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The Covid-19 Vaccination Roll-outThe Covid-19
Vaccination Roll-out

FOR NORTHLAND AND AUCKLAND

Kia ora!

Everyone 12 years and over in Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland can get their free vaccination now.

Walk in or drive up to community vaccination centres – no booking required You don’t need to book to get vaccinated at community vaccination centres and drive-through centres. Simply walk in or drive up with the whānau in your bubble during the opening hours.

Find your nearest centre here.

If you’d prefer a booking, you can still book online at Book My Vaccine, or by calling the Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26.

Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

The Pfizer vaccine (Comirnaty) is a mRNA-based (messenger ribonucleic acid) vaccine.

It does not contain any live, dead or deactivated viruses. There are no animal products in this vaccine.

Summary of ingredients

The Pfizer vaccine contains:

  • messenger RNA encoding SARS-CoV-2 spike protein
  • lipid nanoparticle – a stabilised fat-based bubble to protect and carry the mRNA into our cells
  • salt buffers – to maintain the pH of the vaccine
  • sucrose – to protect the vaccine while in storage.

Full list of ingredients and more information

Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is an important step you can take to protect yourself, your kaumātua and whānau from the effects of the COVID-19 virus. It’s one way we can protect the welfare and wellbeing of our communities from COVID-19.

It is not mandatory for the general public. You can choose whether to get vaccinated.

COVID-19 can cause serious illness or death in some people. The COVID-19 vaccine stimulates your body’s immune system to produce antibodies and other proteins that will fight the virus if you’re exposed to it.

The Pfizer vaccine (Comirnaty) is an mRNA vaccine that contains the genetic code for an important part of the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus called the ‘spike protein’. Spike proteins are the little projections on the surface of the virus.

  1. Once you’ve had the vaccine, your body reads the genetic code and makes copies of the spike protein.
  2. Your immune system detects these spike proteins and learns how to recognise and fight against COVID-19. It knows it needs to attack the virus to protect it from spreading in your body.
  3. The genetic code then gets broken down and removed very quickly and easily by our body.

Find out how mRNA vaccines work, how it’s given and what the Pfizer vaccine is made up at COVID-19: How the vaccine works.

How does the vaccine work? | Ministry of Health NZ (video)

New Zealand's medicines safety authority Medsafe assesses applications for all new medicines. This includes vaccines.

For Medsafe to recommend approval for use in New Zealand, a medicine must meet international standards and local requirements for quality, safety and effectiveness.

This is the same process used to assess other medicines, like the flu vaccine. The Pfizer vaccine has been used successfully by millions worldwide. It continues to be monitored for safety.

Vaccine development and safety

The COVID-19 vaccine is highly effective if people have both doses. Studies show that about 95% of people who have received both doses of the vaccine are protected against getting COVID-19 symptoms.

That means once you are fully vaccinated you are far less likely to fall seriously ill.

Vaccine effectiveness and protection

Getting vaccinated

Everyone in Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland aged 12 and over can book their free COVID-19 vaccinations now.

Book your vaccination now at Book My Vaccine or by calling the COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26 (8am to 8pm, 7 days).

You don’t need to book to get vaccinated at our community vaccination centres and drive through centres. Simply walk in or drive up with the whānau in your bubble during the opening hours.

If you’d prefer a booking, you can still book online at Book My Vaccine, or by calling the Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26.

Find community vaccination centre locations here. Bookings are still required to attend GP and pharmacy vaccination centres.

Book your vaccination appointment now by calling the COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26.

The COVID Vaccination Healthline is open from 8am-8pm, 7 days. The number is free to call.

Pacific peoples can call the Pacific COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 21 12 21 to book.

Whānau Māori and Pacific families can be vaccinated together when one member of the family is eligible to be vaccinated.

To make a whānau booking, you’ll need to call the COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26 (8am to 8pm, 7 days a week).

Vaccination centres have been set up across Northland and Auckland. Some GP’s and pharmacies are also providing COVID-19 vaccinations.

