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Children's immunisation programs

Gold Coast Public Health Unit has added a new family-friendly immunisation clinic to its calendar for the first six months of 2019. We are partnering with the Benevolent Society to hold a children’s immunisation clinic on the second Thursday of the month at Coomera Springs Early Years Centre from 9am-11am.
When: 10 January; 14 February; 14 March; 11 April; 9 May; 13 June.
Where: Coomera Springs Early Years Centre, Old Coach Rd, Upper Coomera (second driveway on the left after Coomera Springs State School).
Children aged between six weeks and five years are eligible to access this service under the National Immunisation Program Schedule.
No appointment is required – simply turn up with your Medicare card, child’s vaccination record or personal health record.
The Coomera Springs clinic is being piloted for six months and is in addition to the Gold Coast Public Health Unit’s regular family-friendly clinics at Helensvale, Upper Coomera, Southport, Robina, Carrara and Burleigh.

Gold Coast Health provides a free immunisation service for children to help protect them against childhood diseases such as measles, whooping cough, polio and tetanus.

Free, family-friendly community immunisations clinics are available across the coast, with no appointments required. Find out more about free immunisation clinics below.

For the best protection from preventable diseases, your child’s vaccinations need to happen on time, every time.

The National Immunisation Program Schedule Queensland specifies at what ages your child should receive certain vaccines.

The Australian Childhood Immunisation Register holds all childhood vaccination records, for more information on immunisation records.

View listing of Gold Coast Health immunisation clinics.

More information and Immunisation Facts are available at

Last updated 16 Jan 2019