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Getting vaccinated

People who are currently eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine can book an appointment at a vaccination location in Queensland.

How to register your interest

60 years of age and over

If you are aged 60 or over there are a number of ways you can book an appointment to get the COVID-19 vaccine:

  • General Practitioner-led respiratory clinics
  • Selected General Practices
  • Aboriginal Controlled Community Health Services
  • Selected Community Pharmacies
Find a location near me

If you are aged 60 or over and have a referral from your GP:

Register your interest at a Queensland Health vaccination location

Eligible people

Eligible people can now book to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at a Queensland Health vaccination location.

  • If you are a person with a disability, please select ‘Persons 16 and over with an underlying medical condition, including people with a disability’. If you are a carer of a person with a disability, please select ‘Other healthcare workers, including carers and support volunteers’.
  • Once registered, we will be in contact with you when appointments become available.
Register your interest

How to book once you have registered

The information below is relevant only if you have received an invitation from Queensland Health to make a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.

Once you have received an invitation to make an appointment for your COVID-19 vaccination, you'll first need to create an account in the booking system. Watch the booking tutorial video below for the steps to follow to book an appointment at a Queensland Health vaccination location.

Booking tutorial

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If, after watching the booking tutorial, you have further questions, please phone 134 COVID (13 42 68).

Queensland Health vaccination locations

Registering your interest for a COVID-19 vaccine is the best way to secure an appointment at a Queensland Health vaccination location. Walk-ins may require a long wait time and may not be vaccinated. Before leaving your first dose appointment, make sure you are booked in for your second dose appointment.

Allow around 45 mins for your appointment. This allows time for your patient screening, the actual vaccination and observation after the injection. Read more about what to expect at your COVID-19 vaccination.

More locations are being added over the coming months, so check back regularly.

