If you are traveling abroad for business or pleasure, you will want to make sure you stay fit and healthy

Immunisation and Travel vaccinations

Capstone Medical Centre Southbank

What vaccinations do I need?

Our health care practitioners are highly experienced and qualified immunisers. All vaccines necessary for all childhood immunisations as per the National Immunisation Program Schedule are carried out in Capstone Medical Southbank. Vaccines for Mumps, Polio, Hepatitis B, Pneumococcal, Measles and many other diseases that can be prevented through immunisations.

If you would like to book an appointment for any type of vaccinations in Capstone Medical Centre, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us today.

To book a vaccination you can book online or call 03 96862222 .

Covid and Flu Vaccine

As part of Australia’s COVID-19 Vaccination Program, we are pleased to be an approved vaccination provider for Flu and the COVID-19 vaccines.
We currently provide Flu and COVID 19 vaccinations.

Most of the vaccinations are free for community members with a Medicare Card and eligible under the National Immunisation Program.

Booster doses are available to everyone 16 years and over who have had both doses of their primary course of a COVID-19 vaccine. A booster dose provides longer-lasting protection against the virus that can help prevent severe illness.

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It is advised strongly to ask your doctor about vaccinations before you travel.

Travel Vaccine

Vaccinations can prevent you from getting a number of diseases when you travel out of Australia. Travellers can cause disease outbreaks in Australia if they bring this disease from other places.

It is advised strongly to ask your doctor about vaccinations before you travel. Your immunity to some diseases may have reduced and you may need a booster.

Different countries have different vaccination requirements. The recommended vaccines for travelling depend on a number of factors, including:

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All vaccines listed in the NIP Schedule are free

Government Founding Vaccine

The National Immunisation Program (NIP) Schedule is a series of immunisations given at specific times throughout your life. The immunisations range from birth through to adulthood.

All vaccines listed in the NIP Schedule are free. Eligibility for free vaccines under the NIP is linked to eligibility for Medicare benefits.

To get the best possible protection, make sure you have your immunisations on time, every time. The NIP Schedule below shows which vaccines you should get and when.


2022 government funded flu vaccination shots are low but in stock These vaccines are typically free for:
  • cardiac disease
  • chronic respiratory conditions
  • chronic neurological conditions
  • immuno-compromising conditions
  • diabetes and other metabolic disorders
  • renal disease
  • haematological disorders
  • children aged 6 months to 10 years on long term aspirin therapy.
Below is the list of illnesses and the vaccines we typically stock:

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Employment Vaccines

We also offer a full range of employment vaccines onsite. Such as :
Your employer may ask your vaccinations. In order to continue working at your workplace, some workers aged 18 and over must provide their employer with proof that you have the necessary vaccinations for the conditions of the work you are engaged in. Our Doctors and Nurses will carefully examine your past vaccinations and, if necessary, they will discuss with you the vaccinations you need.


The Travel Clinic at our practice is currently open Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:00pm.