Wellington Shire Council provides all people working and residing within the municipality with a funded immunisation program in line with the National Immunisation Program Schedule.
This program consists of monthly community immunisation sessions in Sale, Maffra, Heyfield and Yarram along with a secondary school based immunisation program. Appointments are required, please phone 1300 366 244 to book your place or complete our online booking form for your chosen location:
Appointments are essential for all immunisations - please see the booking forms above or contact the Environmental Health Department on 1300 366 244.
2021 Annual Influenza Vaccination is now available at Wellington Shire Council Community Immunisation Sessions.
Eligibility for the free influenza vaccine
The following people are eligible to receive a free seasonal influenza vaccine:
Those ineligible for a free influenza vaccine can purchase the influenza vaccine at our community immunisation sessions for a fee of $30.00
This is payable on the day by cash or EFTPOS.
Wellington Shire Council is NOT providing the COVID-19 vaccine. To check your eligibility and determine where you can receive your vaccine please check your eligibility at www.health.gov.au/resources/publications/covid-19-vaccine-eligibility-checker.
Please wear a loose-fitting top that will allow the nurses to view the entire upper arm without constriction of the deltoid muscle.
Important Note: Due to the concerns around the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are taking measures to protect the community.
It is vital that you follow the following steps:
Venue: Yarram District Hub, 156 Grant Street, Yarram
Venue: Heyfield Library, 42 Macfarlane Street, Heyfield
2021 Session Dates
Venue: Geoff Webster Hall, Maffra Anglican Church (Opposite Maffra Primary School)
2021 Session Dates
Venue: Wellington Centre, Port of Sale (Carang Carang Room)
All children enrolling in Victorian primary schools either first time or when changing schools, must demonstrate their immunisation status to the school. Once your child has been fully immunised, an immunisation history statement is automatically sent to your Medicare registered address from the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR, previously known as ACIR).
You can get your child's statement if they are under 14 years of age.
The quickest way to get your child's statement is by using your Medicare online account. Do this through the:
You can also call the AIR enquiries line. It can take up to 10 business days to get your statement in the post.
For adults and teenagers
Due to privacy laws, anyone aged 14 years or older has to get their own statement. They can do this:
Young people aged 14 years or older can give Services Australia permission for their parents to access their immunisation history statement.