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Immunise Australia

Immunise Australia or 1800 671 811
More information about when, where and how to get the HPV vaccine.   

State or Territory information 

Contact your State or Territory health department for more information about HPV vaccination at your school.

HPV Register

HPV Register or 1800 HPV REG (1800 478 734)
For information about your HPV vaccination record or your child's HPV vaccination record.

Unless you indicate otherwise on your consent form, the HPV Register will record the details of everyone having the vaccine. In the future, female doses may be linked to National Cervical Screening Program data so the vaccine's effect on cervical cancer rates can be monitored.

Cancer Council

Cancer Council or 13 11 20
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f you need advice about whether to have the vaccine, or whether to vaccinate your child.

National Cervical Screening Program

National Cervical Screening Program or 13 15 56
More information about HPV, Pap tests and cervical cancer.

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Contact your State or Territory health department for more information about HPV vaccination at your school.

Design and partial content reproduced with the kind permission of the New Zealand Ministry of Health.

The HPV vaccine is a prescription medicine. Medicines have benefits and risks. After reading this website, talk to your doctor about the benefits and risks of this vaccine and to check eligibility.

Females who have had the HPV vaccine still need regular Pap tests.