Every two years (2) for a regular check up. However our optometrist may recommend to see you more frequently than this depending on family eye history or eye conditions.
Yes, standard eye tests are bulk billed through medicare.
Yes, we always want you to look your best. At a small fitting charge, we can use your own existing frame or external frame to put in high quality lenses.
For a general eye examination an appointment is required. However if you are experiencing a quick change in vision or discomfort it is highly recommended you see us as soon as possible.
On Average consultations with our Optometrists are up to 30 minutes. Sometimes Depending on the health of the eye the optometrist may find something out of the ordinary and the duration may be longer.
There is no minimum age, rather a child should have their eyes examined as soon as a problem is noted and routine examination is recommended prior to starting school.
Yes, RMS forms can be filled out by the Optometrist during a routine check up.
Yes, if you are a traveller from outside Australia our Optometrists can still test your eyes. Yes, there will be a cost involved for the eye test as you are not an Australian Resident with a medicare card.
Please contact our friendly team members for more information
Yes, we have a HICAPS machine which can automatically send through to the Health Fund to claim your rebate.
All Health Funds are different and are dependent on your Health Fund Cover. We recommend for you to check with your Health Fund which can be done through by downloading your Health Fund Phone App, Website or telephone.
Health Funds differ and can end generally at the end of the year December 31st, Financially June 30th and sometimes it can be from the time when you originally joined with your health fund. We recommend to check with your Health Fund.
Don’t throw away your spectacles! We can donate your spectacles to those less fortunate in third world countries.