Welcome e hoa ma

 This page has important information below for you and your whānau to understand why it’s important to get vaccinated, and to answer any patai you might have.

Getting vaccinated protects our people and our whakapapa. It’s one of the ways that our kaumatua, our tamariki and our whānau can remain safe from COVID-19. 

 We know that it's been hard whānau, we're right there with you! 

Kia kaha, kia maia, kia manawanui 

 

Where you can get vaccinated

We have vaccination centres around the motu, including Māori-led centres. Our kaimahi are here to kōrero and support you.

   Māori-led vaccination locations


Choosing to vaccinate

Whānau, if you're feeling unsure, kei te pai. With trusted information you can make a decision about how to protect your whānau. 

The COVID-19 vaccine - Te Rongoā Ārai Mate Korona


"We have our whānau here to make you feel comfortable, to make you feel welcome". 

Meet  Hilda from Manurewa Marae

Māori-led  and community vaccination sites 
Māori-led vaccination centres

There are five Māori-led vaccination centres in Tamariki Mākaurau. All these centres are run by Māori providers who operate a te ao Māori model of care.

Māori-led vaccination centres
You don't need to book and you can come along any time with the whole whānau for all your first, second, booster doses and tamariki immunisations. 

Henderson Vaccination Centre
Led by Te Whānau o Waipareira

28 Catherine Street, Henderson

Manurewa Marae Vaccination Centre
Led by Manurewa Marae

81 Finlayson Ave, Clendon Park, Manukau

Tāmaki Vaccination Centre
Led by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei

261 Morrin Road, St Johns

Takanini Vaccination Centre
Led by Whānau Ora
Walk in or drive through

8 Great South Road, Takanini

Papakura Marae Vaccination Centre
29 Hunua Road, Papakura
Walk in or drive through

29 Hunua Road, Papakura

Pukekohe Vaccination Centre
Led by Huakina Development Trust

6 Roulston Street, Pukekohe

Community vaccination centres and events

We run community vaccination centres and events across Tāmaki Makaurau


You can bring your whole whānau of any age, but only those 5 years and over can be vaccinated. 

Community vaccination events

"I may not like needles, but I'm doing it for you whānau". 

Meet Jermaine from Jgeeks as he gets vaccinated at Manurewa Marae. 

Honoa mai ki ngā whakaohiti mō ngā pārongo KŌWHEORI-19 kua whakawhitia ki te reo Māori.

Other information for Māori whānau

 Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā

Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā is made up of some of the nation’s leading Māori medical and health experts including Primary Care Specialists, Public Health experts, Public Health Physicians, Māori Nurses and iwi leaders.

Karawhiua

Karawhiua is a website that provides trusted information, that will empower whānau to make informed decisions about their health and wellbeing.

Unite against COVID-19