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Sydney Doctors


Enjoy your winter!

Avoid getting sick, taking time off work and help protect your loved ones. One quick jab is all it takes.

Appointments available every day

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Book online for your flu vaccination today

We keep pain to a minimum

Fast, efficient flu vaccination clinics, so you can keep on keeping on — without the hassle!

What to expect

1. Book Appointment

Book online to find an appointment that suits your schedule

2. Attend Clinic

Receive your vaccine from one of our skilled doctors or nurses

3. Feel good

After a short wait (to check for allergic reactions) you’re free to leave

Want to know how to minimise the pain of vaccinations?
Get the know-how from our team of experts.

Planning international travel?
The Australian Department of Health recommends that you have an influenza vaccination before departure.

The period of peak influenza circulation is typically June to September. Get immunised now, before it’s too late!

Want to help your entire team?
We also provide Workplace Vaccination for both Flu vaccine and COVID-19 Boosters. Please contact us on 02 9233 3399 or email to organise this.

Less than 30 mins is all it takes to stay protected


Am I eligible for a free vaccine?
The National Immunisation Program (NIP) will fund your vaccine if:

  • You are a child 6 months to <5 years, or adult aged ≥65 years
  • Identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
  • Are pregnant
  • Have a diagnosed medical condition

Cardiac disease, Chronic respiratory conditions, Chronic neurological conditions, Immunocompromising conditions, Diabetes and other metabolic disorders, Renal disease, Haematological disorders or Long-term aspirin therapy in children aged 5 to 10 years

  • Influenza vaccine is recommended in every pregnancy and at any stage of pregnancy.
  • Influenza vaccine can safely be given at the same time as a pertussis vaccine and/or COVID-19 vaccine.
  • For women who received an influenza vaccine in 2021, it is recommended to give the 2022 influenza vaccine if it becomes available before the end of pregnancy.
  • For women who receive influenza vaccine before becoming pregnant, revaccination is recommended during pregnancy to maximise the protection of the mother and the infant in the first six months of life.

Yes, it is recommended that you receive the new formulation of influenza vaccine after it becomes available (usually from March).

Join millions of people who are set to avoid getting the flu this winter.

You only get one shot!

Out of all the things you end up regretting, getting the flu has to be high on the list. Not only does it bring you down, but it affects everyone else around you too.

And if you have a family, or pass it on at work, it’s not just the 1–2 weeks that you’re out of action — it’s the domino effect that means everyone close to you is left feeling sluggish over the winter months.

Avoiding all that, and getting out and about to enjoy the fabulous winter weather we enjoy in this part of the world, you just can’t put a price on it!

Dr. Karina Lim
Dr. Karina Lim

Family Medicine And Child Health

Flu Vaccination Costs

Private flu vaccines

Cost $35

(nothing compared to the time you’ll lose if you get the flu)

* If you don’t have a Medicare card (e.g. tourists etc…) there is an additional $90 consult charge.

Government-funded flu vaccines

Cost $0

No out-of-pocket cost (for eligible individuals)*

* See FAQ section for details

Did you know that many private health funds will cover the cost of your flu vaccination? After your appointment check with your insurer to find out if you’re eligible to claim the cost back!

Getting your flu vaccination could be the best value investment you make all year!