Yellow fever is a viral haemorrhagic fever occurring in some regions of Africa, Central America and South America. Yellow fever is a quarantinable disease in Australia. People who are one year of age or older must hold an international vaccination certificate if, within six days before arriving in (or returning to) Australia, they have stayed overnight or longer in a declared yellow fever infected country. Travellers should seek medical advice on vaccination for their individual medical circumstances, particularly about the suitability of yellow fever vaccine for infants, pregnant women and those who are immuno-compromised.
Yellow fever vaccinations must be provided by an approved yellow fever vaccination clinic. These clinics will provide a vaccination certificate in the form approved by the World Health Organisation (WHO), and completed according to WHO requirements. A yellow fever vaccination certificate is valid for ten years and begins 10 days after vaccination.
List of Yellow Fever Providers on the North Coast.
Further information on yellow fever for travellers and professionals can be found in the Australian Government’s Yellow Fever fact sheets.