Location

Vaccine availability

Opening hours
*hours may vary

Albert Waterways Community Centre

Hooker Bvd, Broadbeach Waters

Open to all ages

Monday — Friday 7am—2.45pm

Atherton Hospital

Atherton Hospital, 48 - 56 Jack St, Atherton

Aged 60 years and over only

Wednesday 8am—4pm

Bailie Henderson Hospital

Cnr Hogg and Tor Sts, Toowoomba

Open to all ages

Monday — Friday 8.30am—4pm

Baralaba MPHS

Baralaba MPHS, Stopford St, Baralaba

Aged under 60 years only

Monday 11am—3pm

Barcaldine and Multipurpose Health Service

Barcaldine Shire Hall, 71 Ash St, Barcaldine

Aged under 60 years only

Tuesday 11am—4.30pm


Thursday 9.30am—3.30pm


Friday 9.30am—3pm

Biloela Hospital

Biloela Hospital, 2 Hospital Road, Biloela

Aged under 60 years only

Thursday 9.30am—1.30pm

Blackall Hospital

Blackall Cultural Centre, Cnr Hawthorne and Rose Sts, Blackall

Aged under 60 years only

Thursday 9.30am—4pm


Friday 9.30am—2.30pm

Blackwater MPHS

41 Mackenzie Street, Blackwater

Aged under 60 years only

Friday 9am—2pm

Brighton Health Campus

Brighton Health Campus, 449 Hornibrook Hwy, Brighton

Open to all ages

Monday — Friday 9am—3pm


Saturday 8am—3.50pm

Bundaberg TAFE

118 Walker St, Bundaberg West

Aged under 60 years only

Monday — Tuesday 8am—4.30pm


Wednesday 11am—7.30pm


Thursday — Friday 8am—4.30pm


Saturday 8am—5pm

Bundaberg TAFE

118 Walker St, Bundaberg West

Aged 60 years and over only

Monday — Tuesday 8am—4.30pm


Wednesday 11am—7.30pm


Thursday — Friday 8am—4.30pm

Caboolture Hospital

Caboolture Hospital, Education Centre Library, 97/120 McKean St, Caboolture

Open to all ages

Monday — Friday 7.30am—5pm


Saturday 8am—4pm

Cairns Hospital

Cairns Hospital, A Block, 165 - 171 Esplanade, Cairns North

Open to all ages

Monday — Friday 8am—8pm


Saturday — Sunday 8am—4pm

Cairns South Health Facility

Cairns South Health Facility, 21-55 Walker Street, Bentley Park

Open to all ages

Monday — Friday 8am—8pm


Saturday — Sunday 8am—4pm

Caloundra Indoor Stadium

North St, Golden Beach, Caloundra

Aged under 60 years only

Monday — Sunday 9am—5pm

Capalaba Place

16-20 Noeleen St, Capalaba

Open to all ages

Tuesday — Saturday 9am—4.30pm

Capricorn Coast Hospital

Capricorn Coast Hospital, 8 Hoskyn Dr, Yeppoon

Aged under 60 years only

Friday 10am—3pm

Charleville Hospital

Hospital Staff Quarters, 72 King St, Charleville

Aged 60 years and over only

Friday 9am—4pm

Charleville Hospital

Hospital Staff Quarters, 72 King St, Charleville

Aged under 60 years only

Tuesday 9am—6pm


Wednesday 7.30am—5pm

Cloncurry Community Health

72 Uhr St, Cloncurry

Aged under 60 years only

Monday 10am—3pm

Doomben Racecourse

75 Hampden St, Ascot

Open to all ages

Monday — Sunday 8am—3.50pm

Emerald Ambulance Training Centre

Cypress Drive, Emerald

Aged 60 years and over only

Monday 12.30pm—4pm


Tuesday — Wednesday 8.30am—4pm

Gladstone Hospital

Gladstone Hospital Vaccination Centre, Specialist Outpatient Department, 1 Flinders St, West Gladstone

Aged under 60 years only

Monday — Thursday 8.30am—4pm

Gladstone Hospital

Gladstone Hospital Vaccination Centre, Specialist Outpatient Department, 1 Flinders St, West Gladstone

Aged 60 years and over only

Friday 8.30am—4pm

Gold Coast University Hospital

1 Hospital Bvd, Southport

Aged under 60 years only

Monday — Friday 7.30am—9.10pm


Saturday — Sunday 8.30am—4pm

Gundu-pa Wynnum Health Service

20 New Lindum Rd, Wynnum West

Aged 60 years and over only

Friday 8.30am—3pm

Hamilton Island

Open to all ages

Friday 12.30pm—6.30pm


Saturday 9am—3.30pm


Sunday 9am—12.30pm

Hervey Bay TAFE

47 - 95 Urraween Rd, Hervey Bay

Aged 60 years and over only

Monday — Thursday 8am—4.30pm

Hervey Bay TAFE

47 - 95 Urraween Rd, Hervey Bay

Aged under 60 years only

Monday — Thursday 8am—4.30pm


Saturday 8am—5pm

Ipswich Hospital Cribb House

Chelmsford Ave, Ipswich

Open to all ages

Monday 8am—5.30pm


Tuesday 8am—7pm


Wednesday 8am—5.30pm


Thursday 8am—7pm


Friday 8am—5.30pm

Karumba Primary Health Centre

140 - 160 Walker St, Karumba

Aged 60 years and over only

Wednesday 8.30am—12.30pm

Kippa-Ring Vaccination Location (former Village Wholesale Centre)

433 Elizabeth Ave, Kippa-ring

Open to all ages

Monday — Sunday 8am—3.50pm

Logan Hospital

Cnr Loganlea Rd & Armstrong Rd, Meadowbrook

Open to all ages

Monday — Friday 8am—4pm

Longreach Hospital

Longreach Civic Centre, Please call 1800 953 703 to schedule an appointment, 96 Eagle St, Longreach

Aged under 60 years only

Mackay City Central Queensland University Clinic

90-92 Sydney St, Mackay

Open to all ages

Tuesday — Friday 9.30am—3pm


Saturday — Sunday 9am—4pm

Mareeba Hospital

21 Lloyd St, Mareeba

Aged 60 years and over only

Tuesday — Friday 8am—4pm

Maryborough City Hall

388 - 396 Kent St, Maryborough

Open to all ages

Thursday — Friday 8am—4.30pm

Mater Hospital Brisbane Public

Raymond Tce, South Brisbane

Open to all ages

Monday — Friday 7am—4.30pm

Mount Isa Base Hospital

Hospital Staff Accom, 30 - 58 Camooweal St, Mount Isa

Open to all ages

Tuesday 9am—3.30pm


Thursday 1pm—8pm


Friday 9am—3.30pm

Moura MPHS

Moura MPHS, 14 Nott, Moura

Aged under 60 years only

Tuesday 9am—3pm

Mt Morgan MPHS

Mt Morgan MPHS, Black Street, Mount Morgan

Aged under 60 years only

Thursday 10am—2.30pm

Mt Morgan MPHS

Mt Morgan MPHS, Black Street, Mount Morgan

Aged 60 years and over only

Friday 10am—2pm

Nambour General Hospital

Hospital Rd, Nambour

Open to all ages

Monday — Wednesday 7.40am—4pm


Thursday 11.40am—8pm


Friday — Saturday 7.40am—4pm

Princess Alexandra Hospital

Princess Alexandra Hospital, 199 Ipswich Rd, Woolloongabba

Aged under 60 years only

Monday — Friday 7.30am—4pm


Saturday — Sunday 8am—4pm

Queen Elizabeth II Hospital

Cnr Kessels Rd & Troughton Rd, Coopers Plains

Open to all ages

Monday — Friday 8am—2.30pm

Queensland Children's Hospital

501 Stanley St, South Brisbane

Aged 60 years and over only

Tuesday — Thursday 7.30am—5pm

Queensland Children's Hospital

501 Stanley St, South Brisbane

Aged under 60 years only

Monday 7.30am—5pm


Friday 7.30am—5pm

Redcliffe Hospital

Redcliffe Hospital, Moreton Bay Integrated Care Centre (MBICC), Ground Floor, Anzac Ave, Redcliffe

