If you’re a person with disability, there are many ways that you, your family members and carers, and your disability workers can get vaccinated.
This includes through Commonwealth and state or territory run vaccination services that help people with disability with their accessibility requirements.
Access your Australian Government COVID-19 vaccination services
NDIS participants, their families and carers can search for accessible COVD-19 vaccination clinic in their local area through the Department of Health website , including walk in clinics or options to book.
Request booking assistance
If you need help booking a COVID-19 vaccination appointment, call the Disability Gateway on 1800 643 787.
Find an accessible vaccination clinic in your state or territory
Your state or territory government may run hubs that aren’t covered by the Department of Health’s website.
To find an accessible state-run vaccination clinic in your local area, visit your state or territory government’s website.
In some states, you may need to contact the vaccination clinic to ask if they’re accessible, if this information isn’t on their website.
- Victorian accessible vaccination clinics
- New South Wales accessible vaccination clinics
- Queensland accessible vaccination clinics
- Tasmania accessible vaccination clinics
- Western Australia accessible vaccination clinics
- Northern Territory vaccination clinics
- South Australian vaccination clinics .
Visit your GP or community pharmacy
You can also access vaccination services through your GP or community pharmacy.
They may have earlier appointments, depending on where you live.
Use the Department of Health’s Vaccine Clinic Finder to find your nearest service.