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I’m travelling to Australia, do I need a yellow fever vaccine?

Page last updated 10 July 2018

Anyone aged 12 months or older who has stayed overnight or longer in a declared yellow fever infected country within 6 days prior to arrival in Australia, is required to show evidence of yellow fever vaccination. This is documented on an approved yellow fever vaccination certificate.

For further information regarding the yellow fever vaccination, speak with your healthcare professional.


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Sources & Citations

  1. New South Wales Government Health. Yellow Fever. Available at: (accessed 16 April 2018)

SPANZ.STAMA.18.05.0185a - Date of preparation May 2018