Vaccination is offered to infants and children aged 0–4 years of age in Victoria under the National Immunisation Program. Infants and children can receive these free vaccinations at immunisation sessions run by local councils or from a general practitioner.
For more information:
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- view the or for Victoria
- use the to assist in developing immunisation catch up schedules
- use the for children under 10 years of age to provide a catch-up schedule, if vaccine doses have been delayed or missed
- : Infants born less than 32 weeks gestation or weighing less than 2000 grams or with risk conditions are recommended additional vaccines.
- use the for pneumococcal disease vaccination recommendations.
No jab, no play
This information below is for staff of early childhood education and care services. It contains guidance and resources to assist you in meeting your obligations under 'No Jab, No Play' legislation.
Primary school immunisation requirements
By law, a child must have an immunisation status certificate to enrol in primary school.
Reviewed 22 March 2022