Booster vaccinations are available across NSW
Booster vaccinations are available at NSW Health clinics, GPs and pharmacies.
To be eligible you must be:
- fully vaccinated
- 18 years and over
- vaccinated with your second dose 3 months or more ago
Vaccination for children aged 5 to 11
From 10 January 2022, children aged 5 to 11 can be vaccinated.
The Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine has been approved for this age group.
Walk-in Covid-19 vaccination clinic
Organised by the Sydney Local Health District, free Covid-19 vaccinations are available to anyone aged 12 and over at this clinic.
You can also access a booster vaccination at this location.
Walk in for your vaccination or make a booking. Bring photo ID and your Medicare card (if you have one).
Koori Vaccination Clinic at Redfern Town Hall, 73 Pitt Street Redfern 10am to 4pm, every day
If you have any questions about your vaccination booking please contact the NSW Health Covid-19 booking support service from 8am to 9:30pm, 7 days a week on 1800 95 55 66. You may also want to consult the Sydney Local Health District frequently asked questions page.
Vaccination appointment clinics in our area
Vaccination appointments are available at:
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Vaccination Centre 88 Mallett Street, Camperdown. Pfizer and Moderna available. Book now
Centennial Park Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic 22–32 King Street, Randwick (UNSW Building R14) 8:00am to 4:00pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Pfizer available. Walk in or book now
Northcott Community Centre 163 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills 10am to 2pm, Mondays Walk in, no booking needed.
Vaccination appointments are available at more than 3,000 locations across NSW including pharmacies, GPs and NSW Health clinics. Find an appointment.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community vaccination clinics
Several clinics are open in our area for First Nations people, offering walk-in appointments for anyone aged 5 years or over.
You can get vaccinated without a Medicare card
You can still get a vaccination appointment at these locations.
Covid-19 vaccines are free for everyone in Australia.
This includes people who don’t have a Medicare card, refugees, people seeking asylum, temporary and provisional visa holders (including international students and temporary migrants).
The sooner we all get vaccinated, the sooner we get back to doing the things we enjoy
Anyone 5 or over is eligible to be vaccinated.
Health experts advise the best way to protect ourselves and others from Covid-19 is to get vaccinated.
This information is correct as of 19 January 2021. For up-to-date information on the NSW Covid-19 vaccination program and eligibility, visit the NSW Government website.