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Where can I get immunised?

You can get immunisations from your:

  • doctor
  • local immunisation clinic (search Immunisation in the Find a health service widget on this page)
  • local government (not all offer this service)
  • Aboriginal community health services (external site)
  • Central Immunisation Clinic
  • travel immunisation clinic.

You may need to make an appointment.

Some doctors may charge a consultation fee.


Central Immunisation Clinic

The Central Immunisation Clinic (CIC):

  • is a free immunisation service for children
  • can provide immunisation advice over the phone or via email

CIC does take ‘walk-ins’, but it is usually quicker to book by phoning (08) 9321 1312 or emailing

Opening hours:

  • 8.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday
  • 4.30pm to 6.00pm, 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month
Address: 16 Rheola Street, West Perth WA 6005
Phone: (08) 9321 1312

Immunisation clinics (community health centres)

View the list of child and adolescent clinics (PDF 804KB).

Local councils


Immunisation clinics (community health centres)

Find your local immunisation clinic on the WA Country Health Service website (external site).

Public health units

Contact your local public health unit for general queries about immunisation and infectious diseases.

School-based immunisation program

The school-based immunisation program offers free immunisations to students through the National Immunisation Program (external site).

These immunisations protect against vaccine preventable diseases.

Find out more about the:

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Where to learn more about immunisation

  • Your local child health nurse
  • Your doctor
  • Ring healthdirect on 1800 022 222
  • Phone the Immunise Australia hotline on 1800 671 811

Last reviewed: 21-03-2019

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