When you book, you can choose an available location that works for you.

Alert level 4 update

Most General Practices and community pharmacies providing COVID-19 vaccinations are open.

The vaccination centres that have reopened include Albany, Auckland CBD, Birkenhead, Epsom, Henderson, Manurewa, Mount Wellington, Ōtara, Pukekohe, Takanini, Tāmaki (Glen Innes) and Westgate.

Highbrook is currently closed, and will be reopening shortly.

You will receive a text or email to confirm if your appointment is going ahead or if it needs to be rescheduled.

Find out more about the vaccine rollout below.

Locations of vaccination centres in Northland and Auckland

For the best protection, it's important to get 2 doses of the vaccine. The standard gap between doses is now 6 weeks or more.

We are extending the standard gap because it allows us to give 1 dose (partial protection) to a larger number of people faster.

Early findings from a small number of well-designed studies show that an extended gap between doses of the Pfizer vaccine gives at least an equally robust immune response.

There will be some exceptions. For example, if you are on a specific clinical treatment plan or are at higher risk of contracting COVID-19, you may be advised to have a shorter gap between doses.

The minimum gap between doses will continue to be 21 days.

If the gap between your appointments is less than 6 weeks

If you have already booked and the gap between your appointments is less than 6 weeks, you can keep the second appointment or choose to change it.

The important thing is to get 2 doses of the vaccine to be fully vaccinated.

If you've already been fully vaccinated

If you have already been fully vaccinated and had your 2 doses closer together than 6 weeks, you have received your best protection.

Studies show that about 95% of people who have received both doses of the vaccine are protected against getting COVID-19 symptoms.

Change the date and time of your booking by following the instructions on your booking confirmation.

Alternatively, you can change your booking date or time at Book My Vaccine or by calling the COVID Vaccination Helpline on 0800 28 29 26.

On the day

When you arrive at the vaccination centre, you will be given a mask to wear.

There are five key stages in the vaccination process when you arrive at the centre:

  • Sign in
  • Register
  • Give the ok
  • Get vaccinated
  • Observation

See what happens when you arrive at the vaccination centre by watching the video Getting your COVID-19 vaccination.

The vaccination process will take about 35 minutes. This includes the 15 minutes after you have the vaccine where you must stay in the observation area before you can leave.

The vaccination centres have accessibility options to support you and your whānau.

Accessibility information by vaccination centre

Sign language interpreters are available on request. Email NRHCCVAXENQUIRIES@adhb.govt.nz to book your vaccination appointment and sign language interpreter at the same time.

You are welcome to bring whānau or support people with you when you visit a community vaccination centre. You don't need to book and your whānau (12 years and over) can get vaccinated at the same time.

If you’re unwell and cannot make your appointment, you’ll need to reschedule it as soon as possible.

If you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment(s) you can:

  • mange your appointments through BookMyVaccine.nz
  • call the COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, get a test and stay at home until you get your results. You can be vaccinated once you have a negative test.

Information for Māori

When you book, you can choose where you’d like to be vaccinated. There are five Māori-led vaccination centres in Auckland. This means the centres are run by Māori providers who operate a te ao Māori model of care.

Māori-led vaccination centres

  • Henderson Vaccination Centre

Led by Te Whānau o Waipareira

28 Catherine Street, Henderson

Mon-Fri: 8am - 4.30pm (first appointments at 9am, last appointments at 3.30pm)

Sat: 8am - 4pm (first appointments at 9am, last appointments at 3pm)

Sun: Closed

  • Manurewa Vaccination Centre (located at Manurewa Marae)

Led by Manurewa Marae

81 Finlayson Ave, Clendon Park, Manukau

Mon-Sat: 9am- 3.30pm (last appointments at 3pm)

Sun: Closed

  • Tāmaki Vaccination Centre

Led by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei

261 Morrin Road, St Johns

Mon-Fri: 8am - 4pm (last appointments at 3pm)

Sat - Sun: open for whānau appointments by invitation only.

