Council runs a number of free public immunisation sessions each month at community centres across Casey, delivering Government-funded vaccines to the community.
Public immunisation sessions are for government-funded National Immunisation Program (NIP) vaccines only and you should check your eligibility before booking a session. Anyone wishing to obtain vaccines not on this list will need to see their GP.
While many of the vaccines are for infants and young children, eligible residents can also access the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine, which helps to protects against the types of HPV that cause most HPV-related cancers and disease in men and women.
HPV vaccines are typically given as part of the secondary school vaccination program in Year 7, however due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many students missed getting vaccinated.
People up to 25 years of age, who missed the vaccine at school, can get free catch-up doses by attending a Council public immunisation session or through their GP.
To make an appointment, use the online booking system on our website.