Immunisation is a simple and effective way of protecting yourself and your family. Immunisation works by triggering the immune system to fight against certain diseases. If a vaccinated person comes in contact with these diseases, their immune system is able to respond more effectively. Find out about Central Coast Council’s free immunisation clinics for children.

Central Coast Council holds free immunisation clinics for children from new born through to pre-school age.

Due to the COVID-19 virus, Central Coast Council is required to implement new controls to protect both you and our staff. We appreciate your cooperation in this difficult and constantly changing time and request you in assist us with the following changes to our clinic:

  1. Only one (1) parent/carer is permitted to enter the building with the child to be vaccinated. 
    - Additional adults and children are required to remain outside the building.
    - Ensure additional children are supervised. 
    - If you cannot meet this requirement, it is suggested that that you make an appointment with your GP or attend the next available vaccination clinic with only the child to be vaccinated.
  2. Advise us immediately upon arrival if you or your child is unwell. 
  3. Provide your child’s name and a contact phone number to the Ranger at the entry door.
  4. Wait outside the building and do not enter until requested.
  5. We will ring you to return to the entry door, please do not leave the immediate area of the clinic venue. We will make one (1) call only for you to return.
  6. Upon entering the building, you will be directed to the health screening nurse.
  7. You will be required to apply sanitiser to your hands and to the hands of your child if that child is 12 months or older.
  8. At all times you must ensure that you and your child maintain the “social distancing” requirement of 1.5m spacing to other people.
  9. At the completion of the vaccination process you are required to wait 15 minutes for observation of your child, is the designated area, please ensure you maintain social distancing during this time.

The Lake Munmorah and Wyong Clinics can no longer go ahead. Council has adjusted the times of the Lake Haven and Long Jetty Clinics to allow you more time to attend the nearest venue. Please click here for the new flyer with the adjusted times. 

We appreciate your assistance and understanding during this very difficult time.

First Friday of the month 2020

Wyong Central

38A Pacific Highway, Wyong
(off River Road)
Closed due to COVID-19

Lake Haven Community Health Centre

Stratford Ave, Lake Haven
(Behind Lake Haven Shopping Centre) 

Long Jetty Community Health Centre

Wyong Rd, Killarney Vale


3 January

7 February

6 March

3 April

8 May

5 June

3 July

7 August

4 September

2 October

6 November

*5 December (SATURDAY)

*Note: The 5 December clinic is on a Saturday at these venues and times.

Third Friday of the month 2020

Long Jetty Community Health Centre

Wyong Rd, Killarney Vale

Lake Munmorah Community Hall

Colongra Bay Road, Lake Munmorah
Closed due to COVID-19

Lake Haven Community Health Centre

Stratford Ave, Lake Haven
(Behind Lake Haven Shopping Centre)


17 January

21 February

20 March

17 April

22 May

19 June

17 July

21 August

18 September

16 October

20 November

11 December

Saturday - monthly

Lake Haven Community Health Centre 

Stratford Ave, Lake Haven
(Behind Lake Haven Shopping Centre)

Long Jetty Community Health Centre 

Wyong Rd, Killarney Vale


25 January

29 February

28 March

2 May

30 May

27 June

25 July

29 August

26 September

24 October

28 November

19 December

Central Coast Local Health District also offers immunisation clinics to residents of the Central Coast. View further information and CCLHD timetables.

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What should I do if my child receives vaccinations at the doctor or through another immunisation provider?

Phone Central Coast Council and advise us of the date of the vaccinations, what vaccinations were received and who administered these vaccinations.

What should I do if I move?

You are welcome to continue attending the immunisation clinics. You should phone Central Coast Council to advise your new postal address.

My child has missed receiving their vaccinations. What should I do?

Bring your child along to the clinic as soon as possible and our staff will work out a catch-up schedule for your child.

My child has been unwell recently. Can my child still receive their vaccinations?

Your child’s health can be assessed by our nursing staff before proceeding with the vaccinations so please advise our staff of any recent illness.

I received a letter saying that my child’s immunisation is not up to date. Who should I contact?

Phone your family doctor or other immunisation provider who vaccinated your child to discuss this issue with them. In most cases, this situation can be easily corrected.

I don’t have my Medicare card or my child is not on my Medicare card. Can my child still receive their vaccinations?


I don’t have my child’s blue Child Health book. Can my child still receive their vaccinations?


Do I need to pay for the immunisation?


Do I need an appointment for my child to attend the immunisation clinic?


Can I receive a reminder letter telling me when my child’s vaccinations are due?

Yes. Once your child has attended the Council immunisation clinic, you will receive a reminder letter when your child is due for their future vaccinations up to age 7 years.

At what age should I bring my newborn baby to receive their vaccinations?

Your baby needs to be at least six weeks old to attend an immunisation clinic for the first time.


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Last updated : Tue 31 Mar 2020