Frankston Community Vaccination Centre Comes To Life With New Artwork

If you’re getting your first, second or booster #JabDone at the Frankston Community Vaccination Centre you’ll notice a new splash of colour.

Local street artist Sheldon Headspeath has put together a mural that encapsulates the many motivations driving each of us to get vaccinated and protect ourselves against coronavirus.

We called for your suggestions and your words inspired the design of the mural, which is a tribute to our healthcare workers. You’ll also notice colourful Indigenous artwork on our queue barriers as you line up, created by Kamilaroi man Eamon Roberts.

We would like to say thank you to both Sheldon and Eamon for their colourful contribution to our vaccination centre.

Check out the artwork below or in person. There is no longer a booking requirement to get your COVID-19 vaccination, just turn up and our helpful staff will look after you.