Reconnect with the world around you

Hearing Australia has been caring for Australians for over 70 years and, right now, we are helping thousands of children, adults, pensioners and veterans connect with their loved ones every week.

We are here to ensure that you and your loved ones can stay connected. There’s never an easier way to get help with your hearing; we’re available in 166 centres, at home, online and tele-care.

Now, more than ever, good hearing is important to keep in touch with your loved ones and stay connected to the world around you.

Take the first steps in booking an appointment to rediscover the sounds you love.

 

Book an appointmentCall us Find a hearing centre

Book an appointment for a full hearing assessment for only $99~ today

I spent so many years missing out on details of many conversations; not hearing my wife properly; not hearing the television or radio well and just trying to lip read, he recalls.
“I will never forget that sensation in the Hearing Australia room when my hearing aids were fitted and I literally heard colour. It was so stark – sounds came into clarity, it’s like my eyes were opened to sound again. I really missed out on so many sounds over the years.

Bruce urges anyone who is experiencing hearing difficulties to go
and get a check – “it’s as simple as that” – he says.
 

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Recapture the wonder of sound

 

Take the first steps in booking an appointment to rediscover the sounds you love.

 

Book an appointmentCall us Find a hearing centre   

Book an appointment for a full hearing assessment for only $99~ today

 

~Hearing assessment cost based on $99 half hour assessment appointment (TF30). Additional services will attract fees.
^Only 15 minute hearing checks are free. Other services may attract charges/fees or may be subsidised for those eligible under the Australian Government Hearing Services Program, to which conditions apply. A hearing check is a screening that helps identify people that may have hearing loss.
# Access Economics, Listen Hear! The economic impact and cost of hearing loss in Australia, (February 2006), p.5.





 

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