8am - 4pm (last appointments at 3pm).

  • Takanini Vaccination Centre

Led by Whānau Ora

8 Great South Road, Takanini

Mon - Sun: 8.30am - 4.30pm (last appointments at 3pm)

  • Pukekohe Vaccination Centre

Led by Huakina Development Trust

6 Roulston Street, Pukekohe

Mon - Fri: 8am - 5pm (first appointments at 8.30am, last appointments at 4pm)

Sat: 8am - 12pm (first appointments at 8.30am, last appointments at 11am)

Sun: Closed

You don't need to book and you can come along any time.

Kia ora! All Māori aged 12 years and over in Tāmaki Makaurau can book now to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Book now at You can book at Book My Vaccine, or by calling the Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26.

Information on this website for Māori

Other resources for Māori

Karawhiua

Karawhiua is a website that provides trusted information, that will empower whānau to make informed decisions about their health and wellbeing.

Unite against COVID-19

We run community vaccination centres and events across Tāmaki Makaurau. All events are open to Māori aged 12 years and over. Check out current and upcoming events and centres below.

Drive-through vaccination centres

  • Airport Park and Ride: Open 8.30am – 3.30pm

On Verissimo Drive near the airport View a map of Airport Park and Ride

  • Papakura Marae: Open 9am - 3.30pm

29 Hunua Road, Papakura

You don't need to book and you can come along any time.

Information for Pacific People

When you book, you can choose where you’d like to be vaccinated. There are two Pacific-led vaccination centres in Auckland. This means the centres are run by Pacific providers and operate a Pacific model of care.

Pacific led Vaccination Centres

  • Ōtara Vaccination Centre

Led by South Seas Healthcare Trust

• 5 Ōtara Road, Ōtara

• Mon-Sun: 8am - 4pm (last appointments at 3.30pm)

  • Westgate Vaccination Centre

Led by The Fono

• 7-11 Westgate Drive

• Mon-Sun: 8.30am - 4pm (first appointments at 8.30am, last appointments at 3.30pm)

You don't need to book to attend a vaccination centre and you can come along any time.

Pacific GP vaccination providers

0800 OLA LELEI (0800 652 535) is a FREE national Pacific helpline anyone can call if they are feeling worried, stressed or concerned about anything and need someone to talk to, help and support.

The helpline runs Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 8.30pm. The OLA LELEI team speaks Samoan, Tongan, Cook Islands Māori and English. All conversations are confidential.

Talofa Lava, Kia Orana, Mālō e Lelei, Fakaalofa Lahi Atu, Mālō Nī, Ni Sa Bula Vinaka, Fakatalofa Atu, Halo Olaketa, Noa’ia, Tēnā Koutou Katoa!

If you’re a Pacific person aged 12 years and over, you can book your COVID-19 vaccinations now. Book now at Book My Vaccine, or by calling the Pacific COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 21 12 21.

Find information on this website in:

Other resources for Pacific communities

Prepare Pacific

Find Information, updates and advice about COVID-19 and vaccination in Pacific languages.

Information about COVID-19 for Pacific communities

Covid-19 Vaccination Rollout for Pacific Communities Handbook

Prepare Pacific information in Pacific Languages

Unite against COVID-19

The latest information and advice about COVID-19 for Pacific communities.

COVID-19 Information for Pacific Peoples

COVID-19 Vaccination for Pacific Peoples

Contact and support

Ministry for Pacific Peoples

Key COVID-19 information

Call the Pacific COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 21 12 21 to talk to Pacific member of the COVID-19 vaccination team to make a booking.

The line is open from 8am - 8pm, 7 days a week.

We run free community vaccination centres and events across Auckland. All vaccination centres and events are open to Pacific people aged 12 years and over.

