Let's do it Darebin

Vaccinate today - for yourself, your loved ones, your community

Vaccination clinics around Darebin

It's so great to see so many people right across the community getting vaccinated!

There are many easy-to-get-to, all-ages, all-community, accessible pop-up and ongoing vaccination clinics running in the heart of our local neighbourhoods. Walk-ins and bookings available at different sites, bring your friends and family, all welcome.

People with disability/special requirements and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can always visit any vaccination clinic without an appointment. 

Pfizer available for 12+ 
AstraZeneca available for 19+ 
1st and 2nd doses available
3rd dose booster shots available to anyone aged 18+ who had their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine more than six months ago.


    300 Bell Street Preston
    Wednesday 1 December, 9am-4:30pm
    LGBTIQA+ specific session
    Walks-ins and appointments welcome.

Ongoing clinics

  • East Reservoir 
    Your Community Health

    Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays
    9.30am – 4pm
    Book through
    Walk-ins also available

GPs, Pharmacies and other State-run clinics

People with Disability - clinics, resources and support

Further support and resources

In Auslan:

How COVID19 vaccines work produced by the Australian Government.

For young people

Pregnancy, breastfeeding and fertility info

Info is available for people with questions around COVID-19 vaccines, pregnancy, breastfeeding and fertility.

  • Short infoclip from A/Prof Margie Danchin from the Murdoch Childrens Research Centre.
  • Free public online forum - Tuesday 30 November, 12-1pm If you or someone you know has questions about COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy, breastfeeding or fertility, log in to find out everything you need to know. This is a free public forum open to everyone including partners, families and healthcare professionals providing support in this area. Held by the Health Issues Centre, with guest speaker Professor Caroline Homer, Co-Program Director, Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health, Burnet Institute. Register here.

Vaccine clinic further FAQs

People need to bring:  

  • Medicare Card or IHI (if you have one) - If you don't just bring any record available with your name, address and phone number.
  • Valid form of identification (for example, driver’s licence, proof of age card or passport)
  • See this great video from Katia at YACVic for what to bring

Privacy booths are available, you can request from staff when you arrive. 

If you have booked a second dose vaccination somewhere else and would prefer to get vaccinated at the pop-ups, please cancel your existing appointment directly with the vaccine provider. 

Pop-up clinics will continue to be announced as they become available. See for up-to-date locations and also Darebin City Council social media or here at


Our community is so important, and it’s so important our community is protected from COVID-19.

With Victoria's schools, businesses, shops, activities, sports, gatherings and homes opening up, it’s so important people right across Darebin's diverse community are protected against COVID-19. 

Vaccines protect people against the virus. They greatly reduce people’s chances of catching COVID-19 and if they do catch it, greatly reduce people’s chances of getting seriously ill or passing it on to others.

They are the way for all of us to get through this pandemic and back to doing the things we love, safely. It’s important all community members in Darebin have the opportunity to protect themselves and get vaccinated.
Everyone aged 12+ is eligible to get vaccinated. Pharmacists, doctor’s clinics, state-run vaccination clinics and local pop-up vaccination clinics all offer appointments and many, you can just walk-in.
So let’s do it Darebin. Let’s vaccinate and protect ourselves, our loved ones and our community from COVID-19, so we can all get back to doing the things we love, safely.

How we are supporting the community

We are working in partnership with local health services, community leaders and groups to provide trusted, practical information and support so people right across Darebin's diverse community can access the State Government's COVID-19 vaccine rollout. Especially where people face barriers to this. 

Our teams are working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups, culturally and linguistically diverse groups, aged and disability groups, and organisations in the homelessness and emergency relief sector. 

We know that working with trusted, connected organisations and leaders is the best way to understand specific barriers people may be facing and support people to overcome them.  

As a local Council this is one of the ways we can most make a difference to support the State Government's vaccine rollout program and help ensure people right across every part of the diverse community are protected from COVID-19.

We are also supporting a range of pop-up vaccination clinics in the areas they are most needed, and helping host these at known, familiar community venues in the heart of local neighbourhoods.

And we are connecting the community to State Government information about vaccines and where to access them, through social media, letterbox drops and through our community services and networks.

We know how important it is everyone across the community is protected from COVID-19 and we are doing everything we can to work towards that. We want to help bring Darebin’s overall vaccination rates up in a way that ensures everyone across our diverse community is included and protected from COVID-19.

Additional Resources 

COVID Emergency Relief support

If you need assistance accessing food and other essential items while in isolation please email us at or call Customer Service on 8470 8888 and ask them to contact the COVID Emergency Relief Support Team.

In your language

The State Government provides translated information about vaccines at  You can also view general information available in your language on the Darebin website

Get accurate health advice

Talk to your doctor if you have any health concerns or questions about vaccines. Accurate information is also available at, or hotline 1800 675 398.