Open to all ages

Monday 8am—6.30pm


Tuesday 9am—4.30pm


Wednesday 8am—6.30pm


Thursday 10am—6.30pm


Friday 8am—6.30pm


Saturday 8am—1.30pm

Redland Hospital

Weippin St, Cleveland

Aged 60 years and over only

Monday — Thursday 8am—4pm

Rockhampton Hospital

Rockhampton Hospital Vaccination Centre, Learning & Development Centre, 2 Canning St, Rockhampton

Aged 60 years and over only

Friday 8.30am—4pm

Rockhampton Hospital

Rockhampton Hospital Vaccination Centre, Learning & Development Centre, 2 Canning St, Rockhampton

Aged under 60 years only

Monday — Thursday 8.30am—4pm


Sunday 8am—4pm

Rocklea Showgrounds

Goburra St & Ipswich Road, Rocklea

Open to all ages

Tuesday — Saturday 9am—4.30pm

Roma Hospital

197 - 234 Mcdowall St, Roma

Aged 60 years and over only

Roma Hospital

197 - 234 Mcdowall St, Roma

Aged under 60 years only

Monday 9am—4pm


Thursday 9am—4pm

Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital

Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic, Ground Floor, Butterfield St, Herston

Open to all ages

Monday — Friday 7am—5.30pm


Saturday 7am—5pm

Springfield Tower

145 Sinnathamby Blvd, Springfield Central

Aged under 60 years only

Monday — Thursday 9am—5pm


Saturday — Sunday 9am—5pm

Springsure MPHS

21 Woodbine Street, Springsure

Aged under 60 years only

Thursday 9.30am—2.30pm

St George Hospital

Victoria St, St George

Aged 60 years and over only

Monday 9am—4pm


Friday 9am—3pm

St George Hospital

Victoria St, St George

Aged under 60 years only

Thursday 9am—4pm

Sunshine Coast University Hospital

6 Doherty St, Birtinya

Open to all ages

Monday — Wednesday 7.40am—4pm


Thursday 11.40am—8pm


Friday 7.40am—4pm


Saturday — Sunday 7.40am—4pm

Surgical Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) Hospital

STARS, Vaccination Centre, Level 5, 296 Herston Rd, Herston

Aged under 60 years only

Monday — Friday 8.15am—6.30pm


Saturday 8.15am—4.30pm

The Prince Charles Hospital

The Prince Charles Hospital, Education Centre, 627 Rode Rd, Chermside

Open to all ages

Monday 8.30am—6pm


Tuesday 8.30am—4.30pm


Wednesday 8.30am—6pm


Thursday — Friday 8.30am—4.30pm

Theodore MPHS

Theodore MPHS, 87 The Boulevard, Theodore

Aged under 60 years only

Wednesday 10am—2.30pm

Townsville University Hospital

100 Angus Smith Dr, Douglas

Open to all ages

Monday 8.30am—3.30pm


Tuesday — Thursday 8am—7pm


Friday — Saturday 8.30am—3.30pm

Winton Hospital and Multipurpose Health Service

Winton Supper Room, Please call 1800 953 703 to schedule an appointment, 75 Vindex St, Winton

Aged under 60 years only

Woorabinda MPHS

Woorabinda MPHS, 1 Munns Dr, Woorabinda

Aged under 60 years only

Tuesday 11am—3.30pm


Wednesday 9.30am—1pm

At your appointment

When you receive your first dose, make sure you have an appointment booked for the second dose.

  • Your second dose of the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine should be administered approximately 21-42 days from your first vaccination.
  • Your second dose of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine should be administered approximately 28 days – 90 days from your first vaccination.

When you get to your appointment you must let your immunisation provider know if you:

  • Have any severe allergies, particularly anaphylaxis (to anything), or carry or have been prescribed an adrenaline autoinjector (e.g. EpiPen™).
  • Had a reaction to a vaccine in the past or ingredients of vaccines
  • Have any bleeding issues or are receiving anticoagulant therapy (a blood thinner)
  • Are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Have any respiratory symptoms
  • Have received another COVID-19 vaccine
  • Have received any vaccine in the last 14 days

You must remain in the vaccination clinic for observation for at least 15 minutes after vaccination in case an allergic reaction occurs. If you have a history of severe allergy you will be asked to wait in the clinic for 30 minutes.

