Free flu vaccines for Western Australians Now Available

All Western Australians will have the opportunity to receive a free flu vaccination during the month of June.

WA has done a fantastic job throughout the pandemic and, with winter approaching, everyone is encouraged to get vaccinated for the flu and stay up to date with their COVID-19 vaccinations.

To get your free flu vaccination, simply walk in to any state-run COVID-19 vaccination clinic or book in at participating pharmacies and GPs.

People aged under 5 years, people aged over 65 years, pregnant women, individuals at higher risk of complications from influenza, and Aboriginal people aged six months and older are currently eligible for a free flu vaccination under the National Immunisation Program.

Please note, state-run clinics do not offer flu vaccinations for children under 5 years. Children under 5 years can instead access a free flu vaccine under the National Immunisation Program.

To stay safe over winter, continue to practise good hygiene habits, wear a mask as necessary, and if you are unwell, stay home.

Click the link below to access a helpful brochure on how to help stop the flu this year.

For more resources regarding 2022 influenza vaccination visit the on the Department of Health website.

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Mon to Fri : 8am-6pm
Sat : 8am-12am
Sun: Closed

Festive Season Opening Hours
Christmas Eve 8am – 1pm
Christmas Day Closed
Boxing Day Closed
New Years Day Closed

we are closed New Years Day and Saturday 2nd January.

Also, please note the practice will be closed on Saturday 4th January 2020 for system upgrade.

If you have a fever, sore throat, runny nose or cough, do not come to the practice, please call reception and we will arrange a consultation via telephone.