We have resumed our services in a controlled environment. MONDAY – FRIDAY 9.00am – 5.00pm To meet our social distancing target, we are asking all patients to please call us on 9918 0616 before ... Continue Reading

Glaucoma – An important reason for regular eye examinations

Australians1, yet it is estimated that 50% of those living with glaucoma are undiagnosed1. While nine out of 10 Australians say that sight is their most valued sense 2, as many as one in three Australians ... Continue Reading
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We are COIVD Safe

We are taking every precaution to make sure you are safe. ... Continue Reading

6 Essentials for an Effective Face Mask

6 Essentials for an Effective Face Mask As social distancing measures ease and we are able to return to more normal social interactions, the new “normal” will be different – seating will be spaced ... Continue Reading

Update to services!

Beckenham Optometrist Update Changes effective 4 May   We have resumed our services in a controlled environment Please call us on 9918 0616 before visiting the practice We are open and here to assist ... Continue Reading

Update to services!

Due to current health concerns and COVID-19 restrictions, Beckenham Optometrist has developed and implemented a new Tele-consult service. Operating as a community based health service in Avalon Beach for 20 years now we are ... Continue Reading

COVID-19 Update; What We Are Doing To Help

An update for all our patients:   As of today we are still open and here to help! We are working diligently towards maintaining a safe and sanitized practice space to ensure the health ... Continue Reading

A Message To All Our Patients

TO ALL OUR PATIENTS: We’ve always considered our practice to be a clean and sanitised space. It is something we pride ourself on. A lot of the cleaning we do happens behind the scenes, ... Continue Reading

New report reveals the state of Australian eye health

Sourced from Good Vision for Life  Three quarters (76%) of all Australians consider their eyesight to be their most important sense, with three in five Australians stating they’re worried about the quality of their ... Continue Reading