Drive-through vaccination centres

Airport Park and Ride

Papakura Marae drive through vaccination centre

  • Mon - Fri: 8.30am - 4pm
  • Corner of Hunua Rd and Parker Street, Papakura 2110

You don't need to book and you can come along any time. If you prefer a booking you can book online by phone the Pacific Vaccination Healthline on 0800 21 12 21.

One booking will allow you and anyone in your vehicle to be vaccinated.

Drive through vaccination centres

Drive through vaccination sites are when you can arrive in a car and be vaccinated through your car window.

The model has been used successfully in a number of countries and this is the first time we’ll be trying it in Auckland.

Learn more about drive-through vaccination sites below.

Drive up to all drive through vaccination centres - no booking required.

  • Airport Park and Ride Drive Through Vaccination Centre Mon - Sun: 8.30am - 3.30pm Find a map of the Airport Park and Ride here.
  • North Shore Airport Drive Through Vaccination Centre Wed - Sun: 8.30am - 3.30pm 272 Postman Road, Dairy Flat
  • Papakura Marae Drive Through Vaccination Centre Mon - Fri: 8.30am - 3pm 29 Hunua Road, Papakura

There are a few easy steps to prepare for the day.

  • If you have it, bring the NHI number of everyone in your car who will be getting vaccinated. Learn how you can find this at Ministry of Health – Where can I find my NHI number?
  • Only come by car, please do not come on foot, bike or motorbike.
  • Prepare some snacks and water in case there is a bit of wait.
  • Make sure you are wearing clothes that allow easy access to the top of the arm where you’ll get your vaccination.
  • Have masks for everyone in the car.
  • If you have more than four people in your car to be vaccinated, we may only be able to vaccinate those closest to the windows. There is a slow lane to allow for larger vehicles with more people, but there may be a significant wait for this vaccination lane as you will be asked to leave your vehicle for the vaccination.

Getting your COVID-19 vaccine: What to expect (Ministry of Health)

Here’s what you need to know on the day

Do not attend if:

  • you have symptoms of COVID-19
  • you have visited a location of interest
  • you or a household member are a close or casual contact of a COVID-19 case
  • you or anyone in your household are currently awaiting your COVID-19 test results.

There are four key steps to get vaccinated:

When you arrive

  • These are vaccination sites only (no testing).
  • Make sure your mask is on.
  • Please drive with care and follow the officials and/or signage directions.
  • Please ensure that you SCAN THE QR CODE.
  • Drive slowly until you are asked to stop

Health check

You will be asked if you:

  • have symptoms of COVID-19
  • have visited a location of interest
  • are a close or casual contact of a COVID-19 case
  • are waiting on the results of a COVID-19 test.

Registration

  • A staff member will confirm your details.
  • Please remove jackets, jumpers or other bulky clothing items.
  • You will be directed to one of ten lanes. Drive slowly until you are asked to stop.
  • Please have all car passenger NHI number’s ready.

Vaccination

  • A nurse will ask each person for consent to be vaccinated. They will then vaccinate everyone in the car (12 years and over) that has given consent.

Observation

  • You will be directed to the observation area where you will park your car, turn off the engine and remain for at least 15 minutes. Clinicians will monitor you for any adverse reactions.
  • Keep your doors unlocked in case of an emergency.
  • If you are feeling unwell, especially difficulty breathing, dizziness, swelling or develop a rash: honk your vehicle’s horn and turn your hazard lights on to indicate that you need medical help.
  • You will be directed when to leave.

Check out a visual of the four-step journey here.

If you don’t have a car

We recommend you make a booking at a Vaccination Centre by calling 0800 28 29 26.

Like all medicines, the vaccine may cause side effects in some people. This is the body’s normal response and shows the vaccine is working.

Side effects are usually mild, don’t last long and won’t stop you from having the second dose or going about your daily life. Learn more at COVID-19 vaccine: After your vaccination.

Where to get vaccinated

Find your nearest vaccination centre below.

