Australian Immunisation Register for health professionals

The Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) is a national register that records all vaccines given to people of all ages in Australia.

The way you access the AIR has changed. You must access the AIR through HPOS using a PRODA account. Read more about how to set up your access to the AIR.

The AIR can only accept immunisation information from recognised vaccination providers in Australia. This means it can’t accept any information from parents, guardians or individuals.

You can use the AIR to:

Recognised vaccination providers can:

For your patient’s safety, it’s important you record all immunisation information to the AIR. This also helps public health management.

Immunisation schedule

People in Australia need to get certain vaccines at certain ages. You can find out about the National Immunisation Program Schedule on the Department of Health website.

Australian Immunisation Handbook

We also have due and overdue rules for immunisation. These are based on the Department of Health’s Australian Immunisation Handbook. The handbook provides clinical advice for the safest and most effective use of vaccines.

Page last updated: 19 April 2021