The VacciDate app will be phased out by June 2021.

All current app users will be notified of these changes, receive reminders to save their information and be provided with alternative options to keep tracking their immunisation information. Version 2.06 will be the last version of the app, and from the 1st of December 2020 the VacciDate app will no longer be available for download.

What you need to know

If you are an existing user, you can continue to save your information and use the app until 30 June 2021. After this date, the app will no longer be supported.

Please note that Queensland Health does not store any of your information from the app; all data is saved on your device only. Therefore once the app is uninstalled from your device the data will also be deleted. So if you are an existing user, please make sure that you have noted down the information you have entered into the app and any upcoming vaccination dates to keep track of your vaccinations.

If you would like more information on the phasing out of the app, you can email us at

An alternative way to track your vaccinations

To replace VacciDate, we’ve a created the Immunisation planner tool, which is designed to help you generate a personalised immunisation schedule for you or your family members.

If you have young children, this can be a helpful tool to keep track of their vaccination dates, or as a useful guide for older children, adolescents and adults to understand which vaccinations are due at each stage of life. It is easy to use and gives you the option to create a pdf copy or print a version to take with you to your next appointment with your doctor or your immunisation provider.

For the best protection, vaccinations need to occur on time. On-time means on (or as close as possible to) the due date in accordance with the Queensland Immunisation Program Schedule. The schedule can be found here.

Children and older Queenslanders may also receive immunisation reminders through other Queensland Immunisation Program initiatives.

Immunisation history

If you are not sure of what vaccinations you or your family have had, you can either:

  • Online via your MyGov account or through the Medicare Plus app
  • By asking your doctor or immunisation provider to print your immunisation history statement or
  • By calling the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) on 1800 653 809 and asking them to send an immunisation history statement. This can take up to 14 days to arrive in the post.

Any vaccination given in Australia since 1 January 1996, should be recorded on the AIR. Queenslanders should ask their doctor or immunisation provider to update their record on the AIR.