Vaccine ordering

Ordering government-funded vaccines

Order government-funded vaccines through the WA Health online ordering system (external site), and refer to the WA Immunisation Schedule and cold chain management

See also WA Health Guideline for Accessing State Funded Vaccines and Immunoglobulin Blood Products for Public Health Control Activities (Word 689KB) or contact your public health unit for eligibility or immunisation advice.

Government-funded vaccines administered to patients should be recorded in the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR). Visit Guide to AIR

To become a WA Health Immunisation Service Provider (ISP) register (external site) or email

Yellow fever

The yellow fever vaccine can only be administered at approved WA Health Yellow Fever Vaccination Centres (PDF 235KB) who comply with The National Guidelines for Yellow Fever Vaccination Centres and Providers (external site). Centres must ensure all practitioners who are prescribing the yellow fever vaccine complete the online Yellow Fever Vaccination Course (external site) before 26 November 2021, and subsequently every three years. 

WA Health uses the forms within The National Guidelines (external site) as follows:

  • New WA Health Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre applications:

Read and review The National Guideline (external site) then complete both Attachment A: Application for a Medical Practice to become an Approved Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre (Pages 12-14) and Attachment B: Conditions Applying to an Approved Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre (Pages 15-17). Send completed forms to and await confirmation.

  • Changes to WA Health Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre details:

Complete Attachment C: Change of Details Form (Pages 18-19 of The National Guideline (external site). Send completed form and practitioner's certificates attained from the online Yellow Fever Vaccination Course (external site) to Yellow fever booklets can only be ordered by approved centres, locally from Equip Health Systems Pty Ltd or from the World Health Organisation (external site).

Rabies and Australian bat lyssavirus post-exposure prophylaxis

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

For guidelines and information, including immunoglobulin and vaccine cache stock, visit Rabies statutory notification and public health management.

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