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Immunisation is a simple, safe and effective method to protect against preventable diseases.

Disease has less of a chance to spread if the majority of the population are immunised.

Over 90% of children are fully immunised in the Brisbane South PHN region, which is below the national immunisation target of 95%. Immunisation rates remain even lower in both the culturally and linguistically diverse, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

This page is still being developed, check back later for more details about immunisation.

What are the recommended immunisations

To ensure that every immunisation is as effective as possible, they should be performed on the due dates as outlined in the National Immunisations Program Schedule for Queensland.

Click here to view the schedule.

Click here to learn about the VacciDate app.

How to check immunisation status

The Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) records the immunisations that are given to people of all ages throughout Australia.

To access the AIR you will need to sign up for online services and download a history statement.

If you are unable to register for online services, you can call AIR on 1800 653 809 and request a history statement.

Click here to access AIR.

Where can I access free immunisations

In an attempt to improve community immunisation rates, two local city councils within the Brisbane South PHN region offer free immunisation clinics.

Click here to learn about the Brisbane City Council immunisation clinic.

Click here to learn about the Logan City Council immunisation clinic.