The Australian Immunisation Register
The Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) is a national register that records vaccines given to people of all ages in Australia. It does not record vaccines given before 1 January 1996, and only records information that vaccination providers put on it.
If you think a vaccine is missing from your immunisation history statement, ask your provider to update the AIR.
Child immunisation records
You can get a copy of your child's statement if they are under 14 years. For privacy reasons, anyone aged 14 or older must get their own statement.
You can get a statement held on AIR:
If your child has been immunised overseas, you can have the details transcribed to the AIR by visiting your doctor and asking them to upload the details.
Adult immunisation records
Adult immunisations have not previously been recorded on national or state registers. To find past immunisation records, you can ask the GP or immunisation provider who provided the vaccinations to check their medical records.