Find out where you and your children can get tested for coronavirus (COVID-19) near your home.

New and closing pop-up and drive-through testing sites 

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Drive-through metropolitan site wait-times available

To assist your decision making, site wait-times are available. To view these go to the ‘testing sites map’ below and click the site you want to visit.

If you have symptoms, you must return home immediately after the test and remain in isolation until you receive your test result. Get on board with the rest of your community, do the right thing, and help keep us all safe.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) testing sites

If you have symptoms, get tested at:

  • your local general practitioner - call them before you visit, they may perform the test or refer you to a pathology provider for the test.
  • a GP respiratory clinic - visit the Australian Government coronavirus (COVID-19) site for a full list of GP respiratory clinics and how you can book an appointment.
  • a Victorian hospital respiratory clinic.
  • a Community Health Centre respiratory clinic.
  • a pop-up drive-through or walk-in testing site (details below).
  • a regional walk-through clinic.

Please call ahead before visiting a testing site, unless you choose to be tested at a pop-up testing site.

Pop-up testing sites

You can be tested at one of the pop-up testing sites listed below.

Both walk-in and drive-through sites are available. For all drive-through locations you must be in a vehicle to be tested, you cannot walk in or ride a bicycle into a drive-through site.

Do not contact the listed testing sites directly. For more information about what’s available near you, call the 24-hour coronavirus hotline 1800 675 398. You don't need to make an appointment to attend a drive-through testing site.

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We regularly update these locations so check this page for the latest sites.

Testing sites map

The map below shows some of the locations where you can get tested across Victoria.

For more information about locations and operating hours of testing services, please hover over the icon on the map. There is also a list of locations available in CSV format.

Please call ahead before to visiting a testing site, unless you choose to be tested at a drive-through testing site.

At drive-through sites you will be tested from your vehicle. Mobile drive-through sites do not provide walk-in tests.

For more information about what’s available near you, call the 24-hour coronavirus hotline 1800 675 398.

What if there are no clinics listed in my area?

If there are no clinics listed near you, contact your doctor, local community health service or local hospital for assistance. Make sure you phone ahead and discuss your symptoms before you visit in person. 

Where can I get children tested?

Children of all ages can be tested for coronavirus (COVID-19) at hospital respiratory clinics and GP respiratory clinics. In some cases, parents/carers may be referred to a hospital emergency department by the hospital respiratory clinic. Your local doctor may also be providing testing for children, call them to find out.

Hospital testing clinics and GP respiratory clinics are listed in the map above.

Children aged five years and over can be tested for coronavirus (COVID-19) at a shopping centre drive-through testing location or one of the other testing sites across Victoria (details of locations are above).

Due to the constraints of testing through a car window, children aged under five years will not be able to be tested at shopping centre drive-through locations, as well as Chadstone Golfers Drive, Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre, Roxburgh Park, Bunnings Caroline Springs, Bunnings West Footscray, Melbourne Airport, Springers Keysborough and Melbourne Showgrounds. 

Please note - all Monash Health sites (including drive-throughs) offer testing for children of all ages.