UPDATE 18.12.2024


Our practice is an approved COVID-19 vaccination site currently administering the Pfizer and Moderna XBB.1.5 Monovalent vaccines. 

Individuals 12 years and older are eligible to receive the Pfizer and Moderna XBB.1.5 Monovalent vaccine, and individuals 5 - 11 years and older are eligible to receive the Pfizer paediatric XBB.1.5.

These vaccines are available as a primary dose and as a booster dose.  

Click here for ATAGI recommendations on the use of the Pfizer and Moderna monovalent Omicron XBB.1.5 COVID-19 vaccines. 

You can book an appointment for your COVID-19 vaccine online or with one of our reception staff on 9458 4558. If you are new to our practice, please assist us by making your booking online.

If you have had COVID-19 you should wait for 6 months after your confirmed infection before having your next COVID-19 vaccination.

Go to the appropriate link below for information about the booster.


Making an appointment

COVID-19 vaccines will be administered during specific clinics to follow the recommendations for obtaining consent, after vaccination monitoring, and maintaining physical distancing.

Please note the doctor will not be available to discuss other issues (including prescription requests) during your COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

We ask for your co-operation to ensure the practice remains within the recommended guidelines.

Patients who have not been seen at our practice before will need to bring their Medicare card and photo identification.

You can book an appointment online here or with one of our reception staff on 9458 4558.

About your vaccination

Click on the links below for information about the vaccine:

COVID-19 Pfizer XBB.1.5 monovalent vaccine

COVID-19 Moderna XBB.1.5 monovalent vaccine

To find out how to get your immunisation history statement, visit the Medicare website.

About your booster

    If it has been six months since receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, an additional dose::

    • is recommended for people aged 75 or older
    • should be considered for people aged 65-74, following discussion with their health care provider.

    Older age continues to be the biggest risk factor for severe COVID-19 disease. COVID-19 vaccination reduces the risk of serious illness, hospitalisation and death.

    Aged care residents who have not yet received any booster dose this year are advised to do so.

    Residential aged care homes are responsible for ensuring residents have access to recommended COVID-19 vaccine doses. Residential aged care providers should contact their primary care vaccine provider to organise COVID-19 boosters for residents as soon as practicable.

    Reporting side effects

    Click here to read about the possible side effects following vaccination with the Pfizer (Comirnaty) and Moderna (Spikevax) vaccines. 

    After receiving medical advice for any side effects that you experience, you can report them to the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) (see below for further details).

    By reporting side effects, you're helping provide more information on the safety of vaccines.

    You can report adverse events in the following ways:


    Over the phone

    Call the NPS Medicinewise Adverse Medicine Events (AME) Line on 1300 134 237

    Directly to the TGA

    Using the National Adverse Event Following Immunisation (AEFI) reporting form, which you can find here.



    By email

    Email the TGA at adr.reports@tga.gov.au to report a vaccine side effect. Your email should include:

    • Your contact details
    • A description of the side effect (what happened, when it happened and how long it lasted)
    • The name of the vaccine you think caused the side effect (including any other medicines or medical devices you are using).

    Information and Resources

    If you are hesitant about the vaccination, the following resources may interest you.
    You may also wish to read the following articles published in The New Daily and The Sydney Morning Herald to help with decision-making. Both publications are trusted sources of national news and information.

    Wake up, Australia: Even a mild dose of COVID-19 can kill you long term

    How do we know vaccines won't have long-term safety risks?

    Visit the following websites for general information about the COVID-19 vaccine.

    Department of Health HealthyWA

    Health Direct

    Easy Read COVID-19 Vaccination

    Click here to watch the Australian Academy of Science video  – Vaccine Confusion? Here are the Facts.

    Watch the COVID-19 vaccination video where Dr Lucas de Toca, a public health expert, explains why COVID-19 vaccines are important in an outbreak.

    National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance frequently asked questions.

    Information in your language.
    Click here for COVID-19 vaccine information in your language.
    Information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
     You can download common questions and answers about the COVID-19 vaccines here
    Information for People with a Disability.

    Information about COVID-19 vaccines for people with disability.

    Click here for AUSLAN videos.

    If you have allergies, immunodeficiency or autoimmunity.

    To answer questions regarding COVID-19 vaccination concerning allergy, immunodeficiency and autoimmunity, click here.

    Department of Health decision guides 

    COVID-19 Vaccination Decision Guide for Frail Older People, Including Those in Residential Aged Care Facilities.

    COVID-19 Vaccination Decision Guide for Women who are Pregnant, Breastfeeding, or Planning Pregnancy.

    COVID-19 Vaccination Decision Guide for people with immunocompromise.

    COVID-19 vaccination – Shared decision-making guide for people receiving palliative care or end-of-life care.

    COVID-19 vaccination – Weighing up the potential benefits against the risk of harm from COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca.