Flu shots are free for:
Speak to your GP, pharmacist or Aboriginal Medical Service about getting your flu shot today.
The flu and COVID-19 vaccines can be given together at the same time.
Although the symptoms are similar, flu and COVID-19 are caused by different viruses. It is important to protect yourself and the community from both illnesses.
Read more about the
seasonal influenza vaccination 2022 program or
COVID-19 vaccination in NSW.
Families and young children
Medically at risk
Order flu resources
All NSW children aged from 6 months to under five years of age will be offered
free influenza shots.
Influenza, or flu, is a highly contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. It is more serious than a common cold. In 2017 more than 650 people died in NSW from influenza related complications.
This year’s influenza vaccines have been updated to provide the best possible protection. By getting a flu shot you’re protecting yourself and the community from serious illness.
Learn more with the
flu fact sheet and
FluTracking is an online community-based health surveillance system to detect influenza epidemics. By taking part, you’ll not only be contributing to scientific research, you will be helping to track influenza in your local community and nation-wide.