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Optical Extras? Use them or lose them by Dec 31st.

Optical Extras?  Use them or lose them by Dec 31st.

Did you know that you can claim ANY health fund optical benefits with us?  Our expertise will help you to maximise your entitlements and find the perfect eyewear for you.  We take the time to understand how you use your eyes so that we can expertly tailor our eyewear recommendations for your individual needs.

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Seeing Clearly Doesn't Guarantee Nothing is Wrong

Seeing Clearly Doesn't Guarantee Nothing is Wrong

Did you know that many of the most serious eye diseases develop gradually, often without noticeable signs in their early stages?

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June Frame Sale

June Frame Sale

Now's your chance to score a quality frame at a bargain price.

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Lenses Are Clear - Lens Quality May Not Be

Lenses Are Clear - Lens Quality May Not Be

Spectacle lens quality is the major factor in quality vision outcomes.

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You May Not See Eye Disease Coming

You May Not See Eye Disease Coming

Did you know that 1 in 4 Australians are at risk of losing all or part of their vision due to eye disease?

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A regular eye test is the key to healthy eyes.

Not having a regular eye test!

A 45 minute eye examination could save your sight.

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Macular Degeneration

Macular Degeneration

There has been quite a bit of advertising lately outlining the importance of having your macula checked.  You may be wondering, what and where exactly is your macula?

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The Lowdown on Dry Eyes

The Lowdown on Dry Eyes

Tears are something that very few of us think about, unless you’re shedding a few after watching a particularly sad movie (or are a Wallabies fan) or maybe peeling an onion.  But tears play a vital role in keeping your eyes comfortable and your vision clear and if they’re not working properly then they can have a surprisingly big impact on your life.

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