Walk-in and drive-through vaccination centres

There are many places around New Zealand where you can get a COVID-19 vaccine without an appointment. You can get vaccinated at any Alert Level.

Find an accessible vaccination centre near you

Some vaccination sites are specifically set up to support disabled people. These sites will have:  

  • good mobility and wheelchair access
  • accessible bathrooms
  • low sensory environments
  • trained and friendly staff who are happy to talk with you and answer questions.

Find an accessible vaccination centre

Other ways to find a vaccination centre

Choose from a list on Healthpoint

The Healthpoint website lists COVID-19 vaccination centres around New Zealand.

To find walk-in and drive-through centres, choose your location and select 'No appointment required'.

Healthpoint (external link)

Use the interactive map on Karawhiua

Use the interactive map on the Karawhiua website to find a vaccination centre near you.

To find walk-in and drive-through centres, choose your location, the day that suits you and 'Vax now' as your appointment type.

Karawhiua (external link)

If you have already booked

Even if you have booked your vaccination already, you can choose to go to a walk-in or drive-through vaccination centre instead.

Make sure to cancel any appointments you no longer need. We need to give as many people as possible the opportunity to get vaccinated.

Cancel your appointment online

  1. Go to Book My Vaccine — Manage your appointments (external link)
  2. Enter your email address or phone number and your booking reference.
  3. Select ‘cancel booking’.

Cancel your appointment over the phone

Call the COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26.

Getting the AstraZeneca vaccine

Pfizer is the preferred COVID-19 vaccine for use in New Zealand. If you are 18 years of age or older and either cannot get the Pfizer vaccine or want a different option, you can book to get the AstraZeneca vaccine. You can do this through Book My Vaccine (external link) or by calling the COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26.

Last updated: at