The State Government, Sport and Recreation Victoria (SRV) announced the outcome of Council’s applications for the 2017/18 Community Sports Infrastructure Funding.
Find an immunisation session
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, only one parent with one child is allowed at the immunisation sessions. Mask must be worn before entering the immunisation session.
Our immunisation sessions are appointment-based, bookings can be made by clicking on the button.
Our community immunisation sessions are held at the following locations:
- Bentleigh McKinnon Youth Centre, 1–5 Higgins Road, Bentleigh
- Carnegie Library and Community Centre, 7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie
- Caulfield Park Pavillion, 280 Balaclava Road, Caulfield North
- Connect Health, 2A Gardeners Road, Bentleigh East
- Glen Eira Town Hall, corner Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield
- McKinnon Public Hall, 118 McKinnon Road, McKinnon
Special four-year-old immunisation
We run a special four-year-old session once a month and the children getting immunised gets a free show bag.
These vaccinations are recommended to be given to children the month they turn four. Our four-year-old immunisation sessions are by appointment only. Children aged between six months and under five years can also be immunised at the four-year-old session. We kindly ask that only one parent per child attend the session.
Prepare for your visit
Bookings are required. You should bring your child’s health book or immunisation records, and a Medicare card (if you have one).
For further information, contact Council’s Service Centre on 03 9524 3333.
2022 Influenza vaccination
Vaccination against influenza (flu) is important this year. Annual vaccination is our best defence against flu virus and its complications.
Over the COVID-19 period there has been lower exposure to influenza virus and lower levels of influenza vaccine coverage compared to previous years. With borders reopening a possible resurgence of influenza can occur in 2022.
Influenza and COVID-19 vaccination
ATAGI (Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation) has advised that influenza vaccines can be co-administered (on the same day) with a COVID-19 vaccine. Co-administration with COVID-19 booster vaccines could be a prompt for influenza vaccination.
Timing of vaccination
The highest level of protection occurs in the first 3 to 4 months following vaccination. Annual vaccination should ideally occur before the onset of each influenza season. This is usually from June to September in most parts of Australia but may be atypical this year. Vaccinating from April provides protection before the peak season.
2022 Influenza vaccination availability
Annual Free flu vaccines under the National Immunisation Program (NIP) for adults aged 65 years and over are available now at the Council’s Community Immunisation sessions.
Influenza vaccination for children
The influenza vaccine for children over 6 months of age to under 5 years is available during Council’s community sessions.
We are aware that the City of Monash has disclosed that, following an internal review of its infringement appeals process that it has concerns regarding its level of compliance with the requirements of the Infringements Act. It is important to note that no two councils’ contracts or processes with Tenix are identical.