From children's week activities, immunisation clinics and a range of fun outdoor activities city-wide, the City of Launceston provides support and services to families and children living across the municipality.
Every Wednesday (except public holidays) the City of Launceston conducts free immunisation sessions for funded vaccines according to the National Immunisation Program Schedule.
Weekly Immunisation Clinics
The City of Launceston's free weekly public immunisation clinic has returned to Town Hall, St John St.
To maintain physical distancing, Council now requires bookings to attend this clinic. To secure your spot at the clinic, please follow the link below. The clinic will continue to open at the regular time of 10am and 11am every Wednesday.
To maintain effective social distancing, we ask that parents and guardians, where possible, only bring the person requiring vaccination. Please do not bring friends or other family members such as grandparents. If you need to bring an interpreter they are welcome to come.
If you or the person requiring vaccination is unwell, do not come to the clinic until you have fully recovered. Please prepare for longer wait times while the clinic is busy.=
Book your appointment online here
Immunisation sessions location and times
Please bring your Medicare Card with you.
Location: Council Customer Service Centre, Town Hall St John Street, Launceston
Time: Every Wednesday (except public holidays) 10am-11am.
Appointments are required. Please call 6323 3000 to book your appointment at the clinic. The service is free and the clinic is open during all school holidays.
Location: Ravenswood Child and Family Centre, 8 Prossers Forest Road, Ravenswood.
Time: The second Tuesday of each month 9.30am to 10am
Appointments are unnecessary, the service is free and the clinic operates every month with the exception of January.
School Immunisation Program
The City of Launceston's immunisation team also offers a school-based immunisation program each year.
Children’s Week is a national celebration of children’s rights, talents and citizenship and always celebrated around Universal Children's Day which is held on the fourth Wednesday of October in Australia.
A diverse range of events and activities are organised at national, state and local levels which focus the attention of the wider community on children, their needs and achievements.
The City of Launceston is a proud supporter of National Children's Week and celebrates numerous events and initiatives which take place across the municipality.
The City of Launceston has an abundance of parks and recreational facilities for families.
From mountain bike tracks, skate parks, walking trails through to flying fox's and pirate ships, there's plenty to explore across Launceston.
Click here to view the full list of parks and recreation areas across the City.
The activities shared in the 52 Things To Do Before You Turn 12 Around Launceston Guide have been shared by Launceston's young people and their families. The guide identifies the top activities on offer in Launceston for children aged 12 and under. Start adventuring your way through the guide and tick-off the activities as you go.
Explore more family and child-friendly events taking place throughout the municipality here.