QUESTIONS pexels karolina grabowska 4491476

We help your whole family to see better with our holistic approach to vision.

Yes, there is a charge for patients to see our optometrists.

During your appointment we provide more than just the basics, we allow a longer time for our eye examinations so your optometrist can ensure your prescription meets your needs.

We thoroughly examine the health of your eyes and talk with you about any questions or concerns you may have. We use state of the art optical equipment to help us provide a thorough and comprehensive eye examination. We screen for conditions such as cataracts, dry eyes, diabetes, glaucoma, macular degeneration among others.

Our focus is on good eye health and maintaining that health into the future.

No. You do not need a referral to see us, and we can provide on-the-spot Medicare Rebates for those who are eligible.

We offer a range of appointments.

Appointments for those who are new to the practice, or for comprehensive eye examinations, are usually between 40 minutes to 1 hour.

Children’s eye test appointments are usually 60 minutes long.

Contact Lens examinations include a check-up and usually take 40 minutes.

Appointments for a general check-up are usually booked for 40 minutes.

It takes approximately 10 working days for your custom-made glasses or contact lenses to be ready for you.

You will receive a text message or phone call to let you know that your eyewear has arrived at our practice. When you come in to collect your glasses, we will ensure the fit is comfortable for you.

Children’s eye care is especially important as their vision can impact the rest of their lives. Our optometrists are trained to prevent vision and eye problems from deteriorating or developing.

Children aged between 4 and 5 should be tested to ensure their vision is as good as it can be. Just before your child starts school is also a key time to make an appointment for a vision check.

Yes – we can help you with your eye health, all our optometrists are therapeutically endorsed. This means they can diagnose your problem and provide you with eye medication scripts and review your recovery if necessary.

Our optometrists work closely with GPs and ophthalmologists providing details of your eye management with them, so you receive the best outcomes.

Looking after your eyes is important when you have diabetes as those who have the condition are at increased risk of developing eye problems. If left untreated, this can lead to poor vision and blindness.

Often the patient may not experience signs or symptoms of problems. Most vision loss from diabetes can be prevented with regular eye checks and early treatment.

Diabetes can cause a range of eye problems. The most common is diabetic retinopathy, where tiny blood vessels in the back of the eye are damaged and may cause vision loss. It’s important that it is identified and treated early. The early stages don’t generally have symptoms, but in the later stages, people may notice blurred, hazy or double vision or they may have sudden loss of vision. The only way to know if you have Diabetic Retinopathy is to have a diabetes eye health check.