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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 test 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

State-of-the-art eye health and diagnostics.

by: Catherine Tromp on

Eye test 

(/blog/introducing-carl-zeiss-cirrus-hd-oct) As a 100% locally owned & operated Optometrist in Noosa Junction, Noosa Optical doesn't pay franchise fees. We would rather re-invested into specialized eye test equipment and services for our clients. Here are some examples of where we've re-invested into eye health and diagnostics. We do a lot more than just an eye test for glasses. Each instrument has it's own specialized application. All together, they keep us at the cutting edge of eye health diagnosis and management. Zeiss Cirrus HD-OCT This sophisticated scanning syste  ...read more

Is your child school ready?

by: Catherine Tromp on

Kids eye test Noosa
 

(/blog/childrens-vision-screening) Did you know that vision is responsible for 80% of all learning in a child’s first twelve years?[10] Poor vision can interfere with your child’s learning and social development, yet 1 in 5 children suffers from an undetected vision problem. A child’s eyes are central to their school life. Whether they are playing sport, reading, writing or using a digital device, their eyes are working hard. That’s why it’s important for children to have an eye examination prior to starting primary school and ever  ...read more

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

by: Optometrist Noosa on

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