COVID-19 Vaccine Information




COVID-19 Booster #2 Expanded Eligibility

From Monday 11 July 2022, a second Pfizer Booster dose will be available for all people aged 30 and over. 

Due to the sudden announcement, we are only able to make limited appointments available prior to 22/07/2022 due to stock availability. We apologise for any inconvenience.



COVID-19 Booster #2

A second Pfizer Booster dose is now available for online booking. The 2nd booster is available to those aged 65 or over, or are aged 16 years and over and severely immunocompromised, or are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and aged 50 years and over



COVID-19 Paediatric doses (Aged 5-11 years)

Due to current circumstances, we will not be offering the Paediatric Pfizer vaccine for 5-11 year olds. We apologise for any inconvenience. We continue to provide the Adult Pfizer vaccine for those aged 12 and up.



COVID-19 Booster doses update

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Following the Therapeutic Goods Administration's (TGA) approval of the Comirnaty (Pfizer) vaccine as a booster dose, we are pleased to announce we will be participating in the booster rollout.

Please see the advice through the following link Federal Government Booster Advice

If it is approaching 4 months since your second dose, please book your booster online now.

For Pfizer dose 3 for the immunocompromised, please call the practice to make an appointment to talk to your doctor regarding eligibility (02) 46 580 580.


We are delighted that we are now administering both the AstraZeneca and Pfizer Comirnaty vaccines to eligible patients. 

As a local practice, we are grateful to be part of the vaccine rollout to our community. If stock allocation increases, we will endeavour to open up to as many people as we can and is logistically possible. In the meantime, we thank you for your understanding.


After you have had a COVID-19 vaccine, your immunisation history statement will be available through your Medicare immunisation history through myGov, or by calling Medicare on 1800 653 809. Your history will be updated after the first dose, and again after the second dose. This is used to prove your vaccination status if required.

Find out how to get your immunisation history statement on the Services Australia website.

You can find more information in these patient resources:


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