Campaspe Shire Council runs an immunisation program for the local community, providing information and education as well as vaccinations to:

  • babies
  • schools
  • work places
  • adults.

Immunisation is a simple, safe and effective way of protecting children and adults against certain diseases.

Many vaccinations are free, thanks to government funding. Others are not. For information on the current National Immunisation Program, visit the Department of Health website.

Immunisations, to pay for

Some immunisations are not free and need to be paid for prior to attending an immunisation session. Payment can be made at any council customer service centre, or over the phone. Please bring your receipt to the session.

Immunisation(s)Recommended for

Flu Vax

No cost to people over 65 years and at risk groups. All other clients at a cost.

Varicella (Chickenpox)

Recommended for non-immune adults

Hepatitis A
Hepatitis A & B
Hepatitis B

Recommended for people working in child care, preschools, disability services, health care and sewerage workers

Boostrix - Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

Recommended for adults having contact with young children. 

Measles, Mumps, Rubella

Recommended for non-immune adults

Adult Diphtheria Tetanus

Booster recommended at 50 - 59 years of age

IPV Polio

Recommended for non-immune adults

Adult Meningococcal

Recommended for non-immune adults

Shingles

No cost to people 70 - 79 years of age

Where are immunisation sessions held?

The Campaspe Shire Council's team of nurses run sessions across the municipality for your convenience. You and your children are welcome to come along to any of the following sessions. 

For full details on immunisation venues and times click here.