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Get your Covid-19 vaccination

Everyone over 12 in the City of Sydney is eligible for a Covid-19 vaccine, so get yours now.

Pop-up clinic Friday 15 October

Sydney Local Health District are offering free Pfizer vaccinations for everyone over 12 at a pop-up walk-in clinic at Sydney Eye Hospital. Friday 15 October, 9am to 4pm. No bookings or Medicare card required. Bicentennial Clinic Balcony, 8 Macquarie St Sydney.

Pop-up NSW Health Covid-19 vaccination clinics are now operating at City of Sydney venues.

Organised by the Sydney Local Health District, the Ultimo clinic offers free Pfizer appointments to anyone aged 16 to 59.

  • Ultimo Community Centre, 40 William Henry Street, Ultimo
    10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday (opening days were extended recently) Book here

The Ultimo Community Centre is operating as a pop-up Covid-19 vaccination clinic

Redfern vaccination clinic

There is also a clinic for everyone aged 12 and over at the former Redfern Post Office. It is open from Thursday 30 September until end of November.

Anyone from the local community is welcome, you do not need a Medicare card.

  • Koori Vaccination Clinic, 119 Redfern Street, Redfern 10am to 4pm, Tuesday to Saturday, until end of November. Book an appointment

If you have difficulty booking an appointment online, staff can help you when you arrive.

You will be booked in for your second vaccine dose at the same location.

Please bring photo ID and your Medicare card (if you have one) to your appointment.

The Koori Vaccination Centre at 119 Redfern Street, Redfern

If you have any questions about your vaccination booking please contact the NSW Health Covid-19 Booking Support Service between 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.

There are also clinics in other parts of Sydney offering Pfizer for those 16 and 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).

Other venues in our area for 12 to 59 year olds

Pfizer vaccination appointments are available at:

  • Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Vaccination Centre 88 Mallett Street, Camperdown 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. Book now.

  • The Great Hall, Sydney University, Science Road, Camperdown 10:00am to 4:00pm, Monday 11 October to Wednesday 13 October & Monday 18 October to Wednesday 20 October No Medicare card needed. Book now or walk in

  • Northcott Community Centre 163 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills Open 9:30am to 3pm, Mondays Walk-in, no booking needed

You can also book vaccination appointments at pharmacies, GPs and NSW Health clinics.Find an appointment near you.

Those 60 and over

Vaccination appointments are available at more than 3,000 locations across NSW including pharmacies, GPs and NSW Health clinics.

Book your vaccination appointment at your nearest NSW Health vaccination clinic, nearest participating pharmacy, or local GP. Find an appointment.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community vaccination clinics

In addition to the Koori Vaccination Clinic at 119 Redfern Street, Redfern, there are a number of clinics operating in our area for our First Nations people.

They offer walk-in appointments for anyone aged 12 years or over.

The sooner we all get vaccinated, the sooner we get back to doing the things we enjoy

Anyone 12 or over is eligible to be vaccinated.

The health experts have advised the best way to protect ourselves and others from Covid-19 is to get vaccinated.

The best vaccine is the one you can get now.

High vaccination rates are our path out of lockdown and back to a more normal life.

This information is correct as of 7 October 2021, for up-to-date information on the NSW Covid-19 vaccination program and eligibility, visit the NSW Government website.

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