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Northland Vaccination Centres

For Northland vaccination centres and opening hours, visit NDHB Vaccine Programme Information.

Albany Vaccination Centre End of Oaklands Road, Albany

  • Mon-Sun: 8am - 3pm
    Accessibility
    Public Transport: Bus route #917 with bus stops close to Oaklands Road on the Albany Highway.
    Accessible toilets: Yes - please ask staff for the key.
    Unisex toilets: Yes – external to the centre.
    Accessible parking: Yes
    Drop off zones available: Yes
    Low sensory environment: Available on request- lighting and noise

Birkenhead Vaccination Centre 1 Cnr Highbury Bypass &, Birkenhead Avenue, Birkenhead

  • Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun: 8am - 3pm

  • Tue, Thu: 8am - 8pm
    The centre is located inside the Highbury Mall/Shopping Centre, at the top of the travelator and next to the Paper Plus bookstore.
    Lift access is available by the Burger King drive-through.
    Accessibility
    Public Transport: The centre is well served with bus routes – to Albany, Takapuna and Britomart, Birkdale and Beach Haven. There are bus stops close to the Mall entrances on both Birkenhead and Mokoia Road.
    Accessible toilets: Yes – but in the Highbury Shopping Centre.
    Unisex toilets: Yes – for urgent use, post-vaccination only.
    Accessible parking: Yes – two adjacent to the Burger King drive-through, accessed via the lower carpark or the access off Highbury Bypass. There is a mall lift near the parks. Additional accessible carparks are available in the lower and upper carpark, accessed via Hammond Place, off Birkenhead Avenue.
    Drop off zones available: No
    Low sensory environment: Available on request- No low lighting available

    Please note: Access from the lower car park is via a travelator or stairs. The upper car park only requires a short, level walk to the vaccination centre.

North Shore Airport Drive Through Vaccination Centre 272 Postman Road, Dairy Flat

  • Wed - Sun: 8.30am - 3pm

  • Drive up with the whānau in your bubble - no appointment needed

Henderson Vaccination Centre 28 Catherine Street, Henderson

  • Mon-Fri: 9am - 3.30pm

  • Sat: 9am - 2pm

  • Sun: Closed
    Accessibility
    Public Transport: The train and bus interchange on Railside Avenue is one block away.
    Accessible toilets: Yes
    Unisex toilets: Yes
    Accessible parking: Yes
    Drop off zones available: Yes
    Low sensory environment: Not available
    Not to be confused with the COVID-19 testing station on the same street.

The Trusts Arena Vaccination Centre 65-67 Central Park Drive, Henderson, Auckland

  • Open Mon - Sun: 8.30am - 3.30pm
    You will be directed to carparks by wardens. Whānau groups must stay within their bubble and note social distancing guidelines.

Westgate Vaccination Centre 7-11 Westgate Drive

  • Mon-Sun: 8.30am - 3.30pm
    Accessibility
    Public Transport: Excellently located for several bus routes with bus stops opposite and others a short walk away on Fernhill Drive. Destinations include New Lynn and City Centre with Whenuapai, Hobsonville, Henderson, Riverhead, Helensville and Constellation from the stops at Fernhill Drive.
    Accessible toilets: Yes
    Unisex toilets: Yes
    Accessible parking: Yes - two mobility parks, with additional parking close to the entrance for those with mobility challenges.
    Drop off zones available: Yes
    Low sensory environment: Available on request – noise only.

Auckland CBD Vaccination Centre 35 Graham Street, Auckland CBD

  • Mon - Fri: 7.30am - 5pm

  • Sat - Sun: 8am - 5pm
    Accessibility
    Public transport: The 1053 bus stop (route #24) and the 1324 bus stop (route #22) on Victoria Street are a three-minute walk from the centre. There are additional stops at Victoria Park or the centre is a ten minute walk from St Patrick's cathedral, Wyndham Street.
    Limited paid parking on the street
    Drop off zone available
    One accessible carpark
    Unisex accessible toilet
    Low sensory available - light and noise.

