The McGowan Government has partnered with some of the biggest holiday attractions for kids to bring COVID-19 vaccination clinics to our youngest Western Australians during the school holidays.
The ‘taking it to the streets’ vaccination campaign will include attractions such as Perth Zoo, who will run three days of pop-up clinics, where every child vaccinated there receives a free entry pass to the zoo.
Other locations include the May Drive Parkland playground in Kings Park, Bibra Lake, Whiteman Park, the Mundaring Sculpture Park, Lake Leschenaultia and other locations in Wanneroo, Rockingham, Mandurah and Yanchep.
The Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre COVID-19 vaccination clinic will have a focus on children throughout the school holidays, with visits from Captain Starlight and the ever-loveable therapy dogs. While Clown Doctors will visit the Claremont vaccination clinic.
Community vaccination clinics will also continue to provide children’s vaccinations throughout the school holidays, with appointments available on
VaccinateWA, however walk-ins are welcome.
Regional children will also have greater access to their community clinics with extended opening times and days, as well as mobile clinics travelling to the districts.
We urge all parents and carers to take advantage of these opportunities to protect and safeguard children and families against COVID-19.
There are also vaccination opportunities provided by GPs, Aboriginal Medical Services and pharmacies across the State. Visit the
Roll up for WA website for details.
As stated by Health Minister Amber-Jade Sanderson:
“We know vaccination is the best defence against COVID-19 in protecting Western Australians from serious illness or hospitalisation.
“These school holidays, we have partnered with some fantastic attractions to bring a fun and different approach to vaccination.
“I urge all parents and carers to take advantage of these opportunities to protect our children and families against COVID-19 during the holidays.”
As stated by Environment Minister Reece Whitby:
“Perth Zoo is one of WA’s most beloved attractions and I am so pleased we are able to offer children who get vaccinated at the zoo pop-up clinic this school holidays a free entry pass to visit the zoo.”
“Vaccination is so important in protecting young people from COVID-19 and what could possibly be better reward for ‘rolling up’ than a day out at the zoo, or alternatively, check out one of the other great locations such as Kings Park.”
As stated by Vaccine Commander and Deputy Police Commissioner Gary Dreibergs:
“By ‘taking it to the streets’ and going to places where parents and children will be these holidays, we are hoping people will take advantage of the convenient access to vaccinations for their children.
“Our regional community clinics will be providing more opportunities and greater access for children with extended opening times and days, as well as mobile clinics travelling to the districts.”
School holiday timetable (metropolitan)
|April 9-10, 2022|
April 23-24, 2022
|Kings Park May Drive Parkland pop-up – face painting fairy and garden games|
|April 9-10, 2022|
April 13-18, 2022
April 21-25, 2022
|Clown doctors at Claremont Showgrounds Communtiy Vaccination Clinic|
|April 11-13, 2022||Perth Zoo pop-up offering free entry pass for children|
|April 11, 2022|
April 14, 2022
April 20-22, 2022
|Captain Starlight at Midland Community Vaccination Clinic|
|April 12-14, 2022|
April 19-24, 2022
|Rockingham Shopping Centre pop-up offering free movie ticket and 2-for-1 choc bomb|
|April 11-13, 2022|
April 16, 2022
April 19-22, 2022
|Wanneroo Civic Centre pop-up|
|April 16-17, 2022||Whiteman Park pop-up with kids entertainment|
|April 21-24, 2022||Yanchep Shopping Centre pop-up|
|April 23, 2022||Lake Leschenaultia pop-up|
|April 9-24, 2022||Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre – daily family activities, including mini golf, face painting, balloon twisting (April 11-13, 2022); visitors from the Avengers show (April 14, 2022); visitors from Transformers show (April 16, 2022); WA Police Bearcat, horses and traffic car (April 12, 2022); and an animal farm during Week 2|
|April 19-24, 2022||Armadale Community Vaccination Clinic pop-up|
Check rollup.wa.gov.au for further details and additional events
Regional vaccination clinics will extend their hours and mobile clinics will be visiting regional towns. Visit the Roll up for WA website for details.