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In the meantime, check out our frequently asked questions and guides below to learn more about hearing aids and your hearing aid options.

What Happens Next?


We will contact you to schedule a convenient time for your free hearing test at a clinic in your area and answer any questions you may have.


At your appointment, we’ll perform a few quick tests to determine the extent of your hearing loss.


If your test results indicate that you may benefit from hearing devices, your hearing specialist can guide you through your options and suggest appropriate models to trial.

Frequently Asked Questions

Thomas C.

Why can’t I view hearing aid prices now after filling in the form?

Hearing Aids Specialist

We understand that price influences your purchasing decision. However, without knowing your hearing test results, we’re unable to provide you with an accurate price or recommendation. Hearing aids are not “one size fits all” so booking an appointment with a qualified audiologist can help us identify your needs, and therefore find hearing aid options tailored to you.


Why do you need my postcode and contact details?

Hearing Aids Specialist

For your convenience, we ask for your postcode to locate a clinic in your area. We ask for your phone number so that we can contact you to book an appointment time that suits you. This also gives you an opportunity to ask any questions you may have about your appointment. Your details are secure, and we won’t spam you or use your details for any other purpose than connecting you with the service(s) you need and related offers.


How do I know if I need a hearing aid?

Hearing Aids Specialist

If you suspect you, or someone close to you is experiencing hearing loss, the best way to find out is through a hearing test with a qualified audiologist. Taking an hour out of your day to have your hearing tested can significantly improve your quality of life, should you require treatment.

Lisa M.

Will I receive any government assistance or health insurance rebates on my hearing aid?

Hearing Aids Specialist

Government assistance for hearing aids is available under the ‘Australian Government Hearing Services Program’. If you’re an Australian citizen or permanent resident with a Pensioner concession card, DVA / Gold Card, or are a recipient of a Centrelink sickness allowance, you may be eligible. Private Health Insurance rebates are available on some extras policies from most funds. We can help you determine your eligibility.


What hearing aids do you offer?

Hearing Aids Specialist

We offer multiple brands and types of hearing aids. Some hearing aids we currently offer are: Completely in Canal, In the Ear/ In the Canal, Micro Behind The Ear, and Behind the Ear. During your appointment we can explain how each type of hearing aid works and make recommendations.

Michael P.

How do I know which hearing aid is right for me?

Hearing Aids Specialist

The type of hearing aid that is right for you will depend on your requirements and degree of hearing loss. Your audiologist will explain the features of devices that are suitable for your needs. Our free hearing test is a great place to start exploring your options.

Learn about the latest in hearing aids

Types of hearing aids

Receiver In Canal

Suitable for mild to severe hearing losses. Most natural sound quality due to miniature speaker in ear canal. Ear canal remains open. Cosmetically appealing.

Completely In The Ear Canal

Suitable for mild to severe hearing losses. Smallest completely in the ear devices. Wireless capabilities or non-wireless for smaller size. Small size can be challenging to manage if dexterity is poor.

Mini Behind The Ear

Suitable for mild to severe hearing losses. Cosmetically appealing and comfortable to wear.

In The Ear – In The Canal

Suitable for mild to moderately severe hearing losses. Moderately sized devices that sit flush with the ear. Smaller controls but cosmetically appealing.

Behind The Ear

Most powerful hearing aid style. Suitable for mild to severe hearing losses. Larger on board controls help those with dexterity difficulties


A Contralateral Routing of Signals (CROS) hearing aid is a type of hearing aid that is used to treat single sided deafness. It takes sound from the ear with poorer hearing and transmits it to the ear with better hearing.

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