Whooping cough vaccination in the third trimester of pregnancy is the first step in protecting your baby against whooping cough.
Read about the importance of being vaccinated against whooping cough.
Immunisation is an important process for the prevention of disease across our community. The Adelaide Hills Council conducts public immunisation clinics at both Stirling and Woodside.
Click here to download the Immunisation Clinic Schedule for both Stirling and Woodside.
Appointments are not available, the clinics are run in a drop-in style.
The Government of South Australia provides an online immunisation calculator for parents to ensure their children are receiving all the Australian standard vaccines.
Seasonal flu vaccines are generally available from early April. Vaccinations are available at any of the listed clinics with no bookings required. The FluQuadri vaccine is currently available at a cost of $25. Please be aware that NO FEE applies for pregnant women or people over 65 years of age. Please discuss this with the nurse at the time of your vaccination.
For Hepatitis A or the Combined Hepatitis A and B (Twinrix) vaccine, please contact council at least seven days before the clinic to ensure availability. Hepatitis B vaccines are also available.
For information regarding catch-up vaccinations for school aged children, toddlers or babies please contact:
Pop Up Medics | Phone 1300 858 047 or email@example.com Download the vaccine price list
SHARPS DISPOSAL CONTAINERS
Council also offers sharps disposal containers for sale.
Two containers are available:
Full containers can be returned to council at either Gumeracha, Stirling or Woodside for disposal. Please note that this service is available to private individual users only. Commercial quantities will not be accepted. Please ensure the container is sealed and please be aware we can only accept the authorised yellow medical sharps containers.