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COVID 19: Getting to the NSW Health Vaccination Centres

NSW Health Vaccination Centres and Clinics are open at the following locations:

  • Sydney Olympic Park - Figtree Drive open since 10 May
  • Sydney Olympic Park - Qudos Bank Arena open since 9 August
  • Sydney CBD open since 19 July
  • Belmont, Lake Macquarie open since 19 July
  • South Western Sydney - Macquarie Fields open since 26 July
  • Wollongong open since 9 August

There are also various local vaccination clinics open across the state. Use the COVID-19 vaccine eligibility checker to find out when and where you can receive a COVID-19 vaccine and make a booking.

For more information about the COVID-19 Vaccination Program in NSW visit the NSW Health website at health.nsw.gov.au/COVID-19.

Before you travel information

Consider driving to your appointment. See below for more information on driving and parking options to each of the centres.

If you can’t use your private vehicle, and need to take public transport. Plan ahead using the Trip Planner, check alerts and trackwork and allow extra travel time. 

Face masks are mandatory on public transport and in taxis and ride share vehicles. 

You'll need to use a Opal card or contactless payment card or device when travelling on public transport. Register your details with Opal or the Opal Travel app ahead of time to assist with contact tracing if needed.

Figtree Drive

The NSW Health Vaccination Centre is at 1 Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park and has been operating since Monday 10 May 2021. 

Hours of operation

The centre is open for people with a confirmed appointment:

  • Monday to Sunday - 8am to 7pm

Getting to your appointment

The Vaccination Centre at Sydney Olympic Park is easily accessible by car or public transport.

Driving

The closest car park to the centre is P3 car park on Sarah Durack Ave in Sydney Olympic Park. Parking is free for those with vaccination appointments. From there it's a short six minute walk to the centre. A free shuttle bus service runs between the car park and centre.

The nearest taxi rank is located on Herb Elliott Ave at the Pullman Hotel.

Please note Olympic Blvd is closed to vehicles between Dawn Fraser Ave and Edwin Flack Ave while the centre is in operation. Other local roads in the precinct will also be closed, please follow the direction of traffic controllers on site

Public transport

Trains run regularly to Olympic Park from Platform 0 at Lidcombe Station. From Olympic Park exit the station towards Australia Ave and follow signs to walk to the centre.

Regular route buses 525, 526 and 533 make stops along Australia Ave outside the centre. See our map below to help you find your way.

Map

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The Qudos Bank Arena NSW Health Vaccination Centre is located on Edwin Flack Ave at Olympic Boulevard in Sydney Olympic Park.

As of Monday 16 August, the Qudos Bank Arena Vaccination Centre is open for public bookings.

Hours of operation

The centre is open for those with a registered vaccination appointment:

  • Monday to Sunday - 7am to 11pm daily

Getting to your appointment

Driving

Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney Olympic Park is easily accessible by car with plenty of nearby parking available.

The closest car park is P1 car park on Edwin Flack Ave, entry via Old Hill Link. Parking is free for those with vaccination appointments.

An accessible pick up & drop off zone is available on Olympic Blvd near Edwin Flack Ave.

Please note Olympic Blvd is closed to vehicles between Dawn Fraser Ave and Edwin Flack Ave while the centre is in operation. Other local roads in the precinct will also be closed, please follow the direction of traffic controllers on site.

The nearest taxi rank is located on Herb Elliott Ave at the Pullman Hotel.

Public transport

Trains run regularly to Olympic Park from Platform 0 at Lidcombe Station. From Olympic Park exit the station towards Olympic Boulevard and follow signs to walk to the centre.

Regular route buses 525 and 526 make stops along Edwin Flack Ave outside the centre. See our map below to help you find your way.

Map

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The NSW Health Vaccination clinic in the Sydney CBD is at 175 Pitt St. The centre has been operating since Monday 19 July 2021 for people with a confirmed appointment only.

Hours of operation

  • Monday to Friday – 8am to 8pm
  • Saturday and Sunday – 9am to 4pm

Getting to your appointment

The Sydney CBD Vaccination Clinic is easily accessible by vehicle or public transport with plenty of major transport hubs within close walking distance. There is also a number of secure car parks nearby.

If you're catching public transport, the centre is within short walking distance from Wynyard or Martin Place Station and Wynyard light rail stop, services run regularly on weekdays and weekends. Alternatively plenty of regular route buses makes stops along Elizabeth St, York St, Carrington St or at QVB within short walking distance of the centre. 

The NSW Health Vaccination Centre in Belmont is located at the former Bunnings site off Pacific Highway near Floraville Road.

The centre has been operating since Monday 19 July 2021 for people with a confirmed appointment only.

Hours of operation

The centre is open for people with a confirmed appointment:

  • Monday to Friday - 8am to 6pm
  • Saturday to Sunday – 8.30am to 3pm

Getting to your appointment

The Belmont Vaccination Centre is accessible by vehicle or public transport with nearby bus stops and parking available. Regular route buses make stops along Pacific Highway outside the centre.

The South Western Sydney Vaccination Centre is located at the Glenquarie Town Centre, corner of Victoria Road and Brooks Street in Macquarie Fields.

The centre has been operating since Monday 26 July for those with a confirmed appointment only.

Hours of operation

The centre is open for people with a confirmed appointment:

  • Monday to Sunday 7.30am to 6.45pm

Getting to your appointment

Driving

The Macquarie Fields Vaccination Centre is easily accessible by vehicle with plenty of free parking available at James Meehan Oval, access via Parliament Road. From the oval it’s a short walk to the vaccination centre. Parking at the Glenquarie Town Centre is not available for those with vaccine appointments.

Public transport

Trains to Glenfield Station run every 5 to 30 minutes, depending on the train line, on the T2 Inner West & Leppington Line, T5 Cumberland Line and T8 Airport and South Line.

Dedicated mini-shuttle buses will run regularly between the Centre and Glenfield Station during the centre’s operating hours. Shuttle buses will leave from Glenfield Station, Railway Pde (216711) and drop off in the parking area outside the Vaccination Centre entrance, and the same in return.

Regular bus services including routes 870 and 872 also make stops outside Glenquarie Town Centre on Victoria Rd and Brooks St and at Glenfield train station.

You can also consider walking to the centre from Macquarie Fields train station which will take approximately 20 minutes via Railway Parade, through Clarence Reserve, Clarence Street and Victoria Road.

Map

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The NSW Health Vaccination Centre in Wollongong is located at the former David Jones site on 163-177 Crown Street.

The centre is has been operating since Monday 9 August for people with a confirmed appointment only.

Hours of operation

The centre is open for people with a confirmed appointment:

  • Monday to Sunday - 8am to 4.30pm

Getting to your appointment

Driving

The Wollongong Vaccination Centre is easily accessible by vehicle with nearby parking available.

Public transport

South Coast Line trains to Wollongong Station run every 10 to 30 minutes, depending on the time of day. Regular bus services also make stops on Burelli St and Crown St within short walking distance of the centre.