Hurstville Walk-In Vaccination Clinic

Georges River Council

Georges River Council and South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) have partnered to set up an AstraZeneca Vaccination clinic to increase opportunities for Georges River residents to access the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • Walk-up clinic; no appointment required; no Medicare card required.

  • AstraZeneca vaccine (only).

  • Anyone aged 18 and over can come to the clinic for a vaccination.

  • Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm.

  • Marana Auditorium, Hurstville Entertainment Centre, 16 Macmahon St, Hurstville.

  • Walking distance to Hurstville train station.

  • Close to bus interchange station.

  • Large council car park next door.

  • Wheelchair access.

  • Open to the public from Friday 6 August, 2021.

  • NSW Police and Australian Defence Force are assisting with some of the operational tasks, eg coordinating the crowd movements and cleaning chairs.

  • Photo taken of Mr Bill Stamatelatos, 47 of Mortdale, who walked in to received his first AZ jab.

    • “I’m over the moon to be getting the vaccination as I wanted to get it over and done with,” Mr Stamatelatos said. “I feel more confident now that I am protected. Vaccination is the only choice we have to beat the virus and get back to work.

  • Photo also taken of Senior Constable Ray Kerridge, Councillor Nancy Liu and Multicultural Community Liaison Officer Kim Fenwick.


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