Travel Advice and Immunisation

Heading overseas? Don’t take unnecessary risks with your health – come and see us first for up-to-date travel advice on the countries you’re visiting, and which boosters and travel immunisations you’ll need.

The vaccination travel advice for different countries can change regularly, as the local health situation changes. Even if you’re travelling to countries in Europe or North America, are you sure that all your booster shots are up to date? The last thing you want is for your holiday to be cut short with an unexpected illness.

Get safe before you fly and make sure you have up-to-the-minute advice on the travel immunisations you’ll need for each country, so you don’t accidentally bring back any unwanted illnesses as souvenirs.

Please Note: We are not a Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinic

Yellow fever is a viral disease that is transmitted by mosquitoes in some regions of Africa, Central and South America. It is also a quarantinable disease in Australia under the provisions of the International Health Regulations 2005 (IHR). The purpose of the IHR is to prevent the international spread of disease.

Many countries require arriving travellers who have come from, or travelled through, a yellow fever risk area to hold a valid International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis or valid letter of exemption before entering these countries.

The yellow fever vaccination requirements for entry into each country vary considerably. Travellers should check the yellow fever vaccination entry requirements for the countries they intend to enter or transit through before they leave Australia. You can contact the country’s foreign embassy or consulate in Australia or visit Smartraveller for vaccination requirements for other countries.

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