Eye Testing

The Eye Surgeons' Foundation recommends that you should have your eyes checked every two years. A regular check-up will help maintain eye health and detect any signs of disease early to allow the best chance of treatment given 75% of all cases of vision loss in Australia are preventable or treatable.

To find an ophthalmologist in your area, ask your GP or optometrist for a referral, or contact The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists on +61 2 9690 1001.

Find a GP
To find a GP in your local area contact the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners on +61 (3) 8699 0414 or visit www.racgp.org.au

Find an Optometrist
The Optometrists Association Australia represents 96 percent of Australian optometrists. Click here to help locate an optometrist in your area. Providing this information is not to be taken as an endorsement or recommendation of any one optometrist. For further information, visit www.optometrists.asn.au or call +61 3 9668 8500.


  • Raised more than $24.5 million for vision initiatives since 2003.
  • Our partnership with ORIA has supported more than 202 eye health programs since inception.
  • Raised more than $9.1 million specifically for vision research.
  • Helped more than 83,000 patients with sight-saving procedures across Asia Pacific since 2005.
  • Screened and treated more than 6,000 Aboriginals across the Kimberley/Pilbara regions since 2010.
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