Epsom Vaccination Centre 382 Manukau Road, Epsom

  • Mon - Sun: 8am - 3pm
    Accessibility
    Parking is at Alexandra Park, entry from Campbell Crescent. Follow the arrows and traffic management staff who will direct you where to park.
    Mobility parking is available at 382 Manukau Road, accessed from the Southbound Lane (turn left) on Manukau Road.
    Traffic direction signs will be in place along Manukau Road, Queen Mary Avenue, and Campbell Crescent.
    Low sensory environment: Available on request- lighting and noise.

Mt Wellington Vaccination Centre 95 -105 Leonard Road, Mount Wellington

  • Mon - Fri: 8am - 7pm

  • Sat - Sun: 8.30am - 3pm
    Accessibility
    Public Transport: Bus route #66 Pt Chevalier to Sylvia Park.
    Train to Penrose and 1km walk to the Centre.
    Accessible toilets: Yes - inside the building. Please ask staff for directions.
    Unisex toilets: No
    Accessible parking: Yes - Wardens can direct you where to park.
    Drop off zones available: No
    Low sensory environment: Not available.

Tāmaki (Glen Innes) Vaccination Centre 261 Morrin Road, St Johns

  • Mon - Fri: 8am - 3.30pm

  • Sat - Sun: 8am - 3pm
    Accessibility
    Public Transport: Bus routes #747 Panmure & Glen Innes on Morrin Road; #650 Pt Chevalier and Glen Innes on Merton Rd. Glen Innes train station is a distance away.
    Accessible toilets: Yes - located downstairs
    Unisex toilets: Yes
    Accessible parking: Yes - enter through the main gate and staff will direct you.
    Drop off zones available: Yes - enter through the main gate and staff will direct you.
    Low sensory environment: Available on request- noise only
    From Morrin Road, it is a considerable but flat walk to the vaccination centre.

Highbrook Vaccination Centre 31 Highbrook Drive, East Tāmaki

  • Mon - Sun: 8am - 3pm

  • From Wednesday 29 September:
    Mon, Tue, Sat, Sun: 8am - 3pm
    Wed - Fri: 12pm – 7pm


Accessibility
Public Transport: Bus routes #351 and #352 from Panmure and Botany with close bus stops
Accessible toilets: Yes - all toilets are located outside the centre. The accessible toilet is not suitable for larger wheelchairs.
Unisex toilets: Yes
Accessible parking: Yes – Wardens can direct you where to park.
Drop off zones available: Yes

Airport Park and Ride Drive Through Vaccination Centre Auckland Airport Park and Ride, on Verissimo Drive near the airport

  • Mon - Sun: 8.30am - 3.30pm

  • Drive up with the whānau in your bubble - no booking required.

Manurewa Vaccination Centre 81 Finlayson Ave, Clendon Park, Manukau

  • Mon - Sat: 9am- 3pm

  • Sun: Closed


The centre is located at Manurewa Marae.
Accessibility
Public Transport: Bus #361 Ōtara and Manukau. The bus stop is directly opposite the marae.
Accessible toilets: Yes
Unisex toilets: No - separate male and female toilets. Both have their own accessible toilets.
Accessible parking: Yes – follow the signs.
Drop off zones available: Yes – Wardens can direct you or look out for the orange cones.
Low sensory environment: Available on request- lighting and noise.
Please note: There is a free bus service for Manurewa and Clendon Residents called Manurewa Link – Te Manurewatanga. Call 0800 66 00 44 or visit manurewalink.co.nz.

