COVID-19 Information for Aboriginal Communities
All Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people who are 12 years and older are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination.
COVID-19 is spreading quickly. Getting our mob vaccinated as soon as possible is the best way we can help stop the spread of COVID-19 and protect ourselves, our loved ones and the community.
To find out more about COVID-19 vaccination, visit the Department of Health website.
You can also help spread the word by downloading and sharing the information kit below:
Book a vaccination
To book a vaccination call the Illawarra Aboriginal Medical Service on (02) 4229 9495 or visit the NSW Health website.
COVID-19 support services
The services below offer COVID-19 related support to Aboriginal people.
|ServiceService||Support offeredSupport offered||PhonePhone|
|ServiceIllawarra Aboriginal Corporation||Support offeredAged Care, Housing and Family Support services||Phone
|ServiceIllawarra Aboriginal Medical Service||Support offeredHealth and Medical services||Phone
|ServiceIllawarra Local Aboriginal Land Council||Support offeredAboriginal Land, Culture and Housing||Phone
You can also visit our COVID-19 Support Services Directory to find more support, like food, housing, financial help, and support for families and young people.
- Aboriginal Culture and Communities
- Coast and Waterways
- Trees and Plants
- Natural Areas
- Native Animals
- Pest Animals
- Climate Change
- Environmental Education
Floods and Stormwater
- Allans Creek Catchment
- Brooks Creek Catchment
- Collins Creek Catchment
- Duck Creek Catchment
- Fairy and Cabbage Tree Creeks Catchment
- Hewitts Creek Catchment
- Kully Bay Catchment
- Lake Illawarra Catchment
- Minnegang Creek Catchment
- Mullet Creek Catchment
- Northern Suburbs Catchment
- Towradgi Creek Catchment
- Wollongong City Catchment
- Stormwater Pollution
- Parking and Transport
- Public Toilets
- Wollongong CBD
- History and Heritage
- Memorial Gardens and Cemeteries
- Sister Cities
- Filming and Photography