Services we offer
Immunisation is provided for babies and children in the school program.
Vaccines include Hepatitis B, Diphtheria, Tetanus and accellular pertussis (DTPa), Chicken Pox, Gardasil - Human Papilomavirus (HPV), Meningococcal C, Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), Varicella (VZV) and Rotavirus.
UPDATE regarding COVID-19 and City of Marion Immunisation clinics
Council Immunisation clinics are going ahead as listed on our website.
While public access to the Marion Cultural Centre and Cove Civic Centre is suspended, staff at each location will manage people entering and exiting the building for the immunisation clinics.
Social distancing and other precautions will be in place.
As per Government guidelines, please keep 1.5 metres between yourself and others.
Immunisation clinics are run by City of Marion at the Marion Cultural Centre and the Cove Civic Centre for children up to 7 years of age, school students and adolescents who have missed vaccinations at school (up to the age of 19).
The Council also supports immunisation services offered by local Medical Practitioners.
The below immunisation schedule will assist you to understand what immunisations your child needs.
Council Immunisation Clinics are offered for children up to the age of 7 years, catch up clinics for eligible school students, and people up to the age of 19. These are drop in services and no appointment is required.
Please note: To be eligible for a free vaccine at the Council Immunisation Clinic you are required to possess a Medicare card. If you do not have a Medicare card you need to see your General Practitioner for immunisation.
See dates for 2021 below.
Marion Cultural Centre
*First Thursday of the month
287 Diagonal Road, Oaklands Park SA 5046
1:15 pm to 3:45 pm
*Please note alternate location below for January, March and May 2021.
Administration Centre (temporary location)
245 Sturt Road, Sturt
1:15 pm – 3:45 pm
Cove Civic Centre
Third Thursday of the month
1 Ragamuffin Drive, Hallett Cove SA 5158
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
The City of Marion runs "NARI" clinics which provide immunisation for people who are refugees or who are newly arrived to Australia.
The clinics are held once per month at the Mitchell Park Neighbourhood Centre, providing a great link to our neighbourhood centres with people who are new to our community. Bookings are by referral. Interpreters can be arranged for people accessing the clinics.
Mitchell Park Neighbourhood Centre is located at 1 Cumbria Court, Mitchell Park.
For further information please contact Pop Up Medics by calling or via email.
This help line provides telephone information and support at any time 7 days a week (calls received between 7.15am - 9.15pm will be answered by local Parent Helpline staff; calls received outside these hours will be automatically redirected to the national healthdirect helpline).
For all immunisation records please contact the Australian Immunisation Register on 1800 653 809 or by visiting the Australian Government Department of Human Services website.
If you would like more details about any immunisation matters, please don't hesitate to contact your doctor or visit the agencies listed below.