HPV vaccine animation
This animation demonstrates how the HPV vaccine works to help protect against HPV related cancers and disease. Transcript
What to expect on vaccination day
The free HPV vaccine will be administered to students through a national school vaccination program. Watch this video for information on what you can expect on vaccination day. Transcript
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ambassadors
Find out why country-music legend Troy Cassar-Daley and popular broadcaster Jacinta Price are supporting the vaccination program.
Comic book for young men and women
An HPV vaccination comic book for Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander males and females is now available.
What is HPV video
The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a highly contagious virus that most of us will come in contact with in our lifetime. Learn more in this video. Transcript
HPV School Vaccination Program video
The free HPV vaccine is available to males and females aged 12-13 years in schools. Males aged 14-15 years are also able to get the vaccine in school in 2014. Watch this video for information. Transcript
Vaccinating against Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the best way to prevent HPV-related cancers and disease. The HPV vaccine is being provided free in schools as part of the National Immunisation Program.
Eligible males and females aged 12-13 years can take part in the school-based National Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Program. Males aged 14-15 years are also able to receive the vaccine through a catch-up program in 2014.
This site provides information, answers to common questions and a range of downloadable resources about the HPV school-based vaccination program for parents, students and health professionals.