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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.

Noosa Optometrist News & Updates

Noosa Maui Jim Sunglasses Show 2018

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(/blog/maui-jim-sunglasses-show-2018) (/BookingRetrieve.aspx?ID=13579) We invite you to join us for our annual spring event to view the complete range of this seasons hottest styles from world leading polarised sunglasses brand, Maui Jim. You'll receive a personal fitting and get to try on what we, at Noosa Optical, wear every day. Date: Thursday 25th October 2018 Time: 10am to 6pm Venue: Noosa Optical, 1 Lanyana Way Noosa Junction This year's exclusive event will showcase the complete range of this seasons hottest styles from world leading polarised sunglasses brand,   ...read more

Your eyes are 10 times more sensitive to UV than your skin

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Know your risk 

(/blog/your-eyes-are-10-times-more-sensitive-to-uv-than-your-skin) Why it’s so important to protect your eyes from UV. Just like our skin, our eyes are susceptible to both the short term and long term effects of UV rays. The facts don’t lie: Australia has some of the highest levels of UV radiation in the world [1] (#1) UV causes ten times the amount of damage to the eyes than to the skin [2] (#2) Children are more sensitive to UV damage of the skin and eyes than adults [3] (#3) 57% of Australian parents routinely protect their eyes from the sun, while   ...read more

If you can see clearly, nothing is wrong. Right?

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(/blog/eye_test_see_clearly) ­If you can see clearly, nothing is wrong. Right? Did you know many of the most serious eye diseases develop gradually, often without noticeable signs in their early stages? Don’t wait until it’s too late Every 65 minutes an Australian loses part or all of their vision^ and a staggering 42%* of people wait until their eyes deteriorate before having their vision and eye health examined. While many of us recognise the need for preventative dental and general health check-ups, we’re generally less aware of the importance of regular preventative e  ...read more