Central Coast Council holds free immunisation clinics for children under the age of seven.

Clinics are held on the first and third Friday of every month at Wyong, Lake Haven, Long Jetty and Lake Munmorah. To cater for working parents, Saturday clinics are also held once a month at Lake Haven and Long Jetty.

There's no need to book. Parents and children can simply turn up at a clinic, with the child's health book and Medicare card. 

For more information please see the Frequently Asked Questions here

Dates and locations for immunisation clinics throughout 2018 are:
First Friday of the month 2018
Third Friday of the month 2018
Fourth Saturday of the month 2018
 

First Friday of the month 2018

Locations:

Wyong Central
38A Pacific Highway, Wyong
(off River Road)
8am - 10am

Lake Haven Community Health Centre
Stratford Ave, Lake Haven
(Behind Lake Haven Shopping Centre)
10.30am - 12.30pm

Long Jetty Community Health Centre
Wyong Rd, Killarney Vale
2pm - 4pm

2018 Dates:
 
5 January 2 February
2 March 6 April
4 May 1 June
6 July 3 August
7 September 5 October
2 November *8 December (SATURDAY)

*Note: The 8 December clinic is on a Saturday at these venues and times.
 

Third Friday of the month 2018

Locations:

Long Jetty Community Health Centre
Wyong Rd, Killarney Vale
8am - 10am

Lake Munmorah Community Hall
Colongra Bay Road, Lake Munmorah
11.30am - 1pm

Lake Haven Community Health Centre
Stratford Ave, Lake Haven
(Behind Lake Haven Shopping Centre)
2pm - 4pm

2018 Dates:
 
19 January 16 February
16 March 20 April
18 May 15 June
20 July 17 August
21 September 19 October
16 November 14 December

Saturday - monthly

Locations:

Lake Haven Community Health Centre
Stratford Ave, Lake Haven
(Behind Lake Haven Shopping Centre)
8:00am - 11:00am

Long Jetty Community Health Centre
Wyong Rd, Killarney Vale
1.00pm - 3:30pm

2018 dates:
 
27 January 24 February
24 March 28 April
26 May 23 June
28 July 25 August
29 September 27 October
24 November 22 December
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need an appointment for my child to attend the immunisation clinic?
No.
 
Do I need to pay for the immunisation?
No.
 
I don’t have my child’s blue Child Health book. Can my child still receive their vaccinations?
Yes.
 
I don’t have my Medicare card or my child is not on my Medicare card. Can my child still receive their vaccinations?
Yes.
 
At what age should I bring my new born baby to receive their vaccinations?
Your baby needs to be at least 6 weeks old to attend the immunisation clinic for the first time.
 
My child has missed receiving their vaccinations. What should I do?
Bring your child along to the immunisation clinic as soon as possible and our staff will work out a catch-up schedule for your child.
 
I received a letter saying that my child’s immunisation is not up to date. Who should I contact?
Phone your family doctor or other immunisation provider who vaccinated your child to discuss this issue with them. In most cases this situation can be easily corrected.
 
Can I receive a reminder letter telling me when my child’s vaccinations are due?
Yes. Once your child has attended the Council immunisation clinic, you will receive a reminder letter when your child is due for their future vaccinations up to age 7 years.
 
What should I do if I move?
You are welcome to continue attending the immunisation clinics. You should phone Central Coast Council to advise of your new postal address so that the reminder letters can be sent to the new address.
 
What should I do if my child receives vaccinations at the doctor or through another immunisation provider?
Phone Central Coast Council and advise us of the date of the vaccinations, what vaccinations were received and who administered these vaccinations.
 
My child has been unwell recently. Can my child still receive their vaccinations?
Your child’s health can be assessed by our nursing staff before proceeding with the vaccinations. So please advise our staff of any recent occurrence of illness of your child.