Ōtara Vaccination Centre 5 Ōtara Road, Ōtara

  • Mon-Sun: 8am - 3.30pm
    Accessibility
    Public Transport: Bus routes #325 Māngere/Manukau on Ōtara Road, #31 Botany, #314 Ormiston, #325 Manukau, #361 Ōtara at town centre stops.
    Accessible toilets: Yes – on the right hand side of the entrance.
    Unisex toilets: Yes. There are also other toilets by the entrance.
    Accessible parking: Yes – though Gate A at 5 Ōtara Road. For people with mobility issues only.
    Drop off zones available: Yes
    Low sensory environment: Available on request- noise only.
    Note: The main entrance faces 5 Ōtara Road. There is on road parking here.

Papakura Marae Drive Through Vaccination Centre 29 Hunua Road, Papakura

  • Mon - Fri: 9am - 3.30pm

Pukekohe Vaccination Centre 6 Roulston Street, Pukekohe

  • Mon - Fri: 8.30am - 4pm

  • Sat: 8.30am - 11am

  • Sun: Closed


Accessibility
Public Transport: Bus routes #392, #394, #396 + Pukekohe train station
Accessible toilets: Yes
Unisex toilets: Yes
Accessible parking: Yes
Drop off zones available: Yes
Low sensory environment: Available on request- lighting and noise.

Takanini Vaccination Centre 8 Great South Road, Takanini

  • Mon - Sun: 8.30am - 3pm
    Behind the Gull petrol station.
    Accessibility
    Public Transport: Bus routes #33 Papakura & Otahuhu. The bus stop is nearby on Great South Road. Train - Te Mahia Station.
    Accessible toilets: Yes - just past the registration area. Staff can assist.
    Unisex toilets: Yes. There are also outside portable public toilets.
    Accessible parking: Yes – drive to the checkpoint and around the one-way system to near the exit and the front of building. There are 20 priority parking spaces.
    Drop off zones available: Yes - follow the one-way lane to the front of the building.
    Low sensory environment: Available on request- lighting and noise.

Henderson Vaccination Centre - led by Te Whānau o Waipareira 28 Catherine Street, Henderson

Mon - Fri: 9am - 3.30pm
Sat: 9am - 2pm
Sun: Closed

Manurewa Vaccination Centre - led by Manurewa Marae 81 Finlayson Ave, Clendon Park, Manukau

Mon - Sat: 9am- 3pm
Sun: Closed

Papakura Marae Vaccination Centre - led by Papakura Marae 29 Hunua Road, Papakura

Mon - Fri: 9am - 3:30pm

Pukekohe Vaccination Centre - led by Huakina Development Trust 6 Roulston Street, Pukekohe

Mon - Fri: 8.30am - 4pm
Sat: 8.30am - 11am
Sun: Closed

Tāmaki Vaccination Centre - led by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei 261 Morrin Road, St Johns

Mon - Fri: 8am - 3.30pm

Takanini Vaccination Centre - led by Whānau Ora 8 Great South Road, Takanini

Mon - Sun: 8.30am - 3pm

The Trusts Arena Vaccination Centre- led by Te Whānau o Waipareira 65-67 Central Park Drive, Henderson, Auckland

Open Mon - Sun: 8.30am - 3.30pm

Ōtara Vaccination Centre - led by South Seas Healthcare Trust 5 Ōtara Road, Ōtara

Mon-Sun: 8am - 3.30pm

Westgate Vaccination Centre - led by The Fono 7-11 Westgate Drive

Mon - Sun: 8.30am - 3.30pm

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Latest Updates

Taking the vaccination programme to the Muslim community

21 Sep 2021

Taking the vaccination programme to the Muslim community

Almost 50 people from the Auckland Muslim community received their COVID-19 vaccinations at the Avondale Islamic Centre on Friday (17 September). The event was organised by the NZ Muslim Association and supported by The Medication Management Hub.

President of the NZMA Ikhlaq Kashkari said he was grateful to the NRHCC and Ministry of Ethnic Communities for organising an opportunity for his community to be vaccinated in a familiar setting. "Many of our people have been quite proactive around the vaccination programme and have already received their vaccinations, however these opportunities have been invaluable for some of our more vulnerable community members who feel safer staying closer to home.”

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