If your child has been vaccinated overseas, Council can assist you in ensuring your child is up to date according to the National Immunisation Program. You are required to provide a copy of the overseas vaccination records.
Calculating a catch-up schedule may take up to two weeks. When complete you will be contacted via email and be advised to book at a Council immunisation session.
You will need to obtain a formal translation if the records are not in English
This service is for residents who have been in Australia for more than two years – a fee applies.
Department of Social Service
Free Translation Service for permanent residents (refer to eligibility on their website)
1800 962 100
Updating Your Vaccinations
If you wish to vaccinate your child through Council’s immunisation service you must:
- If your immunisation history is in another language other than English, it will need to be translated prior to submitting.
- Report immunisation details via the online form and attach any records you may have
- Submit your details
You can also contact your GP for advice about vaccination catch-ups and updating your child’s overseas history to the Australian Immunisation Register.