Northshore Roseville COVID-19 Vaccine Centre

132B Pacific Highway Roseville – White Marquee down side lane-way


The Roseville COVID Vaccination Centre will now be providing the Novavax Vaccine to adults aged 18+yo.

This clinic can also provide the Moderna & Pfizer vaccines to all adults including children 12+yo. Currently Booster Vaccinations (Dose 3) are not recommended to children under age 16yo. This clinic can also provide the Astrazeneca Vaccine to adults aged 18+yo but please confirm your eligibility with your GP.

Appointment booking are released 1 Week in advance. This clinic has a large allocation of COVID Vaccines with many appointments released weekly.

OPENING HOURS:

TUESDAY & FRIDAY: 8am – 2pm

BOOKINGS by Appointment Only:

The Clinic will ONLY accept On-line Appointment bookings

Online Appointment Booking- May 31 & June 3

If this is your first visit to the Roseville COVID Vaccination Centre then you must complete the government form below with your official (medicare/passport) name only ONCE.

First Visit – Roseville Vaccine Clinic Registration Form

Please complete ALL forms with the same First and Last names exactly as it appears on your Medicare Card / ‘MyGov Account’. This is very important to receive digital proof of your vaccination (see below). This process is automated and any name errors can NOT be fixed by the Clinic staff.


Walk down the laneway to the Vaccine Clinic.

PROOF OF VACCINATION

If you require a proof of your vaccination you must register each dose with the Australian Immunisation Registry (AIR) by completing the following AIR Form (also known as “Vaccine checkin” form) [Link] ON THE DAY of each of your Dose 1 and 2 appointments. Please complete this form on the morning of each appointment at home. Upon completion you will receive a QR code/ 9 digit code – print a copy or take a picture of this code with your phone to show the staff at the clinic. This form is essential to register and get proof of your COVID vaccinations. You will need to be repeat this form for both Dose 1 & 2 and must only be completed ON THE DAY of your vaccination only.

Please complete the form CAREFULLY. Use your proper name as it appears on your medicare card or ‘MyGov Account’ and carefully input your Medicare or IHI number into the form. Note the clinic CANNOT fix any errors you have made in completing this form and you may not receive a proof of vaccination from the AIR. If you misspell your name or enter an incorrect name or date of birth on the AIR form we are NOT able to rectify this for you. You will then need to contact Medicare online to make any changes within your online immunisation history – see [Link].

For NON-citizens without a Medicare card, it is important that you obtain a IHI (Individual Healthcare Identifier) number – see [Link]. This number is important for the clinic to register your vaccination with the Australian Immunisation Registry (AIR). If you do NOT provide your IHI number on your AIR Registry form (Vaccine Checkin form) the clinic CANNOT fix these errors for you. Also if you misspell your name or enter an incorrect name or date of birth on the AIR form the clinic CANNOT fix these errors for you. You will then need to contact Medicare online to make any changes within your online immunisation history – see [Link].

Please allow 2-3 days for your vaccination to be registered with the AIR. You can get proof of your vaccination via the following website [Link].


DO NOT ATTEND your appointment if:

  • you are unsure about having the vaccination and do NOT provide consent. Please review vaccine information online and/or discuss any questions with your GP.
  • you are feeling unwell with fever, cough, runny nose or other symptoms that could be from COVID-19. Please get tested before coming to the Vaccine Clinic
  • you are waiting for COVID-19 test results, or have tested positive for COVID-19
  • you are a close contact of someone with COVID-19, or
  • you are in quarantine

Frequently Asked Questions


VACCINE INFORMATION:

Australian Government Department of Health – COVID-19 Vaccination Information – see website

United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/index.html.