COVID-19 Information & Bookings


The Drive-Thru COVID Testing site is now CLOSED at Lardner Park.

New COVID Testing Location from Monday 29th November

From Monday 29th, testing will be provided from The Goods Shed in Warragul (see map below). This is not a drive thru service. 

Bookings can be made online and are currently in 10 minute slots between 8.30am-4.00pm, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Please use the button at the top of this page to book your COVID test.

To ensure you are tested as quickly as possible, please make sure you have done your online registration before coming in. 

For more information on COVID-19 across Gippsland go to Gippsland Region Public Health Unit website:

The Victorian Government COVID 19 website has information on state-wide testing, isolation requirements, support and more.

Testing & Vaccination Location - Goods Shed, Warragul

Address: Corner of Alfred St and Howitt St, Warragul VIC 3820
(in the car park south of the Warragul Railway Station)


The Warragul Goods Shed offers COVID vaccination on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 6pm.
Book by calling the Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398 or via the Vaccination Booking button at the top of this page.
You may also contact your local GP or Pharmacy who may also offer vaccination.

Information on Elegibility and Vaccines

Booster Vaccination Update

Booster doses are now available at Victorian vaccination centres including the Goods Shed at Warragul to anyone aged 18 and over who had their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine more than six months ago.

Please see the latest advice below regarding Booster doses:

  • A COVID-19 booster dose helps prevent waning immunity (loss of protection) against COVID-19. Eligible people will receive the Pfizer vaccine as their booster dose. They can safely get this Pfizer booster dose regardless of which COVID-19 vaccine they received for their initial doses.
  • They can also get a booster dose if they have completed an initial vaccination course overseas with a COVID-19 vaccine recognised by the Therapeutic Goods Administration.
  • AstraZeneca is not preferred for use as a booster dose, but it can be used in individuals who have received AstraZeneca for their first two doses if there are no contraindications or precautions for use, or a significant adverse reaction has occurred after a previous mRNA vaccine dose which contraindicates further doses of mRNA vaccine.
  • People can make a booking through the call centre or walk up to a vaccine centre for their booster dose.