To keep our state safe, we are ensuring South Australians have access to COVID-19 vaccines as soon as possible to protect themselves, their loved ones and our community.

No appointments are needed to get vaccinated at an SA Health vaccination clinic. Simply check the opening hours of the clinic, and attend at a time that’s convenient for you.

  • The paediatric formulation of the Pfizer vaccine is available for people aged 5 to 11 at SA Health vaccination clinics, and participating GPs and pharmacies.
  • The Pfizer vaccine is available for people aged 12+ years at SA Health vaccination clinics, and participating GPs and pharmacies.
  • The Moderna vaccine at a reduced dose is available for people aged 6 to 11 at participating GPs and pharmacies.
  • The Moderna vaccine is available for people aged 12+ at participating GPs and pharmacies.
  • The Novavax vaccine is available for people aged 18+ at selected SA Health vaccination clinics, and selected GPs and pharmacies.
  • The AstraZeneca vaccine is available for people aged 18+ at participating GPs and pharmacies.

Primary School Program

From Friday 27 May, the COVID-19 vaccination program will be operating in selected primary schools. Vaccinations will be available on Friday to the school community, and Saturday for both the school and wider community. Find more information on the COVID-19 Vaccination Primary School Program page.

Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services

Use the Eligibility Checker to find participating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS) providing the COVID-19 vaccine for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

ACCHS provide culturally safe vaccinations to the community. More information is available on the Information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people page.

Clinics for disability workers

Dedicated vaccination clinics have been established to ensure that disability workers and students can be fully vaccinated quickly.

Book by calling 1800 253 787 (9.00 am to 5.00 pm, 7 days) or visit a dedicated Aged Care and Disability worker vaccination clinic at North Brighton or Medindie.

Clinic for children aged 5 and over with medical conditions or disability

Children aged 5 and over with an underlying medical conditions or disability should get vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as possible to significantly reduce their risk of COVID-19 infection, illness or hospitalisation.

If your child is medically stable, they can receive the vaccine at an SA Health vaccination clinic, or participating GP, respiratory clinic or pharmacy. If your child has an underlying medical condition and is medically unstable you can discuss vaccination with their treating doctor or specialist.

For more information visit the underlying medical conditions and immunocompromised web page.

General practices, GP-led respiratory clinics and pharmacies

Use the Eligibility Checker to find participating General practices (GPs), GP-led respiratory clinics and pharmacies providing the COVID-19 vaccine.

SA Health vaccination clinics

You can stay up to date with your vaccinations at SA Health vaccination clinics. If you’re eligible, you can receive your:

  • primary course of vaccinations (first and second dose, plus a third dose if you’re immunocompromised)
  • booster dose
  • winter dose.

The flu vaccine is also available at selected SA Health vaccination clinics for adults aged 65 years and over, when given with the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Use the clinic finder below to find an SA Health COVID-19 vaccination clinic. 

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Mobile vaccination clinics

Mobile clinics across South Australia are making it easier for people to get vaccinated.

Check the table below for the vaccine type and age eligibility requirements for each mobile clinic.

Please note that children 5 to 15 years must be accompanied by their parent or caregiver.

Mobile COVID-19 vaccinations table