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Eye Exam

Optometrists are typically the first point of contact for routine eye care and will liaise with ophthalmologists for advanced treatments or surgery when necessary. Our experienced optometrists provide a range of eye care services that focus on evaluating and maintaining the health of the eyes and vision. They work in collaboration with our ophthalmologist in one convenient location, to ensure patients receive comprehensive and specialised eye care as needed.

Our optometrists will tailor your eye exam according to your needs. This could include ancillary testing such as automated visual field analysis, Optos digital retinal photography, corneal topography, and OCT scanning.


Eye Exam

Generally eye exams are recommended every 1-2 years for individuals with no known eye problems. This frequency can vary based on your age, existing eye conditions, and other risk factors. It is important to remember that eye exams serve both to provide vision correction (such as getting glasses or contact lenses) and for early detection of eye diseases.

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Patients with diabetes should have regular diabetic eye exams. The frequency may vary depending on the type and severity of diabetes, and the presence of other risk factors.

Comprehensive evaluation includes specialised imaging of the central and peripheral retina for signs of diabetic retinopathy or macular oedema.

Contact Lens Consultation & Fitting

We can fit and supply a full range of contact lenses including daily disposable, toric, multifocal, RGP (hard) lenses, and lenses to create a monovision arrangement.

To determine your suitability and discuss all the options, book an appointment for a contact lenses assessment today.


This is a non­surgical procedure using custom made contact lenses to gently reshape the curvature of the eye temporarily while you are sleeping. This allows you to have clear vision during the day without glasses or contact lenses.

The procedure consists of an initial exam, fitting, and follow up assessments.

Children's Vision & Myopia Control

Children are recommended to have their first eye exam by an optometrist at around the age of six months to identify potential issues like strabismus and amblyopia. Subsequent eye exams should occur at age three, before starting school (around age five or six), and then annually. Frequent check-ups allow for for early detection of any vision problems.

We offer a range of options for Myopia Control for children found to be myopic, each of which has been shown to slow (but not reverse) the progression of myopia. This is now recognised as a very important aspect of children’s eye care, as it reduces the risk of becoming highly myopic with the associated vision problems that can follow later in life.

Please contact us to discuss the following available options and determine the best approach for managing myopia for your child:

It is a non-­surgical procedure using custom made contact lenses to gently reshape the curvature of the eye while you are sleeping. This allows clear vision during the day without glasses or contact lenses.

Previously a treatment for adults, this has recently been shown to also be effective in children for slowing the progression of myopia.

Atropine is a medication usually used to dilate pupils, but when used in very dilute concentrations has been found to slow down myopia progression. It needs to be used daily, usually for at least a few years.

MiyoSmart by Hoya are a special type of spectacle lens designed to slow down the progression of myopia in children by creating a different focus at the peripheral part of the lens compared with the central lens.

MiSight 1 day contact lenses from CooperVision have also been shown to slow down the progression of myopia. Similar to the Hoya MiyoSmart spectacle lenses, they work by creating two different zones of focus.

Urgent eye or vision concerns

Please contact the store directly on (03) 8560 0560 to see if we are able to assist at short notice:

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