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COVID-19 Vaccination

Peninsula Health is providing the COVID-19 vaccination to people who meet the Federal Government’s eligibility criteria, as part of the national coronavirus vaccination rollout plan.

We are currently providing the COVID-19 booster vaccinations to people aged 18 years and over who received their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine more than six months ago.

+ Pfizer doses will be provided to all eligible community members, regardless of which vaccine was received for the first two doses. 

+ COVID-19 booster doses are available on a walk-in basis.

+ You will need to provide proof of when you received your second dose of vaccine when you arrive. A COVID-19 digital vaccination certificate from the Service Victoria app will suffice

We are currently providing the COVID-19 vaccination to people aged 12 and over. 

+ AstraZeneca is available on a walk-in basis for people aged 18 and over. 

+ Moderna is available on a walk-in basis for people aged 12 and over. 

+ Pfizer is available on a walk-in basis for people aged 12 and over. 

Please click here for the vaccine eligibility checker, to ensure you are eligible before booking at one of our clinics. Please be aware that our staff are only able to provide you with the vaccine you are eligible for, as per the Australian Government guidelines. 

To make an appointment:

  • Call 1800 675 398 to make a booking.  You can also book online through the Department of Health’s website
  • Have your eligibility criteria ready. 
  • For people with a disability, please contact the Disability Liaison Officer team on 03 5971 9149 or 0434 819 268 or disabilityliaison@phcn.vic.gov.au to make a booking

Getting the vaccination

Please remember to bring your Medicare card on the day of your vaccination.

If you are bringing children (aged 5 years or younger) with you to your appointment, you must also bring another support person with you to the appointment.

Please note that due to physical distancing requirements and the size of the vaccination clinics, please only bring 1 support person with you to the appointment. 

Free parking is available at all clinic locations for people receiving the COVID-19 vaccination. You will be given an exit pass by a staff member after your vaccination.

The vaccination clinics are open plan with minimal private cubicles. Please wear a short sleeve shirt or t-shirt that allows easy access to the upper arm.

Frankston Community Vaccination Hub – Bayside Centre 

Level 1, Balmoral Building, Shannon Mall, Bayside Shopping Centre

Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday – 9.30am-5pm.

Open Thursday, Friday – 11.30am-7pm.

Free parking is available for people getting vaccinated. Our staff will give you an exit pass to use as you leave. Please park in one of the Bayside Centre car parks. The closest parking is the undercover car park which can be accessed via Olsen Street St (off Beach St) or Balmoral St (off Young St).

Vaccination Record

Information on how to access your COVID-19 Vaccination Record is available here

You can also call the Australian Immunisation Registry on 1800 653 809. 

More information 

COVID-19 Vaccine Information – Victorian Department of Health 

COVID-19 Vaccines Latest News & Information – Australian Government Department of Health 

COVID-19 Vaccines ⁠–⁠ Is it true? – Australian Government Department of Health 

COVID-19 Vaccine Information – Monash Health South East Public Health Unit