You should not attend a COVID-19 vaccination appointment if you:

  • Are unwell with fever, cough, runny nose or other symptoms that could be from COVID-19
  • Are awaiting COVID-19 test results
  • Have tested positive with COVID-19 and you are in isolation
  • Are in quarantine
  • Are a close contact of someone with COVID-19

If you fall into any of the above categories, you will need to reschedule your appointment for vaccination. If you need assistance with rescheduling your appointment call 134 COVID (13 42 68).

If you have had another vaccine in the 14 days before your COVID-19 vaccine appointment, tell your immunisation provider. Your immunisation provider may ask you to reschedule your appointment.

More information

Call 134 COVID (13 42 68) 24 hours, 7 days a week for:

  • information on the vaccine
  • assistance with vaccination bookings or appointment enquiries
  • for help understanding this information or to ask for an interpreter – it is free.

If you experience COVID-19 symptoms after being fully vaccinated, please get tested. If you experience COVID-19 symptoms between your doses and are not sure what to do, call your doctor or nearest testing clinic.

Questions and Answers

Questions about the booking system

I am seeing a 'redirect' message when trying to book and register for my vaccination. What should I do?

#i-am-seeing-redirect

Queensland Health is aware of a number of people who encountered a ‘redirect’ message when trying to book in for their vaccination appointment. This issue is being worked through.

You will receive an email with a new invitation link when there is appointment availability at a vaccination location near you. Due to the increased demand for the vaccine, the time frame to receive your invitation to book may take up to a few weeks.

If you are a residential aged care worker or disability care worker, and have not been successful in booking a vaccination appointment, please call 134 COVID (134 268).

Questions about booking an appointment

How can I book an appointment at a Queensland Health vaccination location as my GP does not provide the recommended vaccine for my age group?

Check your eligibility and make a booking via the Vaccine Eligibility Checker. If eligible, you will be directed to register online for an appointment at a Queensland Health vaccination location. For further information contact 134 COVID (13 42 68).

My GP does not offer COVID-19 vaccines? Where can I get one?

Find your nearest approved GP via the Vaccine Eligibility Checker.

Who can I contact if I need help to book, change or cancel an appointment?

If you’ve already booked an appointment through the Queensland Health booking system, you can make changes to your appointment online. If you need assistance with this, or to speak to someone in your language, 134 COVID (13 42 68) available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Can someone book an appointment on my behalf?

Yes. This can be done via the Vaccine Eligibility Checker or the person assisting you can call 134 COVID (13 42 68) available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Will the first and second appointments be booked at the same time?

You should be booked in for your second dose appointment, before you leave your first dose appointment.

How can I have an interpreter at my appointment?

When you arrive at your vaccination location, let a staff member know that you need an interpreter. They can arrange this for you.

If I am eligible, do I need to make an appointment, or can I just turn up at a Queensland Health vaccination location?

Registering your interest for a COVID-19 vaccine is the best way to secure an appointment at a Queensland Health vaccination location. Walk-in spots are very limited and may require a long wait time as people with bookings will be prioritised.

How long does it take for my vaccination appointment?

When coming for your vaccination appointment, allow around 45 minutes for your appointment. This allows time for your patient screening, the actual vaccination and observation time after the injection.

If I feel unwell on the day of my appointment, what should I do?

Please do not attend your appointment. You can make changes to your appointment online. Alternatively, you can reschedule on or before your appointment date by phoning 134 COVID (13 42 68) available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If you have any COVID-19 symptoms, get tested and stay home until you get the results and your symptoms resolve.

What if I am aged 50-59 and have booked for an AstraZeneca vaccination?

If you are aged 50-59 and have already booked to receive your first AstraZeneca vaccine at your local health provider, you are now eligible to receive a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination. You will need cancel your current appointment and make a booking at a Queensland Health Pfizer vaccination location: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/vaccinebookings

What if I am under the age of 60 and have already had my first AstraZeneca vaccination?

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) advises that your second dose of vaccine must match your first dose of vaccine.

If you are under the age of 60 and have already received your first dose of AstraZeneca with no severe adverse events, you should continue to receive your second AstraZeneca dose. To get the full benefit of the vaccine, you need two injections.

The risk of Thrombosis with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome (TTS) following a second dose of AstraZeneca is much lower than the risk following a first dose.

Is the AstraZeneca vaccine still safe for people aged 60 years and over?

Yes. ATAGI continues to recommend AstraZeneca vaccine for people aged 60 years and over. People aged 60 and over are much more likely to become seriously unwell if they contract COVID-19.

Why don’t people over 60 get to choose the vaccine they want?

The most effective way for people aged 60 years and over to protect themselves from the effects of COVID-19 is to be vaccinated. The AstraZeneca vaccine is highly effective at preventing death and severe illness among people who have contracted COVID-19 – and the incidence of TTS is very rare.