Booking your COVID-19 vaccination

COVID-19 vaccination bookings at the ACT Government’s Access and Sensory and Weston Creek Vaccination clinics are currently unavailable.

In the meantime, you can use the Vaccine Clinic Finder to locate a clinic near you.

Enquiries about these clinics can be made by calling Canberra Health Services on 02 5124 9977 (during business hours).

Check if you’re eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination

To see which booster doses are recommended for you, see the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care website.

How to book

Make a booking at:

If you need help making a COVID-19 vaccine booking, send an SMS with 'Hey EVA' to 0481 611 382.

EVA (Easy Vaccine Access) is a simple callback service to help you book a COVID-19 vaccination. EVA can assist with booking vaccinations in 60 languages.

How to book if you don't have a Medicare card

You can get a free COVID-19 vaccine without Medicare using the Vaccine Clinic Finder.

Specialist COVID-19 vaccination service

Please speak to your GP, treating specialist or health care provider if you have:

  • had an anaphylactic reaction following a COVID-19 vaccination
  • a prior history of allergic reactions or anaphylaxis to vaccines or vaccine ingredients
  • a severe phobia of needles.

They will assess your suitability for a COVID-19 vaccine and may provide a referral to Canberra Health Services for review.

Following assessment, Canberra Health Services may contact you to arrange for you to receive your COVID-19 vaccine at the special clinic.

People with a history of severe allergy to foods, venom or medications, including latex should be able to be vaccinated in the community.

If you have any concerns or questions, we strongly recommend you speak to a GP or health care provider.

Frequently asked questions

Got a question on COVID-19 vaccines? Please visit the Australian Department of Health and Aged Care website for more information.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.

Last Updated: March 17 2023