The Strathbogie Shire supports immunisation programs run by the State and Commonwealth Governments on the Australian National Immunisation Program Schedule.

IMPORTANT: Changes to immunisation services

Due to the current COVID-19 social distancing requirements in place, all immunisation services will be by appointment only. This applies to all scheduled Council Immunisation Sessions, including Strathbogie Shire.

If you or your child requires vaccination at one of Council’s immunisation sessions, please contact Wodonga Council, which is the service provider for Strathbogie Shire, to make an appointment on 1800 655 360. The Council will endeavour to accommodate everyone with an appointment. Please note that only one parent/guardian should accompany a child into the immunisation session.

Strathbogie Shire Immunisation Dates 2022

For information on days, times and locations of Immunisation dates please check the link below:
Immunisation Dates 2022

*Please note that due to COVID-19 guidelines, several immunisation services have been relocated to larger venues to accommodate social distancing requirements. Please click the link for the immunisation schedule above for details.

  • Immunisations services delivered
  • Immunisation services to all children aged 0-5 years, preschool and school age children according to the recommended National Immunisation Program Schedule.
  • Immunisation services to all community members of the Strathbogie Shire according to the recommended National Immunisation Program Schedule.
Flu Vaccine

Community members who fall into the following risk categories may make an appointment to receive their free flu vaccine at any Council immunisation session:

  • Children aged 6 months to <5 years
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged from 6 months and over
  • Adults aged 65 years or older
  • People aged 6 months and younger who have certain medical conditions which increase the risk of influenza disease complications; for example, severe asthma, lung or heart disease, low immunity or diabetes.
  • Pregnant women (during any stage of pregnancy)
The Understanding Childhood Immunisation (UCI) Booklet

This is an easy to understand resource aimed at informing parents and guardians on what immunisation is, why they should vaccinate their child/ren against vaccine preventable diseases, vaccines their children will receive under the National Immunisation Program and addresses frequently asked questions. A condensed hardcopy guide is available from Strathbogie Shire Council offices or via the Maternal and Child Health program or a more extensive booklet can be downloaded here

Additional information regarding childhood immunisations can also be found on the Better Health Channel website
Accessing Your Child’s Immunisation History

To access the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR), visit MyGov/Medicare for your child’s records. If you have difficulty accessing your child’s immunisation history, contact:

For more information on immunisation and immunisation records please visit the Australian Immunisation Register
Vaccination – No Jab No Play

There is new legislation that came into effect on 1 January, 2016 in relation to immunisation and enrolling in early childhood services. Information regarding this can be found by visiting Victoria State Government website.

Immunisation Schedule Victoria

In Victoria, from January 2016, the routine schedule of vaccines provided free under the National Immunisation Program can be viewed by visiting: Immunisation Schedule Victoria January 2016

Maternal & Child Health app

The Maternal & Child Health app has been developed by the Victorian Department of Health & Human Services to help remind parents and carers in Victoria when immunisations for their children are due. You can learn more about this new app by visiting Better Health Channel