Our immunisation clinics are open.

Immunisation is a simple, safe and effective way of protecting against harmful diseases.

Our immunisation program offers the vaccinations listed under the National Immunisation Program Schedule and operates within the National Health and Medical Research Council (NH&MRC) guidelines.

You can see the immunisation schedules on the Queensland Health website.

For more information about immunisation, please call us on 07 3412 3412.

Influenza program

Influenza is a contagious respiratory illness that’s caused by a virus. In Australia, dozens of deaths and thousands of hospitalisations due to influenza are recorded each year. 

The 2020 Influenza vaccine has now arrived. Please see below for clinic times and locations

Queensland Health funds the vaccine for people considered to be at high risk for influenza. Influenza vaccinations are free for:

  • all persons aged 65 years and over
  • all pregnant women (at any stage of pregnancy)
  • all children aged 6 months to less than 5 years
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (aged 6 months and over)
  • people with medical conditions like severe asthma and diabetes may also be eligible, please call us on 07 3412 3412 to confirm eligibility.


Vaccination strongly recommended for individuals with the following conditions

Cardiac disease 
Cyanotic congenital heart disease, congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease
Chronic respiratory conditions
Sever asthma, cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis, suppurative lung disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic emphysema
Chronic  neurological conditions Hereditary and degenerative CNS diseases, seizure disorders, spinal cord injuries, neuromuscular disorders
Immunocompromising conditions Immunocompromised due to disease or treatment, asplenia or splenic dysfunction, HIV infection
Diabetes and other metabolic disorders Type 1 or 2 diabetes, chronic metabolic disorders
Renal disease Chronic renal failure
Haematological disorders  Haemoglobinopathies
Long-term aspirin therapy in children aged 6 months to 10 years These children are at increased risk of Reye syndrome following influenza infection

Members of the public who are not considered at high risk can purchase the vaccine for $10.

Community clinic locations

We hold weekly community immunisation clinics. You do not need to make an appointment, but you should arrive at least 20 minutes before closing time. Please bring your Medicare card and Photo ID. 

Clinics are closed on Public Holidays. 

Location Address Opening times

Beenleigh Library

Crete Street, Beenleigh

Every Thursday
9.00am to 10.00am

Browns Plains Early Years Centre

Corner Wineglass and Middle Roads, Hillcrest

Every Thursday
12:00pm to 1.00pm

Crestmead PCYC

Gimlet Street, Crestmead


Every Wednesday
11.00am to 11.30am

Capalaba Library

14 Noeleen Street, Capalaba

Thursday 5 March 2020
3.30pm to 5.30pm

Thursday 2 April 2020
3.30pm to 5.30pm

Thursday 22 October 
3.30pm to 5.30pm

Flagstone State School

Community Building, Coachwood Drive, Flagstone

Every Monday
9.00am to 10.00am

(Flagstone Clinic is closed during school holidays)

Greenbank State School

Gate 8, Old School Building

24–36 Goodna Road, Greenbank

Every Monday
11.00am to 11.45am

(Greenbank Clinic is closed during school holidays)

Jimboomba Library

18–22 Honora Street, Jimboomba

Every Thursday
11.00am to 12.00pm

Logan Central Library

26 Wilbur Street, Logan Central

Every Thursday
3.30pm to 7.00pm

Logan Hyperdome Library 

66 Mandew Street, Shailer Park

Every Saturday
9.00am to 11.00am

Marsden Library

35 Chambers Flat Road, Marsden

Every Friday
11.00am to 12.00pm

Springwood Child Health

16 Cinderella Drive, Springwood

Every Friday
9.00am to 10.00am

Yarrabilba Family and Community Place

3 Darnell Street, Yarrabilba

Every Wednesday
9.00am to 10.00am

Community consent forms

You will need to complete a consent form before you or your child can be vaccinated. Consent forms are available at all clinics, or you can download one below and fill it in before your visit.

Vaccines available for purchase

If you are not eligible for a free vaccine, you can pay to be vaccinated.

