Whatever your destination, make sure that you're up to date with your vaccinations.
For all destinations
Make sure you've had your standard vaccinations, such as: Tetanus, Diphtheria, Measles and Polio.
You should also consider an Influenza vaccination if you're planning on travelling during the colder months.
For most destinations
Depending on your destination and purpose of travel, additional vaccinations may be required.
These might include: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Typhoid, Rabies, Japanese Encephalitis and Meningitis.
Highly recommended vaccinations
Yellow fever vaccinations
Strongly recommend for parts of Africa and South America.
Strongly recommended for Saudi Arabia during the time of the Hajj or Umra pilgrimages.
For full information on the appropriate vaccinations specific to your travel, please discuss with The Travel Doctor-TMVC.
Travellers' medical kits
To make sure you can treat health problems before they interfere with your travel plans, it's always a good idea to carry a first aid kit.
Visit The Travel Doctor for more details on the various kits they provide.
All the Travel Doctor-TMVC kits contain a range of prescription and non-prescription medications especially designed to assist you manage common traveller illnesses while you are away.
All kits come with detailed instructions and an authority document to get you safely across any border.
Limits, exclusions and conditions apply. This is general advice only. Medibank Private Limited, ABN 47 080 890 259, an Authorised Representative, AR 286089, of Travel Insurance Partners Pty Limited, ABN 73 144 049 230 AFSL 360138 issues the insurance on behalf of the insurer. The issuer of the travel insurance is Great Lakes Australia (ARBN 127 740 532, ABN 18 964 580 576, AFSL 318603). Please review your own needs and consider the Combined FSG/PDS available from Medibank stores or medibank.com.au/travel to decide if this product is right for you.