Cootamundra Medical Centre is preparing for the flu season with vaccines expected later this month.
The centre will trial walk-in clinics for the first time as well as some pre-booked clinics.
Weekend or after hours clinics will also be available.
Further notification will be posted at the medical centre and in the Cootamundra Herald.
In line with NSW Health recommendations influenza vaccines will be available from the State Vaccine Centre around mid April, however a Cootamundra Medical Centre Spokesperson said current guidelines suggest maximum benefit is gained from the vaccine being given late April into May.
"Due to the unusually high influenza activity over the summer, high risk groups such as the elderly in aged care facilities will be a priority," the spokesperson said.
"Once we have a stock of vaccines we will start offering them to eligible people," they continued.
Flu shots may be given by the doctor or nurse at routine appointments or at designated flu clinics.
People eligible for free flu vaccine include those 65 years or older, pregnant women, anyone with a chronic disease and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders from six months on.
Annual vaccination is recommended to everyone. Those not eligible for free flu shots can still have these at the medical centre or their local pharmacy and pay the relevant fee.