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Noosa Optometrist - Est. 1989

One of a kind and definitely not a chain store!  We're an Optometrist in Noosa Junction and are 100% owned & operated by principal Optometrist, Catherine Tromp.

We'll do much more than just check your vision for glasses. 

Our 360º eye consultation will cover all aspects of your eye health and vision using advanced technology and a personal approach. Our trained optical dispensers will help you find your perfect prescription eyewear.

Welcome to Noosa Optical.

Optometrist News & Updates

Optometrist in Noosa reminds drivers "A safe car is nothing without safe vision"

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Wear driving glasses for safety 

(/blog/safe_driving_vision) Noosa Optometrists Catherine Tromp and Michelle Lamarca know that as drivers, we are very focused on safety, it’s a must-have. They emphasise that "Whilst we are concerned about our car’s safety features, we often don’t think about the major influential factor in crashes: human error." We know that vision is the most important sense for making decisions on the road and that uncorrected vision is a contributor to crash risk.^ Road safety starts with good vision, and that means seeing well at all distances, in all conditions. Be aware of  ...read more

New eyewear range by Variation Design, France

by: Optometrist Noosa on

Optometrist Noosa Eyewear 

(/blog/new-product-launch) Spectacle frames by Variation Design use a clever mix of metal cutting, engraving, hand painted colour and gradient painting. Their knowledge of metalwork and design produces a range of elegant optical frames that uplift and illustrate strong personalities. This collection encompasses the art of hand crafting which cannot be replicated by machines. To view our portfolio of Variation Design frames, click here (https://noosaoptical.myportfolio.com/vdesign). Let’s not forget style. You wouldn't wear the same pair of shoes with every outfit, so why  ...read more

Key Facts about Macular Degeneration

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Optometrist near me in Noosa 

(/blog/macular-degeneration-awareness-week) Only a complete eye test can detect the early signs of Macular Degeneration, Australia's leading cause of blindness and severe vision loss. All Australians over the age of 50 years should have an eye test and make sure their macula is checked. The macula is the central part of the retina, which is the light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye. The macular processes all central visual images and is responsible for the ability to drive, see colours clearly, read and recognize faces. Fast facts about macular degeneration: A complet  ...read more