Eye Tests & Examination

Eye Exam

We Bulk Bill Eye Tests Through Medicare

At Specsavers, we believe everyone should have their eyes tested at least every two years.

From the age of 65, you are more likely to develop problems with your eyes. That’s why many people in this age group choose to have yearly eye tests.

Eye tests are bulk billed to Medicare so, if you are eligible*, there are no out of pocket expenses for you.

What To Expect From An Eye Test

At Specsavers we are focused on caring for your eyes and giving you the best possible vision. We want you to see clearly and feel confident in your eyewear and tailor the experience to meet your specific visual needs

1. Arriving for your appointment

We confirm all of your details

2. Before you see the optometrist

We take a number of preliminary measurements and scans to give the optometrist more information about your eyes, these include:

Electronic measurement of how your eyes focus

Measurements of the curvature of your eyes to aid with contact lens fitting

Measurement of your eye pressures to screen for glaucoma

Digital retinal photography used by your optometrist to monitor the health of your eyes

3. Consultation with your optometrist

Discussion with your optometrist to understand the reason for your visit and your visual needs

Analysis of your current eyewear

Measurement of your vision

Prescribing glasses for your specific visual needs

Assessment of the health of your eyes - screening for eye conditions such as macula degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and cataract

Showing and explaining your digital retinal photographs

Making recommendations specific to your visual needs

4. After you see your optometrist

Your optometrist will introduce you to a member of the team who can guide you through the frame selection process and organise any additional tests or referrals you may require


*Listed on a valid Medicare card without optometry restrictions.