The NSW Immunisation Program provides the community of NSW with protection against vaccine preventable diseases through initiatives targeting infants, adolescents, healthcare workers and older people.

The program is coordinated by NSW Health and Local Heath Districts. It is run in accordance with the requirements of the National Immunisation Program, through which the Australian Government provides funds to NSW for the purchase of vaccines, and is strongly aligned with the priorities of the NSW State Plan and State Health Plan.


Resources for Health Professionals


Resources for Parents

SKAI (Sharing Knowledge About Immunisation) is a communication system and suite of resources for healthcare workers and parents/carers of babies and young children.  The SKAI website contains information about vaccines included in the National Immunisation Program, as well as the recommended immunisation schedule.

There are a range of fact sheets addressing commonly held concerns about vaccination to assist vaccination providers and parents. Click on the links below to view these fact sheets: