How to book your vaccine appointment

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Book your vaccination at a Centre 

You can use the Victorian Government online booking systemLearn about how to use the COVID-19 online booking system.

See the locations of all vaccination centres, including sites offering walk in appointments and third doses. Read more about who can get vaccinated, including information on third doses.

You can also call 1800 675 398, 7 days a week, 8 am to 8 pm. For an interpreter, press zero (0). You can also request an Auslan interpreter when making your booking.

Book your vaccination at a GP or pharmacy

COVID-19 vaccines, including third doses, are available at many local GPs and pharmacies across Victoria. 

Book using the Australian Government’s Vaccination Clinic Finder. You can also find a list of vaccination clinics in Victoria on the Australian Government’s Department of Health website.

If you need help booking or attending your vaccine appointment. View more vaccine information for people with a disability or special requirement.

There are resources available to help you. If you need an interpreter to help you book or attend your vaccine appointment, call 1800 675 398 and press zero (0).

Make a group booking

The Victorian Government is delivering vaccines in convenient ways, so community members and community service organisations can get vaccinated.

Registrations are now open for all groups to book a COVID vaccination at Victorian vaccination centres. Note that all members of the group must attend together for vaccination.

Visit our Group bookings service page for more details and to make a booking.

Get a COVID-19 vaccine at home (for first and second dose only)

An at-home appointment means a healthcare professional (such as a doctor or nurse) visits your home to give you a COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more about getting vaccinated at home.

Walk in pop-up clinics 

Local vaccination clinics and pop-up hubs are available in Maribyrnong and will be updated weekly on out website. 

More information