Find out more about vaccination for children, adolescents and adults, including the different program schedules, vaccine eligibility, reporting adverse events, ordering vaccines and accessing resources.
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Mpox (monkeypox) in Victoria
Our eLearning packages are designed to educate and support immunisation providers to deliver vaccines safely.
Seasonal influenza vaccine
Up to date ATAGI recommendations, vaccine eligibility criteria and resources
Up to date recommendations, vaccine schedules and resources for immunisation providers.
Immunisation schedule and vaccine eligibility criteria
View the free vaccine schedule, find out who is eligible, including special risk groups. View past schedules and vaccine introduction timeline.
Immunisation for special-risk groups
In Victoria, vulnerable people, preterm infants, children in out-of-home care, medically at-risk, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and refugees and asylum seekers are eligible to receive some vaccines for free.
Automated temperature monitoring and back-to-base alarm systems
‘Strive for 5’ National Vaccine Storage Guidelines apply to all immunisation service providers, including medical practices, large hospitals, clinics, mobile services and outreach providers.
How to order vaccine online, new account application and stock information for government-supplied vaccines, including influenza and rabies/lyssavirus.
Immunisers in Victoria
Who can administer vaccines in Victoria, qualifications and registration, study programs, guidelines and relevant legislation.
Immunisation provider information
Immunisation providers can order resources online, including fact sheets, posters, consent cards and immunisation record cards.
Yellow fever vaccination centres
Find yellow fever vaccine centres in Victoria. Information about approval for Yellow Fever vaccination centres.
Adverse events following immunisation reporting
What, when and where to report an adverse event following immunisation.
Vaccine error management
Learn how to avoid vaccine administration errors and establish practices that can identify, report and manage vaccine errors.
Vaccination of infants and children
Immunisation for preterm infants, children enrolling in childcare, kindergarten primary school and vulnerable children.
Vaccination for adolescents and young adults
Find out about the secondary school vaccination program, vaccinating vulnerable young people, consent forms and council-school information sharing.
Vaccination program for adults
Free vaccines for pregnant women and older people, and immunisation recommendations for those with occupation, health or lifestyle risk factors.
Vaccination coverage rates for Victoria
Vaccination coverage rates in Victoria from the Australian Immunisation Register.
Reviewed 19 September 2023