If you are currently eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine, there are three ways you can get your free COVID-19 vaccine.
Vaccines are available at:
Tasmanian Government community clinics
The Tasmanian Government is running free community clinics across the State. More locations will be added to the list as the vaccine program progresses.
The current community clinics are:
Dates & Times
Burnie Surf Life Saving Club , 2 North Terrace, Burnie
Appointments available Sunday, Monday and Tuesday from 20 June to 6 July
9am to 3:45pm
Scout and Guide Hall, 8 Heron Street, Huonville
18 & 25 June
9am to 4pm
Kingborough Community Hub, Goshawk Way, Kingston
28 & 29 June
9am to 4pm
29 Charles Street, Moonah
Appointments available Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 10 and 26 June, 22 and 31 July and 5 and 7 August|
Thursdays - 12noon to 8pm
Rosny Park Bowls Club, 40 Bastick Street, Rosny
Appointments available Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday through June and July
Until 16 June - 10am to 7:30pm
22 June through to July - 9am to 5pm
26 Arthur Street, Scottsdale
27 & 28 June
4 & 5 July
Sundays - 1pm to 5pm
Argitas College, 12 Nelson Street, Smithton
19 & 20 June
9am to 4pm
Clinics for 16-59 year olds
Appointments are available for people aged 16-59 who fit the below categories:
- Adults with underlying medical conditions
- Critical and high-risk workers
- Health care workers
- Household contacts of quarantine and border workers
- Staff at aged and disability residential care facilities
- Border security and quarantine staff
- Frontline health staff at higher risk
The clinics are located at:
- Royal Hobart Hospital
- Wellington Clinic (Hobart CBD)
- Launceston General Hospital
- Mersey Community Hospital
Bookings are essential. Call the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738 to make a booking.
If you do not fall into these categories we will let you know when you become eligible so that you can make an appointment.
Community Clinics on King Island, Flinders Island and Cape Barren Island
The Tasmanian Government is running COVID-19 vaccination clinics for all residents on King Island, Flinders Island and Cape Barren Island who are aged 16 to 49 years old. Residents who missed out on getting vaccinated previously can receive a first dose. Residents who already received their first dose will get their second vaccination.
Bookings are preferred, but walk-ins are accepted. To book, please call the Tasmanian Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738.
The vaccination team will be returning to the islands on the following dates:
Cape Barren Island
Community Health Centre
5 Everett Court, Cape Barren Island
Thursday 10 June – contact the Community Health Centre on 6359 3566 to book an appointment. Bookings are preferred, but walk-ins accepted.
King Island District Hospital
35 Edwards St, Currie
Tuesday 15 June to Thursday 17 June – 9am to 4pm
Friday 18 June – 9am to 12pm
A number of GP clinics are offering the vaccine to people 50 years and older.
To find out which GP clinics are available in your area check the eligibility checker
You will have to book an appointment directly with the GP clinic.
If your GP is not participating in the roll-out, you will be able to access a free vaccine at a community clinic or another GP accepting other patients.
GP respiratory clinics
There are GP respiratory clinics located in Hobart, Launceston and St Helens offering the vaccine for free to people aged 50 years and older.
To book an appointment call:
Hobart GP respiratory clinic – 03 6165 2367
Before your appointment
Before being vaccinated you will be provided with information about the vaccine and will need to sign a consent form, just like with other vaccinations you have received.
For more information about the vaccine, visit our FAQ page.