Are you ready to share your secret this World Hearing Day?

To mark this World Hearing Day, Hearing Australia is proud to partner with Aussie entertainment legend David Campbell. With a professional career relying heavily on his hearing, he highlights the importance of speaking up about hearing loss and finding the best solution for you.

David says, “This World Hearing Day it is time to address the stigma by talking about hearing loss with friends and family – you may find they are experiencing the same as you!”

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We've been caring for Australians for over 70 years and, we are here to ensure that you and your loved ones can stay connected. You can't put a price on healthy hearing and if you're a pensioner you don't have to. Make hearing your priority today with:

If you’re a pensioner, we’ll give you a free hearing assessment* and if you need it, a free hearing aid and care for life*.​

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HAPEE Ears For Early Years

At Hearing Australia, we are dedicated to the prevention, early detection and treatment of hearing loss in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.

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Spirit of Sound to reflect the importance of celebrating sound and storytelling.

For the past 70 years, we have been committed to partnering with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities to improve the hearing health of clients Australia-wide. 

To highlight the work done through specific hearing loss prevention programs, which are core focus of the organisation, Hearing Australia collaborated with Aboriginal artist Davinder Hart to create a unique design that reflects the importance of hearing sound and storytelling.

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Children and young adults

Sound is the gateway to speech. It's a powerful way for children and young adults to learn, and to make and grow friendships.

If you’re concerned about your child’s hearing, we’re here to help.

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Hear from the people whose lives have been transformed by sound. These stories show you the amazing things people with hearing loss have achieved through technology, support and a never give up attitude.

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