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Central Retinal Imaging

Central Retinal Imaging

We use a high-resolution confocal fundus imaging system for central retinal imaging.  This instrument enables our Optometrists to investigate the structures at the back of your eye in more detail, even when your pupil is small, or where cataracts are in the way. The...

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Sunscreen for Eyes

Sunscreen for Eyes

Sunscreen for your eyes is a lot easier than you think. We all know about sunscreen for our skin. Just like our skin, our eyes can be susceptible to both the short term and long term effects of UV rays. The facts don’t lie and we all need to be more aware of why we...

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Progressive lenses

Progressive lenses

A progressive lens, also known as a multifocal lens, graduated lens, or progressive addition lens, is a type of eyeglass lens that provides clear vision at multiple distances. Progressive lenses do the work of separate pairs of glasses. Commonly used by individuals...

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Claim your Extras Balance by Dec 31

Claim your Extras Balance by Dec 31

If you've invested in private health insurance, you'll want to make the most of your available cover. So, this is why it's important to claim your extras balance before they expire each year. Most health funds - including Bupa, Medibank and NIB - reset optical extras...

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Energex Outage

Energex Outage

Energex has planned an electricity outage for Thursday 30th November 2023 from 8am to 3pm that will affect our practice. This means we will not be able to operate on this day and we have made the decision to remain closed on that day. We apologize for any...

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Presbyopia

Presbyopia

Does presbyopia make arms shorter? Here are 5 key points about presbyopia: Presbyopia is a normal aging change of the eyeIt causes difficulty seeing clearly when looking at close objects around 40 years of ageThe crystalline lens in the eye stiffens over timeCommonly...

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Glasses repairs

Glasses repairs

We provide on site glasses repairs and service. Visit us in store or contact our customer service team on (07) 5447 3711 for assistance with glasses repairs and sunglasses repairs. We will need to see the problem in order to recommend a suitable glasses...

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Zeal Sunglasses

Zeal Sunglasses

Zeal Optics produces sunglasses for people who live for outdoor adventure. Their philosophy is to use less, give back and explore more. Overview:The full range of Zeal sunglassesPlant-based materialsBlue light filtrationPolarised for contrastUltra lightweight &...

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Macular Degeneration

Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration - what you should know The chances are, 1 in 7 of your family members over 50 years of age will be suffering from Macular Degeneration. How is your macula? Have you had it checked lately? Here are 5 key points about macular degeneration: Vision...

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Photochromatic lenses

Photochromatic lenses

Photochromatic lenses are a type of eyewear lens that change their tint depending on the lighting conditions. These lenses are commonly used in eyeglasses and sunglasses and are also known as Transitions® lenses or light-adaptive lenses. They are made of a special...

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Ultra-Widefield Retinal Imaging

Ultra-Widefield Retinal Imaging

We use an Optos Daytona ultra-widefield (UWF) retinal imaging machine to capture a high-resolution image of more than 82% or 200˚ of the retina in a single capture, without physical contact and in less than ½ second. Here's what we'll cover in this article:Why is UWF...

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Vision at School

Vision at School

I’m sure you agree that good vision at school is essential to a child's growth, development and everyday performance. OverviewVision and learningMost vision problems can be correctedEarly detection is keyThe importance of an eye test for school childrenRed flags of...

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Orthokeratology (Ortho-K)

Orthokeratology (Ortho-K)

Commonly referred to as Ortho-K, orthokeratology provides clear unaided vision throughout the day without the risks of refractive surgery. Ortho-K is a gentle, non-surgical, and reversible procedure that involves reshaping the front of your eye (cornea) with...

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Maui Jim Sunglasses

Maui Jim Sunglasses

With over 65 Maui Jim Sunglasses models on display, we have the largest collection of Maui Jim sunnies in Noosa, so you're sure to find your perfect style. We can also have any other model on-site in as little as 24 hours and provide a genuine parts service. We’re the...

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RGP Contact Lenses

RGP Contact Lenses

Hard contact lenses, also called rigid contact lenses or rigid gas permeable (RGP) contact lenses are made from stiff polymers that allow oxygen to pass through to the cornea. They require specialized equipment and skills in order to measure detailed corneal...

