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Our Eyewear

Eyewear is personal and covers so much more than simply glasses.

Our independent practice is equipped to dispense and support all kinds of eyewear including glasses, prescription sunglasses, contact lenses and safety glasses. From basic reading glasses to complex, custom-made frames and lenses, our qualified team will work with you and specialised manufacturers to create your ideal solution. We’ve also written a range of articles that take a deeper look into various eyewear topics.

If you’re looking for eyewear that combines non-compromising attention to detail with modern, world-class manufacturing, we’d be delighted to show you more in our store.

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Glasses Frames

European-designed and made eyewear makes up the core of our range. Many of our eyeglasses are one-off, unique and made to order. We’ll work with you to design and produce your ideal frames.

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Look fantastic in quality sunglasses that also provides full UV protection for your eyes. Our range of sunglasses are customisable and are also available as prescription sunglasses. 

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Contact Lenses

From single-use daily lenses to custom-designed soft contact lenses and rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses, Ortho-K and scleral lenses. We also stock solutions for all contact lens types.

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Eyewear glasses

Eyewear tends to mean glasses frames combined with prescription lenses. However, there are so many different types of solution. If you wear eyeglasses, they are probably the first accessory to be noticed. So, it’s important that you’re happy with the style and function.

Eyewear sunglasses

Arguably the most recognized type of eyewear is sunglasses. So, if you wear prescription eyeglasses, you’ll probably benefit from prescription sunglasses. Even if you don’t wear prescription glasses, good quality sunglasses are like sunscreen for your eyes.

Eyewear prescription

You’ll need an eye test to determine what your prescription is. The type of eyewear you plan on using will also determine what type of eye test you’ll need. For example, a general eye test is different to a contact lens consultation. Each prescription type factors in different things.

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.