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COVID-19 Vaccination

​Western NSW Local Health District provides support for the Federal Government’s vaccination program being rolled out through General Practitioners, with the provision of COVID-19 vaccination services to our communities. You can download a list of Other Local Vaccination Providers.

In Australia COVID-19 vaccinations are free and we encourage all eligible people in our District to have both doses of a vaccine as soon as possible.​

We will aim to vaccinate priority groups first, including aged care workers, disability workers, Aboriginal people and people over 16 with an underlying medical condition or disability.​

 

​On this page:​


 

Getting a COVID-19 va​​ccine locally​​
 

In addition to our clinics, COVID-19 vaccination is available through GPs, respiratory clinics, Aboriginal Medical Services and select pharmacies across our District.​

Our staff operate three Hub Clinics (Bathurst, Dubbo & Orange) as well as a Mobile Community Vaccination Service delivering vaccinations to other communities across our footprint.

 

Vaccines available and eligibility

  • Both Pfizer and AstraZeneca will be available at all our clinics, unless otherwise specified.​

  • If you are aged 12 years and over –  Pfizer will be available to you.

  • If you are aged 18 and over –  AstraZeneca will be available to you.​ Those aged 18-39 should speak to their healthcare provider prior to attending their appointment.


Please note: some dates may change, so keep checking this webpage and our Facebook page and your other local news providers for details about clinics in your location. 


​Permanent Clinics

​​​​​​​​Town​​

​Dates & Times

Venue

Learn More

​​Bathurst


Tuesday - Saturday

 

AstraZeneca Day:

Wed, 10am - 2pm


Pfizer​ Days:

Tue, 10am - 4pm

Thur, 11am - 7pm

Fri & Sat, 10am - 4pm


​​Bathurst Hub Clinic, Charles Sturt University campus, Building 1286, Panorama Avenue, Bathurst.

**Clinic accepts both walk-ins and booked appointments

Book Online
or phone
1800 571 155

​Dubb​o​​


​Tuesday - Saturday

 

AstraZeneca Day:

Wed, 11am - 3pm


Pfizer​ Days:

Tue, 9am - 3pm

Thur, 11am - 7pm

Fri & Sat, 9am - 3pm


​Dubbo COVID-19 Vaccination Hub,  Dubbo Showground, Wingewarra Street, Dubbo.

**Clinic accepts both walk-ins and booked appointments

Regular Clinic (Woolpack Pavilion)
- open Tuesdays - Thursdays.

Drive- Thru Clinic (MacInnes Pavilion)
- open Fridays & Saturdays


​Regular Clinic
Book Online
or phone 
1800 571 155



​Drive-Thru
Book Online

​Orange​

​Tuesday - Saturday

 

AstraZeneca Day:

Wed, 10am - 2pm


Pfizer​ Days:

Tue, 10am - 4pm

Thur, 11am - 7pm

Fri & Sat, 10am - 4pm


​​​Orange Hub Clinic, 123 Peisley Street, Orange.

**Clinic accepts both walk-ins and booked appointments



Book Online
or phone 
1800 571 155

​​​​Other Local Vaccination Providers



Mobile Community Clinics

Town​​

​Dates & Times

Venue

Learn More

​Cobar​


2 Dec

9am - 12pm


Mobile Vax Van - No bookings needed. 

Cobar Health Service, Lerida Road, Cobar.

***Pfizer - 1st, 2nd & booster doses available.​

​​More Details

​Trangie


1 Dec

9:30am - 11:30am


Mobile Vax Van - No bookings needed.  

Mitchell Hwy, Opposite "Ewe Two on Dandaloo"​, Trangie.

***Pfizer - 1st, 2nd & booster doses available.

More Details

​Narromine

30 Nov

9:30am - 11:30am


Mobile Vax Van - No bookings needed.  

Community Health Day Care Room, Naromine Health Service, 128 Cathundril Street, Narromine.

***Pfizer - 1st, 2nd & booster doses available.


​Nyngan


1 Dec

1pm - 3pm


Mobile Vax Van - No bookings needed. 

"Flood Memorial" Carpark, Mitchell Hwy, Nyngan.

***Pfizer - 1st, 2nd & booster doses available.


Warren


​​​​30 Nov

1pm - 3pm


Mobile Vax Van - No bookings needed. 

Riverside Car Park, Cnr R​iver Ave & Oxley Hwy, Warren.

***Pfizer - 1st, 2nd & booster doses available.

More Details

​​​​Other Local Vaccination Providers


Decisions about which communities we visit, and the order of those visits, are made following consideration of factors such as:

  • Which communities have higher populations of vulnerable and high priority groups, 

  • Locations where vaccination availability is lowest and potentially not available through the other providers, 

  • Latest vaccination rate data for various communities​, and 

  • Logistics such as the supply and transport of vaccine. 

Other providers may also be offering COVID-19 near you.  Visit the Online Eligibility Checker / vaccine clinic finder or call the NSW Vaccination number on 1800 571 155 to register for appointments with these other services. 

 
 

​​​​Eligibility

Eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccinations is set by the National COVID-19 Vaccination Program.

​AstraZeneca​​

​In Australia, people over 18yrs of age may be eligible to receive the AstraZeneca vaccine. The general criteria are:

  • It is the preferred vaccine for anyone aged 60 years old or above.
  • Anyone aged 18-39 years old should speak to their GP about having this vaccine.
  • Anyone aged over 40 years old can receive this vaccine either from a NSW Health or other provider.​​

Pfize​r

In Australia, Pfizer is currently offered to anyone aged over 12 years old​.

For more information about eligibility, visit the Online Eligibility Checker / vaccine clinic finder or call the NSW Vaccination number on 1800 571 155.


 

​​​Which vaccines are available?​​​

AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines may available through our vaccination services. Both vaccines have been shown to be very safe, and extremely effective in stopping people becoming very sick, or even dying, if they have Covid-19.

Our Hub Centres in Bathurst, Dubbo & Orange currently offer both Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines, appointments can be made via the Online Eligibility Checker / vaccine clinic finder​ or by calling the NSW Vaccination number on 1800 571 155.

Our mobile community vaccination clinics may offer a combination of both AstraZeneca and vaccines, subject to availability. ​

 


 

​​​​​​​More about the COVID-19 vaccines​​
If you have questions about COVID-19 vaccines, the benefits or risks of receiving your vaccination, or your eligibility, please speak to your local health professionals.

 
Below is a list of helpful links to sites where you can find more information and resources.

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