Here for all Australians
Now, more than ever, good hearing is important to keep in touch with your loved ones and stay connected to the world around you. No matter your age, no matter your hearing need – we are here to help you rediscover the joy of sounds.
Our services to you
- Finding the right solution to suit your needs
- Ongoing care and device repair services online, in centre or in your home
- Hearing management through counselling and rehabilitative programs
Not sure where to start?
What you can expect from Hearing Australia
Easy to access hearing services
Hearing Australia has over 180 permanent locations and hundreds of visiting sites across Australia. We also provide online and telehealth services.
Experienced and certified clinicians
Every Hearing Australia clinician is clinically certified and accredited by a professional body.
We take time to understand your hearing needs and conduct a comprehensive hearing assessment. Based on your needs and results, we will help you find a hearing solution that works for you.
We care for all Australians
We’re also the country’s largest provider of government-funded hearing services for children, young adults under 26, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, pensioners, and veterans.
A solution fit to your needs
Whatever the solution, we will guide you on your path to better hearing. If you’re recommended a hearing device, we will help you find the right one and tailor the solution to suit your lifestyle. We also have a range of listening devices for specific activities. If you don’t love your hearing aids, you can return them within 55 days under our money back guarantee.
Our services for adults
Helping adults rediscover the sounds they love - We help thousands of adults, pensioners and veterans across Australia so they can stay connected to the people and life they love.
Our services for children and young adults
Starting children on their hearing journey - Every year, we help more than 30,000 children and young adults.
Our services for First Nations people
Making a difference in First Nations communities - We visit more than 280 communities to deliver hearing services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.