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Corneal Topography

Corneal Topography

We use a Medmont Meridia for advanced corneal topography. It captures high-end interior images and videos of the front of the eye. It also provides enhanced Meibography imaging for a dry eye evaluation. This instrument provides a larger field of view and proven...

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Soft Contact Lenses

Soft Contact Lenses

We stock soft contact lenses. So if you need a quick supply of contact lenses while on your visit to Noosa, or you've just found yourself short, come and see us. OverviewWho can wear soft contact lenses?Contact lenses and comfortHealthy eyes and contact lensesRelated...

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Blue Light Glasses

Blue Light Glasses

Blue light is thought to be harmful to the light-sensitive parts of the eye, such as the macula. The macular is prone to degeneration and it has been suggested that high-energy blue light may increase the risk of macular degeneration. But, are blue light glasses any...

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Dry Eye Syndrome

Dry Eye Syndrome

Dry eye syndrome is a dysfunction of the tear film. It usually presents as sore, red, and tired eyes. Environmental factors play a role, however, treatment depends on which type of dry eyes you have. Artificial tear drops can help to relieve symptoms, but further...

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Polarised Sunglasses

Polarised Sunglasses

Polarised sunglasses reduce horizontal glare. That is reflected glare from horizontal, smooth or flat surfaces like water, cars and roads. Generally, polarised sunglasses provide better levels of protection for the eye. These days, fashion and polarised lenses go hand...

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Ready-Made Readers

Ready-Made Readers

Ready-made readers are often referred to as over-the-counter readers, ready-mades, or magnifiers.  They are mass-produced products and are commonly sold in service stations, dress shops, department stores, and pharmacies. They do not require a prescription. Put...

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LINDBERG Glasses

LINDBERG Glasses

We are the only stockist of LINDBERG glasses on the Sunshine Coast. Our display range includes over 60 styles across 10 different LINDBERG glasses collections. Experience a bolder style of Acetanium frame or an ultra-minimalist, lightweight rimless frame.

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Sunglasses classification standards

Sunglasses classification standards

In Australia, all sunglasses must be classified according to the Consumer Goods (Sunglasses and Fashion Spectacles) Safety Standard 2017. So in this article, we'll talk about the sunglasses classification standard in Australia. OverviewUltraviolet...

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Anti-reflective lenses

Anti-reflective lenses

The clear advantage of anti-reflective lenses for prescription glasses Anti-reflective (AR) lenses have revolutionized the world of prescription glasses by addressing common vision issues and enhancing the overall eyewear experience. These lenses are designed to...

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2 Pairs of Glasses for $199

2 Pairs of Glasses for $199

If you're looking for 2 pairs of prescription glasses for a great price, we can do 2 pairs from $199. We know our offer is better than our chain store competitors because our deal includes extras that you don't pay any more for. Furthermore, if you do happen to find a...

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Safety Eyewear

Safety Eyewear

Prescription safety glasses Noosa Optical is qualified to supply prescription safety glasses. All our prescription safety eyewear are independently tested to the AS/NZS 1337.6.2012 standard. We also provide a certificate with every purchase. OverviewPrescription...

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Keratoconus

Keratoconus

A thinning of the central zone of the cornea allows normal, internal eye pressure to cause the rounded shape of the cornea to become cone-shaped. OverviewWhat is keratoconus?Causes of keratoconus?SymptomsDiagnosisTreatmentReducing your riskRelated topics What is...

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7 Sunglasses Myths

7 Sunglasses Myths

Let's separate the facts from marketing spin and dive right into clearing up 7 sunglasses myths in time for spring! In Queensland, we're taught from a very young age about how to protect our skin from the sun. Everybody knows that sunglasses protect your eyes from UV...

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Driving Vision

Driving Vision

A safe car is nothing without safe driving vision. Your driving vision is the most important safety feature in your car. As drivers, we are very focused on safety, it’s a must-have. OverviewBe aware of signs & symptomsHow can we help with poor vision while...

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Comprehensive Eye Health

Comprehensive Eye Health

Comprehensive eye health is about providing a complete eye health service, not just eye tests for glasses. A truely comprehensive eye health examination will take time, expertise and requires detailed investigation of the eye’s health. Table of contentsWhat is a...

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Our Eye Technology

Our Eye Technology

We've invested in the best eye technology we can find. 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.  ...