2019 – 2020 price list:

  • Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis (Whooping Cough) – $30.00
  • Chickenpox – $45.00
  • Hepatitis A – $50.00
  • Hepatitis B, Adult – $14.00
  • Hepatitis B, Paediatric – $11.00
  • Hepatitis A and B combined – $55.00 (please check for availability)
  • Human Papilloma Virus – $120.00
  • Influenza, Adult – $10.00
  • Influenza, Paediatric – $10.00
  • Measles, Mumps and Rubella – $21.00
  • Meningococcal ACWY – $52.50
  • Polio – $32.00
  • Shingles – $185.00.

* Some vaccines require multiple doses, and the prices given above are per dose. Vaccines are not subject to GST.*

School Immunisation Program

The School Immunisation Program gives parents the opportunity to have their child vaccinated for free at school.

Year 7 students are offered vaccination to protect against:

  • Human Papillomavirus
  • Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis (Whooping Cough).

Year 10 students are offered vaccination to protect against:

  • Meningococcal ACYW.

Consent forms

Your child will be given a consent form for the School Immunisation Program at the start of the school year. Please fill in the consent form and send it back to your child’s school.

Children can only be vaccinated at school if their school receives a signed consent form. If you have lost your child's consent form, you can download one below:

If you don’t return the consent form to your child’s school, you can email it directly to us at

Information sheets

Immunisation records

The Australian Immunisation Register is a national register administered by Medicare. Historically, this register recorded vaccines given to children under 10 years of age. In 2016, it became a whole-of-life register.

Requesting records

The quickest and easiest way to access your immunisation records is online. Log into your Medicare online account through myGov or the Express Plus Medicare mobile app.

If you would like a record of vaccines given only by Logan City Council, you will need to download and fill in the Immunisation records request form (PDF 196 KB). Send the completed form with a certified copy of your identification to Your request will be processed within 14 days.

We must act in line with the Information Privacy Act 2009 and will not process your request without certified identification.

A certified copy of identification is a copy of an original identification document that has been verified as a true copy by an authorised witness. Suitable identification documents include your driver’s licence (copy of front and back), passport or birth certificate. Authorised witnesses include lawyers, Justices of the Peace or Commissioners for Declarations. The person witnessing the document will need to see your original identification document. 

If you don’t have a certified copy of an identification document, you can visit one of our customer service centres and a council officer can photocopy and validate your identification (such as your driver’s licence, passport or birth certificate).

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Updating the Australian Immunisation Register 

Vaccines administered by Logan City Council

The Australian Immunisation Register currently lists vaccines given as part of the School Immunisation Program since 2018.

The previous Queensland register, the Vaccine Information and Vaccine Administration System (VIVAS), is gradually being transferred to the Australian Immunisation Register.

If your immunisations (or your child’s immunisations) are not listed on the Australian Immunisation Register and you would like us to update your record, please email the immunisation team at and include the following information:

  • full name and date of birth
  • Medicare number
  • school name.

Vaccines administered overseas

If you or your child received vaccines overseas and would like these recorded on the Australian Immunisation Register, please email the immunisation team at and include the following information:

  • full name and date of birth
  • Medicare number
  • copy of the immunisation record.

Resolving Centrelink and Medicare notices

If Centrelink or Medicare have sent you a letter about your child’s overdue vaccines, follow the steps below to resolve the issue.

  • If you missed a vaccination - take your child to one of our immunisation clinics or your doctor to catch up
  • If your child is fully vaccinated, but:
    • Medicare online shows there are outstanding vaccinations - contact the healthcare provider who gave your child the vaccination and ask them to send the details to the Australian Immunisation Register
    • Medicare online is up to date, but Centrelink has sent you a letter saying vaccinations are overduemake sure you have given Centrelink permission to access your child’s immunisation records. Call Centrelink or Medicare to have them link your records
    • If your child was born and vaccinated overseas - you need to have your records added to the Australian Immunisation Register. You can email your child’s full name, date of birth, Medicare number, and a copy of the immunisation recordy to us at

Vaccine monitoring and surveillance

We use a text message service called SmartVax to follow up with people who have had a vaccination.

Participation in the text messaging service is not compulsory.

The text message service will ask whether you (or your child) experienced any reaction to the vaccination.

If anyone responds saying they experienced a reaction, they will be sent an SMS link to a one-minute online survey, which asks for more details. We are notified about any reactions reported, and any information about suspected serious reactions may be shared with public health authorities. This information is used to monitor vaccine safety.