking enquiries

For booking enquiries or if you are unable to attend your appointment, please contact 1800 571 155.

Useful tips

What you must bring to your appointment

Photo ID (such as Australian Driver Licence or NSW Photo Card or Passport)
Medicare card (if you have one)
Your appointment confirmation code (printed or digital)
On the day of your appointment
Please do not attend your appointment if you are unwell or have ‘flu-like’ symptoms
Food or drink is not allowed in the Vaccination zone so please eat and drink before you arrive
It is a good idea to wear short or loose sleeves
You must wear a mask and sanitise your hands before entering any WSLHD vaccination hub.
After you have received your vaccine, you will need to wait for 15-30 minutes before leaving the vaccination hub. We recommend you bring a book or smartphone device to keep you entertained. 

 

Cultural Support and Interpreter Services
If you have booked or need an interpreter for your appointment, our staff will assist you when you arrive. Please show them your confirmation.

 

Information about COVID-19 vaccines in your language.

Further information

For information on the COVID-19 vaccination, including safety and effectiveness, visit COVID-19 Vaccination: Information for the Community 

If you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccination, please call the National Coronavirus and COVID-19 vaccine helpline on 1800 020 080

Visit the Australian Government’s Vaccine Eligibility Checker to make an appointment: https://covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au/eligibility 

Further information about COVID-19 vaccinations can be found at Australian Department of Health: COVID-19 Vaccines

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