Vaccine ordering

Ordering government-funded vaccines

To order government-funded vaccines under the WA Immunisation Schedule, use the WA Health online ordering system (external site).

The ordering system contains handy links, including the User Guide, provider order history, and other WA Health and Commonwealth websites.

To apply for approval to become a new provider, email or register through the ordering system

Pharmacist Influenza Vaccination Trial

Under the Pharmacist Influenza Vaccination Trial, pharmacists will be able to vaccinate individuals aged 65 years and older with the higher immunogenicity influenza vaccine.

Vaccine orders for this trial will be processed through Symbion, Sigma or API wholesale distributors. Please order direct through distributors.

Yellow fever

See the list of WA Health approved yellow fever vaccination providers (PDF 216KB).

To apply for approval to administer the yellow fever vaccine, or if practice or doctor's details change, please email

Yellow fever vaccination providers are required to submit a quarterly yellow fever report (PDF 119KB).

Yellow fever is a notifiable infectious disease in Western Australia. Learn about yellow fever statutory notification process and public health management.

Rabies and Australian bat lyssavirus post-exposure prophylaxis

WA Health provides post-exposure prophylaxis for persons with potential exposure to rabies or other lyssaviruses, including Australian bat lyssavirus.

Contact your Public Health Unit or after hours duty officer (Healthy WA) regarding post-exposure prophylaxis for patients.

Immunoglobulin product KamRAB information

When the human rabies immunoglobulin product Kamrab is supplied by WA Health for post-exposure treatment, special access scheme information needs to be provided to patients, and administration consent forms completed.

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