Booking your vaccination appointment

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

Appointments are in high demand, and more will be added as more vaccine becomes available. If you cannot find an appointment now, please try again later or look for an alternative vaccination clinic.


People aged 40 and over

All people aged 40 and over are now eligible to get vaccinated against COVID-19 at participating SA Health vaccination clinics, General Practices (GPs), GP-led Respiratory Clinics, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Services.

People aged 60 and over will receive the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.

People 40 and over — book now

People in regional South Australia

All people aged 16 years and over who are living in regional South Australia are eligible to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

People aged 16 to 39 – Book now

People aged 40 and over – Book now

Aboriginal people 16 years and over

All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 16 years and over are eligible to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Aboriginal people aged 16 and over – Book now

People in priority groups

If you’re in one of the groups identified to get vaccinated against COVID-19 as a priority, you can book your appointment online.

Priority groups include:

  • Adults with an eligible underlying medical condition
  • All healthcare, allied health and support staff and students in healthcare settings
  • Residential disability care residents
  • NDIS participants aged 16 and over, and carers of NDIS participants of any age
  • Critical and high risk workers in defence, police, fire, emergency services and meat processing.

People in the below priority groups may be eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine if they are 60 years or over.

  • Frontline health care workers who are part of the quarantine pathway or the dedicated COVID-19 hospital pathways (ICU/ED)
  • Residential aged care facility staff
  • Disability workers
  • Quarantine, medi-hotel, airport and maritime workers
  • People who are immediate family of, or living with, a quarantine or airport worker

See below for further information.

Residential aged care facility staff

To ensure that aged care workers can be fully vaccinated quickly, SA Health is making the Pfizer vaccine available to all people working in a Residential Aged Care Facility, regardless of age.

This includes all staff (nursing and personal care workers, allied health professionals, students on placement, kitchen, cleaning, laundry, garden and maintenance and administration/office staff), agency staff and contractors.

For more information please view the Frequently Asked Questions (PDF 167KB).

Residential aged care workers aged 16 to 59 – Book now 

60 years and over – Book by calling
1800 253 787 (9.00 am to 5.00 pm, 7 days).


If you can’t get through on the phone, or are experiencing a lengthy delay, please select the call back option and someone will return your call and book you in.

Disability workers

SA Health is making the Pfizer vaccine available to all disability workers, who are responsible for the care, support and services for people with disability, including:

  • Nursing, support and personal care workers
  • Disability workers with regular face to face roles in delivery of services to people with a disability
  • GPs, allied health and other healthcare professionals
  • Students on placement

Staff must be employed, hired, retained or contracted to provide services under the control of a provider under which they provide services to people with disability. This includes those employed through recruitment agencies, contractors, and students on placement at a facility.

Disability workers aged 16 to 59 – Book now 

Disability workers 60 years and over – Book by calling
1800 253 787 (9.00 am to 5.00 pm, 7 days).

If you can’t get through on the phone, or are experiencing a lengthy delay, please select the call back option and someone will return your call and book you in.

Pregnant women aged 16 to 39

In South Australia, all pregnant women are eligible to receive Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

Pregnant women should discuss COVID-19 vaccination with their health practitioner.

Pregnant women aged 40 years and over – Book now

Pregnant women aged 16 to 39 who are not already eligible in another cohort – Book by calling 1800 253 787 (9.00 am to 5.00 pm, 7 days).


If you can’t get through on the phone, or are experiencing a lengthy delay, please select the call back option and someone will return your call and book you in.

Quarantine pathway workers and contacts

People working in the quarantine and processing of international arrivals as well as their immediate family and household contacts are eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

People in these categories 50 years and over can book their appointment by calling the SA COVID-19 Information Line on 1800 253 787.

Quarantine pathway workers and their household contacts aged 16 to 59 – Book now


Quarantine pathway workers and their household contacts 60 years and over – Book by calling 1800 253 787 (9.00 am to 5.00 pm, 7 days).

People undertaking essential international travel

All people undertaking essential international travel can receive age-appropriate COVID-19 vaccination if they have been granted an Australian Border Force travel exemption stating their eligibility for COVID-19 vaccination.

In South Australia, if these travellers are aged 60 and over and need to travel in less than 14 weeks, they are eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

People aged 16 years and over undertaking essential international travel – Book now.


People aged 60 years and over undertaking essential international travel in less than 14 weeks – Book by calling 1800 253 787 (9.00 am to 5.00 pm, 7 days).


If you can’t get through on the phone, or are experiencing a lengthy delay, please select the call back option and someone will return your call and book you in.