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South Wairarapa clinics in October.

Featherston Community Centre

Saturday 1 October & Saturday 15 October
from 10am to 3.30pm




People are encouraged to go to local pharmacies and GP surgeries for vaccinations and boosters.


Vaccination sites:

Life Pharmacy Masterton

Queen Street, Masterton

Phone 06 377 1296

12 years and over

Monday - Friday
8.45am - 5:15pm

9am - 12.45pm

Walk in or book online

Te Whatu Ora (Health NZ) 

Home visits arranged by phoning 0800 829 924


5 years and over

Our mobile teams will happily travel to your home, work place or community group, to provide vaccinations and boosters.

Unichem Southend 

Phone 06 377 3891

NOTE: Pharmacy is open for general business 7 days a week.


12 years and over

Monday - Friday
9.15am - 5pm

Walk in or book online

Duncan's Pharmacy
Phone 06 377 0090

45 Queen Street, Kuripuni, Masterton

12 years and over

Monday - Friday
9am - 5pm

Walk in or book online 

Carterton Pharmacy
Phone 06 379 8244

100 High Street, Carterton

12 years and over

Bookings preferred

Monday - Friday
9am - 4.30pm

Walk in or book online

Greytown Medical Centre
Phone 06 304 9012

30 Bidwills Cutting Road, Greytown

12 years and over

5-11 year olds
2pm - 4.30pm

9am - 11.45am


Novavax is available to anyone eligible (18+, 1st and 2nd dose only) in Masterton.


Would you like a home, work place or marae visit?

Our mobile teams can visit anyone who needs a home or work-based vaccination and boosters. Chat to us on 0800 829 924.


For Rapid Antigent Tests (RATs) please go to your local pharmacy. Rural locations in the Wairarapa region have RATs supplies at these locations:

Tinui Cafe, Castlepoint Store, Riversdale Store, Maatange Tapuhi, Riversdale, Mauriceville, Pirinoa, Ngawi and Te Wharau.

Want to learn more about why we vaccinate? Click HERE

To see how your area is progressing with vaccinations, click HERE

Supportive tool for people with disabilities - The manaakitanga journey to getting vaccinated Click HERE

It's important to remember that any communications about COVID-19 and the vaccine will come only from the Ministry of Health or other trusted sources.


Misinformation, scams and frauds exploiting COVID-19 may arrive in the form of an email, text, phone call or through social media. Trust your source!

Want to know more about New Zealand's Vaccine Pass and International Vaccination certificate? Click HERE

Find more information on providers and services in your area on Healthpoint. Click HERE