Over 1,000 GP clinics will be able to start COVID-19 vaccinations from Monday, 22 March, with that figure climbing to 4,000 by the end of April as part of Phase 1B of the vaccine programe.
Phase 1B of the vaccine programe will include anyone aged 70 years or over, along with more healthcare and frontline workers, and people with particular medical conditions.
The GP clinics that will commence vaccinations in and around Wentworth on Monday, 22 March 2021 are:
Bondi Junction Respiratory Clinic -
Phone: (02) 9194 2788
Address: 47 Spring Street, Bondi Junction NSW 2022
Hours: 9am-5pm (Monday to Friday), 9am-3pm (Saturday), closed Sunday
Double Bay Doctors -
Phone: (02) 9328 3100
Address: 422 New South Head Road, Double Bay NSW 2028
Hours: 8am-9pm (Monday to Thursday), 8am-6pm (Friday), 8am-2pm (Saturday and Sunday)
Cooper Street Clinic, Double Bay -
Phone: (02) 9328 5444
Address: 1 Cooper Street, Double Bay NSW 2028
Hours: 8am-5:30pm (Monday to Friday), 8am-12pm (Saturday), closed Sunday
Paddington Family Practice -
Phone: (02) 9331 5080
Address: 465 Oxford Street, Paddington NSW 2021
Hours: 8:30am-6pm (Monday to Thursday), 8:30am-5:30pm (Friday), 9am-12pm (Saturday), closed Sunday
Woollahra General Practice -
Phone: (02) 9360 4712
Address: 16 Oxford Street, Woollahra NSW 2025
Hours: 8:30am-6pm (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday), 8:30am-5:30pm (Wednesday), 9:30am-12pm (Saturday), closed Sunday
Rose Bay Medical Practice -
Phone: (02) 9371 8377
Address: 535 Old South Head Road, Rose Bay NSW 2029
Hours: 8am-1pm, 2:30pm-6:30pm (Monday to Thursday), 8am-1pm, 2:30pm-4pm (Friday), 9am-12:30pm (Saturday), closed Sunday
Coogee Family Medical Centre -
Phone: (02) 9315 8999
Address: 201 Coogee Bay Road, Coogee NSW 2034
Hours: 8am-6pm (Monday to Friday), closed Saturday and Sunday
Arys Health Medical Centre, Sydney -
Phone: (02) 8188 2299
Address: 280 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Hours: 8:30am-5:30pm (Monday to Friday), 9:30am-1pm Saturday, closed Sunday
There will be six million Australians vaccinated in Phase 1B, and not all will be able to be vaccinated immediately. We recognise that every Australian will have the opportunity to be vaccinated over the coming months and we thank every Australian for their patience.
How can I find out when I will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine?
To check when you will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, use our Vaccine Eligibility Checker here. If you are currently eligible, you will be able to view vaccination clinics and book an appointment online or via phone. If you are not yet eligible, you will be able to register your interest so that you can be notified when you are able to book.
Do I have to use the Eligibility Checker in order to book an appointment?
The Eligiblity Checker is a helpful tool to help you find out if you are currently eligible to book.
The checker will guide you through a simple way to find and book vaccine appointments, or help you register to be notified if you are part of a later phase. If you prefer to book appointments directly at a participating GP or Commonwealth state vaccination clinic, you can contact them directly to do so.
What happens if there are no clinics or appointments in my area?
A list of Commonwealth vaccintion clinics, participating General Practices, and state and territory vaccination clinics will be made available as they come online. In the early stages of Phase 1B, general practice start dates will be staggered and dosage allocation will be dependent on vaccine availability. Over 1,000 GP clinics will be able to start COVID-19 vaccinations from Monday, 22 March, with that figure climbing to 4,000 GP clinics by the end of April as part of Phase 1B.
This controlled and sequenced commencement process ensures an efficient and equitable distribution of vaccines across the country, and ensures that as many individuals as possible within the 1B cohort are able to receive the vaccine from their own doctor. Every Australian will have the opportunity to be vaccinated and we thank you for your patience as we commence the rollout.
Where can I find a full list of vaccination locations as they are updated?
Visit the Department of Health's website here to see a full list of vaccination locations as they come online.
Where can I find accurate, evidence based answers to questions about the vaccine?
With new COVID-19 vaccine developments every day, it’s normal to have questions or concerns, and possibly feel hesitant about getting a vaccine. Visit the our website here for the latest, evidence-based answers to all your questions.