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Immunisations

In Victoria the routine schedule of vaccines are provided free under the National Immunisation Program and Victorian Funded Immunisation Program. It includes vaccines provided for for children, adolescents and adults at increased risk of vaccine preventable disease.

  • Immunisation from an early age helps protect your child against serious childhood infections.
  • The Immunisation Schedule Victoria outlines the vaccines your child needs and the age at which each vaccine should be given.
  • Some groups are more risk than others in the community and may need extra vaccines.
  • Stay in the clinic with your child for atleast 15 minutes after their immunisation to be sure there are no immediate side effects.
  • Serious side effects or allergic reactions to the vaccines are rare.
Children

Children

Children vaccination as per National Immunisation Guidelines
Babies

Babies

Babies attend for regular appointments in the first twelve months of life.
Adolescent

Adolescent

Adolescence refers to the period of time between the onset of puberty and maturity.
Adult

Adult