Vaccination clinics and sites

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.

Across South Australia, there are a range of vaccination clinics and providers where eligible people can get vaccinated.

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.

All South Australians aged 12 and over can now book an appointment for COVID-19 vaccines:

  • People aged 12 to 17 will only be given the Pfizer vaccine.
  • The AstraZeneca vaccine is available for people aged 18 and over, If you are aged 18 to 59, you will need to make an informed decision. Visit the AstraZeneca page for more information.
  • People aged 60 and over can now choose which vaccine they would like to receive, if they are vaccinated at an SA Health clinic.

Find a SA Health COVID-19 vaccination clinic

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General Practices and GP-led Respiratory Clinics

Use the Eligibility Checker to find participating General Practices (GPs) and GP-led Respiratory Clinics providing the COVID-19 vaccine.

Please note these clinics may not offer the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to people aged 60 and over.

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 12 years and older.

Please note these clinics may not offer the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to people aged 60 and over.

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

Pharmacies

Use the Eligibility Checker to find participating community pharmacies in metropolitan and regional South Australia providing the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.

Clinics for Year 11 and 12 school students

Year 11 and 12 students can get priority access for COVID-19 vaccination at SA Health COVID-19 vaccination clinics during September.

This allows them to be fully vaccinated before they finish school.

If you are in Year 11 or 12, you can walk in at the following SA Health COVID-19 vaccination clinics without an appointment by showing your student ID:

Appointments are limited and subject to availability.

Clinics for residential aged care facility staff and volunteers

Dedicated vaccination clinics have been established to ensure that residential aged care workers and volunteers can be fully vaccinated quickly – Book now.

Clinics for disability workers

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

This includes:

  • 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.


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 12 - 15 years with medical conditions or disability

Children aged 12 – 15 years with medical conditions or disability can be vaccinated at WCH Pfizer Vaccine Clinic. Find out more about vaccinations for children with medical conditions on disability.