Book Your Free COVID-19 Vaccination Today

Help protect your community by getting vaccinated against COVID-19 today.  

Kiara Pharmacy is proud to provide safe and convenient immunisation services to help protect you and your family from serious illness and death as a result of COVID-19. 

Book your Free COVID-19 Vaccination Today

Help protect your community by getting vaccinated against COVID-19 today.  

Kiara Pharmacy is proud to provide safe and convenient immunisation services to help protect you and your family from serious illness and death as a result of COVID-19.

The Free COVID Vaccination

All COVID-19 vaccines (including Novavax) are now available at Kiara Pharmacy for free to Australian citizens, permanent residents, temporary visa-holders, asylum seekers and refugees. You can get more information on the vaccine rollout here in WA here.

This vaccine has been extensively tested by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). It’s safe and effective and can help lower the rates of death and serious illness as a result of COVID-19.  If you have any further questions on the vaccine then take a look at the Department of Health’s COVID Vaccine FAQs.

The rules about who can get the vaccine are changing constantly. You can use the Australian Government Vaccine Eligibility Checker to see if you’re eligible at this time.

Book an appointment to receive your COVID-19 vaccination.

Important information for AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria)

Appointment information for adult patients
First AstraZeneca dose: You must be 18 or older.
Second AstraZeneca dose: It must be at least 4 weeks since your last dose, and you must be 18 or older.
Third AstraZeneca dose (Immunocompromised): 
Available as part of a 3-dose primary schedule if all of these apply:

  • You are severely immunocompromised.
  • You are 18 or older.
  • A mRNA vaccine is not available or suitable.

AstraZeneca booster: Not recommended unless you cannot receive Pfizer or Moderna. It must be at least 3 months since your last dose, and you must be 18 or older.

Additional AstraZeneca booster (At risk groups):
Not recommended unless you cannot receive Pfizer or Moderna. It must be at least 4 months since your last dose or last confirmed COVID infection, and you must be a member of one of the following groups:

  • 65 or older, or in aged or disability care.
  • 16 or older with severe immunocompromise.
  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander aged 50 or older

Not sure which vaccine to have? Select ‘Booster’ and you will be helped on the day.

Important information for Moderna (Spikevax)

Appointment information for adult patients
First Moderna dose: You must be 12 or older.
Second Moderna dose: It must be at least 4 weeks since your last dose, and you must be 12 or older.
Third Moderna dose (Immunocompromised):  It must be at least 2 months since your last dose, and you must be 12 or older.

Moderna booster: It must be at least 3 months since your last dose, and you must be 18 or older.

Additional Moderna booster (At risk groups):

It must be at least 4 months since your last dose or last confirmed COVID infection, and you must be a member of one of the following groups:

  • 65 or older, or in aged or disability care.
  • 16 or older with severe immunocompromise.
  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander aged 50 or older

Not sure which vaccine to have? Select ‘Booster’ and you will be helped on the day.

Important information for Moderna (Spikevax)

Appointment information for paediatric (child) patientsFirst Moderna dose (Paediatric): Patient must be 6-11 years old.
Second Moderna dose (Paediatric):  It must be at least 4 weeks since patient’s last dose (recommended 8 weeks), and patient must be 6-11 years old.
Third Moderna dose (Paediatric Immunocompromised): It must be at least 2 months since patient’s last dose, and patient must be 6-11 years old.

If a paediatric patient received their paediatric dose before age 12, and has since turned 12, they are eligible for teen/adult patient doses.

Important information for Pfizer (Comirnaty)

Appointment information for teen and adult patients

First Pfizer dose: You must be 12 or older.
Second Pfizer dose: It must be at least 3 weeks since your last dose, and you must be 12 or older.
Third Pfizer dose (Immunocompromised): It must be at least 2 months since your last dose, and you must be 12 or older.
Pfizer booster:  It must be at least 3 months since your last dose, and you must be 16 or older.
Additional Pfizer Booster (At risk groups):
It must be at least 4 months since your last dose or last confirmed COVID infection, and you must be a member of one of the following groups:

  • 65 or older, or in aged or disability care.
  • 16 or older with severe immunocompromise.
  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander aged 50 or older

Not sure which vaccine to have? Select ‘Booster’ and you will be helped on the day.

Important information for Pfizer (Comirnaty)

Appointment information for paediatric (child) patients

First Pfizer dose (Paediatric): Patient must be 5-11 years old.
Second Pfizer dose (Paediatric): It must be at least 3 weeks since patient’s last dose (recommended 8 weeks), and patient must be 5-11 years old.
Third Pfizer dose (Paediatric Immunocompromised): It must be at least 2 months since patient’s last dose, and patient must be 5-11 years old.
If a paediatric patient received their paediatric dose before age 12, and has since turned 12, they are eligible for teen/adult patient doses.

Important information for Novavax (Nuvaxovid)

Appointment information for teen and adult patients

First Novavax dose: You must be 18 or older.
Second Novavax dose: It must be at least 3 weeks since your last dose, and you must be 18 or older.
Third Novavax dose (Immunocompromised): It must be at least 3 months since your last dose, and you must be 18 or older.
Novavax Booster: Not recommended unless you cannot receive Pfizer or Moderna. It must be at least 3 months since your last dose, and you must be 18 or older.
Additional Novavax Booster (At risk groups):
Not recommended unless you cannot receive Pfizer or Moderna. It must be at least 4 months since your last dose or last confirmed COVID infection, and you must be a member of one of the following groups:

  • 65 or older, or in aged or disability care.
  • 16 or older with severe immunocompromise.
  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander aged 50 or older

Not sure which vaccine to have? Select ‘Booster’ and you will be helped on the day.

Kiara’s Vaccination Promise

We know that there’s a lot of concern out there about the COVID-19 vaccine. However, it’s still the best way to protect the most vulnerable members of your family and your community.

At Kiara Pharmacy, we’re working hard to make the vaccination process as safe as possible. This is why we’re staying up-to-date with State, National and professional safety guidelines. Here are some of the measures we’ve put into place at Kiara Pharmacy:

  • Regular sterilisation of all surfaces in the pharmacy
  • Strict staff hand hygiene before and after each immunisation client
  • Our waiting room has been arranged to allow for social distancing
  • Minimisation of wait times in the pharmacy

If you have a fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath and you have travelled please contact the Pharmacy by phone before making an appointment or visiting the practice

If you’re ready to do your part to keep the community safe, then call us for a booking for your free COVID-19 vaccine today.

Protect Your Family

Make a vaccination booking today and protect yourself and your family.