The Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care (the Department) owns, manages and maintains the NICC website.
The Department makes every effort to ensure that the links and content on this website are kept up to date. However, users assume all risks associated with use of this website and should exercise their own independent skill or judgment or seek professional advice before relying on any information contained on this website.
Neither the Department nor the Commonwealth make any warranty or representation in relation to the accuracy, currency or completeness of any information contained on this website and do not accept any legal liability or responsibility for any injury, loss or damage incurred by the use of, reliance on or interpretation of the information contained on this website.
A catch-up schedule generated by the NICC can include at-cost vaccines (accompanied by a ‘$’ symbol). ‘$' indicates a dose might not be funded under the National Immunisation Program schedule. However, depending on the person's circumstances, some at-cost doses might be funded under state and territory schedules.
If the person needing catch-up has been vaccinated overseas, they may have received different and/or additional doses to those recommended and funded by the National Immunisation Program.
If unsure about the funding status, please contact the local public health unit.
The NICC does not store any data on a server or locally on the user's device. The NICC only holds the session data in memory to allow users to navigate back and forth within the application. Once users exit the NICC, all session data is wiped.