Many childhood diseases which are potentially life threatening are preventable.

The City of Wanneroo's Health Services team provides a free immunisation service for infants and children in accordance with the Western Australian Vaccination Schedule.

Immunisation clinics are held at local child health centres throughout the year. A certified immunisation nurse administers all of the vaccines and experienced staff are available to give advice.

To find out about your nearest clinic and dates for 2017 please see the immunisation roster or contact the City’s Health Services on 9405 5000. 

Please note: appointments are necessary at all City of Wanneroo clinics.

Year 8 School Vaccination Programme from 2014 

From 2014 the Western Australian School Based Immunisation Program will be offered at your child’s high school for all year 8 students by the City of Wanneroo.  Year 8 students will be offered:

three doses of Gardasil (HPV) vaccine at three separate visits with a minimum interval of four weeks between the first and second doses, and 12 weeks between the second and third doses

one dose of varicella zoster (chicken pox) vaccine at the same visit as the first HPV vaccine

one dose of Adacel (diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis) vaccine at the same visit as the second HPV vaccine.

These vaccines will be offered over three visits. 

Term 1  Term 2  Term 3/4
HPV 1st dose HPV 2nddose HPV 3rddose
Chicken pox Adacel  


The City’s Immunisation Team will be visiting all high schools within the City three times during the course of the year. 

Parents also have the option of having their child vaccinated at one of our immunisation clinics, which are held regularly, or by their GP. 

Travellers' Health

For information on immunisation requirements when travelling overseas contact Travel Vax on 1300 360 164. 

For more information about immunisation services, please contact the City of Wanneroo’s Health Services on 9405 5000.