The Australian Childhood Immunisation Register is a national register that records vaccinations given to children under seven years of age.
This website provides information about immunisation and Australian immunisation standards, including translations of some materials. Based on accurate information available at this time, the Immunise Australia Program website will help you to make informed decisions.
Maternity Immunisation Allowance is a non–income-tested payment to encourage all parents to immunise their children. From 1 July 2012 Maternity Immunisation Allowance will cease. Only customers who have met all the eligibility requirements prior to 1 July 2012 will be eligible for this payment.
The National Cervical Screening Program aims to reduce morbidity and deaths from cervical cancer, in a cost-effective manner through an organised approach to cervical screening. The Program encourages women in the target population to have regular Pap smears. A new vaccine will be provided free to all women and girls aged between 12 and 26 through the National HPV Vaccination Program. This new vaccine can protect them against the cause of most cervical cancers.
Pap test registers operate in each state and territory. Registers keep a confidential record of your Pap smear results and provide a valuable, voluntary and confidential backup system. If you want more information about the registers, to advise of a change of address, or if you would prefer to have your details removed from a register, contact your state or territory Pap Test Register.