The routine schedule of vaccines provided free under the National Immunisation Program.
Free vaccine Victoria - Criteria for eligibility lists the schedule of vaccines by brand name and who is eligible for free vaccine.
Read the latest newsletter online or select from one of our past newsletters. The current edition includes:
- Scheduled vaccines for children
- Preventable cold chain breaches
- Becoming a nurse immuniser
- Do you need to contact the Victorian TB Program?
- Immunisation catch-up quiz: test your skills
- Clinical vaccinology update - 12 November 2014
- Measles cases in Victoria rise in 2014
- Secondary school vaccines - what’s planned for 2015?
- Adolescent vaccine program
- Gardasil® vaccine catch-up program for Year 9 boys ends in 2014
- AusVaxSafety: new enhanced surveillance system
- Further reading
The dTpa (diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis) Boostrix® vaccine will transition from Year 10 to Year 7 of secondary school in 2015. To achieve the transition, in 2015 the Boostrix® vaccine will be offered to all secondary school students in Years 7, 8, 9 and 10. In a community setting these children are aged 12 to 16 years. From 2016 only Year 7 students (12 to 13 years of age) will be offered the Boostrix® vaccine.