When to immunise?

Search for information on available vaccines according to the age of you, your child or someone in your family.

Our interactive immunisation schedule walks you through the vaccines that are part of the Routine Childhood Immunisation Programme.

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Browse available vaccines by age group

To give your child the best chance of being protected against an infection it is recommended that they are vaccinated against different diseases by certain ages.

Use our interactive childhood immunisation schedule to see what immunisations your child might need next as part of the Routine Childhood Immunisation Programme, which covers the recommended immunisations for children up to age 18. You can also download and print our childhood immunisation poster as a reminder.

Launch the immunisation schedule or browse the age groups listed below.

Babies up to 13 months

Information on vaccines for babies up to 13 months of age to help protect against tetanus, mumps, measles, whooping cough and other diseases.

Children from 3 years 4 months

Information on vaccines for children from 3 years 4 months old, including the MMR vaccine that protects against measles, mumps and rubella.

Teenagers 12 to 18 years

Information on vaccines for teenagers aged 12 to 18 years, including HPV immunisation.

Young adults 20 to 24 years

Information on vaccines for young adults, including the MMR booster shot.

Older adults over 65 years

Information on recommended vaccines for older adults, including the seasonal flu shot.