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Glasses for face shape

Glasses for face shape

Traditionally, it was important to choose glasses for your face shape. There is still some basis for this, particularly if you want the frame to blend nicely with your features. Frames can also change the appearance of your face shape. For example, glasses can make...

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Adult Eye Tests

Adult Eye Tests

Complete adult eye tests involve more than a basic eye test for glasses. As we grow older, various eye conditions will begin to affect our sight. Early diagnosis and treatment will help to prolong vision and avoid loss of sight. Our complete eye test will provide you...

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Anti-fatigue lenses

Anti-fatigue lenses

Relieving eye strain with anti-fatigue lenses for prescription glasses. In our modern, screen-centered lives, it's no surprise that many people experience eye fatigue, discomfort, and strain due to prolonged periods of close-up work. For those in need of prescription...

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See the Lens Experts

See the Lens Experts

Spectacle lenses may all look the same - but there's a catch! We're your local lens expert and we're here to help understand which lenses are good. Whilst optical lenses may all look the same, there are vast differences in quality that will affect vision, visual...

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Contact Lens Test

Contact Lens Test

A contact lens test is different from a glasses check. You’ll need a contact lens test in order to receive a contact lens prescription to buy contact lenses. We prescribe a full range of contact lenses, based on what is most suitable for individual requirements....

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Glasses frames on Sale

Glasses frames on Sale

If you're looking for glasses frames on sale, look no further! We have a number of glasses frames on sale in Noosa Junction. With up to 50% off you can save hundreds of dollars on a premium high-end frame. OverviewDisplay glasses frames on saleSeason ClearanceLINDBERG...

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Optical Coherence Tomography

Optical Coherence Tomography

Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is a form of imaging used on eyes. To provide you with the most comprehensive eye health testing available today, we have invested in the gold standard of Optical Coherence Tomography, the Carl Zeiss Cirrus HD-OCT. OverviewHow does...

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Children’s Eye Tests

Children’s Eye Tests

Children's eye tests are important. In fact, around 80% of all learning during a child’s first 12 years comes through vision. Whether it be reading, writing, smart board work, or using a computer; a child’s eyes are constantly in use in the classroom and at play. So,...

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Bifocal Lenses

Bifocal Lenses

Understanding the benefits of bifocal lenses for prescription glasses Prescription glasses have come a long way from their humble beginnings as a functional solution for vision impairment. Today, they not only provide clear eyesight but also offer a wide range of...

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Pterygium, Surfer’s Eye

Pterygium, Surfer’s Eye

Pterygium (pronounced "tuh - rij - ee  -uhm) is sometimes called surfer's eye. It is a common condition we see around Noosa and once you know what it is, you'll probably realise you know someone with this condition. Overview5 key pointsWhat is a pterygium?Causes of...

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Urgent Eye Care

Urgent Eye Care

In order to provide essential and urgent eye care, we have reserved appointments throughout the week that are not visible online. To book an urgent appointment, please call us directly on 54473711 during our opening hours. We'll ensure you are taken care of. What is...

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Visual Field Test

Visual Field Test

Our Zeiss Humphrey Field Analyser provides the gold standard visual field test. Combined with our Zeiss Cirrus HD-OCT, this instrument is essential in the diagnosis and management of Glaucoma. Similarly, conditions such as strokes and pituitary tumours in...

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Cataracts

Cataracts

Most cataracts are age related, which means the older you get, the more likely you are to develop them. Cataracts may also be present at birth or acquired as a result of disease (such as diabetes), trauma to the eye, exposure to radiation or prolonged use of steroids....

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Magnifiers & Low Vision

Magnifiers & Low Vision

Low vision magnifiers include all types of vision appliances other than prescription glasses. Now, we’re not talking about magnifying reading glasses either. They’re covered on a different page here. Low vision aids & magnifiers This page covers...

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Noosa Optical

Suite 2 & 3 Noosa Professional Centre
1 Lanyana Way
Noosa Heads QLD 4567

Opening hours:

Monday - Friday | 9:00am - 5:00pm

We're closed for weekends and public holidays.

Noosa Optical

Suite 2 & 3 Noosa Professional Centre
1 Lanyana Way
Noosa Heads QLD 4567

Opening hours:

Monday - Friday | 9:00am - 5:00pm

We're closed for weekends and public holidays.