Immunisation Venues, Days and Times
Council runs a number of public immunisation sessions every month at a range of local community centres. See below for a list of venues and links to upcoming dates and times or download the 2018 immunisation timetable (PDF 482KB).
If your child has had vaccines overseas, please contact Council or the immunisation advice and 'catch up' service before attending a session.
Important information about immunisation sessions
What to bring
- Baby record book (if you have one)
- All immunisation records (including overseas records)
- Medicare card
Reactions to immunisation
It is recommended that you wait at the immunisation session for 15 minutes following vaccination in case any reaction should occur.
If the reaction to the immunisation is causing concern, please contact your doctor or the immunisation provider. If after hours, contact the emergency department of your local hospital, or the 24 hour maternal and child health line on 13 33 29.
Record of immunisation
After attending an immunisation session you will be given a record/certificate of the immunisation. If you have a baby record book, the immunisation will be recorded in the book. Please ensure these records are kept in a safe place.
Immunisation advice and 'catch up' service
Every Monday from 9.30am-10.30am (except public holidays), Dandenong Civic Centre, 225 Lonsdale Street, Dandenong.
This service is for newly arrived families (migrants and refugees) to present their child’s vaccination records to be assessed, and then a vaccination 'catch-up' schedule will be determined by a registered nurse.
All newly arrived families who have had any vaccinations overseas must attend this specific Monday morning service, as this 'catch-up' advice cannot be provided at a general immunisation session.
Please bring all documentation related to your child’s previous vaccinations (this must be in English), as well as your Medicare card and child health record (if available).
This service also caters for parents who have concerns about any vaccination issues.