Kangaroo Island COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic (Kingscote Town Hall)
The last day to receive a first dose Pfizer vaccine on the Island is Wednesday 23 June.
If you are aged 16 – 59, book your Pfizer appointment now!
Bookings not essential
This vaccination clinic is now able to accept walk-in appointments.
Make a booking
If you are aged 16 - 59, you will need to book your first dose (Pfizer) appointment between 8 – 23 June.
Additionally, you will need to be available to attend your second dose (Pfizer) appointment between 9 – 20 July.
If you are aged 60 and over, you will need to book your first dose (AstraZeneca) appointment between 24 June – 8 July.
Additionally, you will need to be available to attend your second dose (AstraZeneca) appointment between 20 September – 4 October.
How to find us
The Kingscote COVID-19 vaccination clinic is located at:
Kingscote Town Hall, 5 Murray Street, Kingscote
Public parking is available at the rear of the Town Hall, and along Murray Street and Osmond Terrace. Please observe any time limit signage.
Shuttle Bus service
For Islanders with transport access issues, a Shuttle Bus service has been made available. A timetable can be found here.
Alternatively, please call or text Colin (24/7 KI Bus Charters) on 0473 672 139.
If using the Shuttle Bus, please ensure that you book your appointment on a day in which your route is available.
There are two routes available, each operating 3 days per week:
Route 1: Vivonne Bay > Gosse > Parndana > Kingscote (Loop – Mon, Wed, Fri)
Route 2: Penneshaw > American River > Kingscote (Loop – Tues, Thurs, Sat)
The Kingscote COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic takes bookings for any Kangaroo Island resident aged 16 years and over. You will need to provide proof of your KI address, such as your driver’s licence or utility bill.
For information on what to bring to your appointment and what to expect on the day, please read the fact sheet - Kingscote COVID-19 Vaccination clinic (PDF 260KB).
Other COVID-19 vaccination clinic locations
To find another SA Health clinic, visit the COVID-19 vaccination clinics page.
For questions or feedback, call the SA COVID-19 Information Line on 1800 253 787 9.00 am to 5.00 pm, 7 days.