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Ear & Hearing Australia - Hearing Aids Melbourne opening hours in Kew

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Ear & Hearing Australia - Hearing Aids Melbourne opening hours in Kew

9:00am - 5:30pm
9:00am - 5:30pm
9:00am - 5:30pm
9:00am - 5:30pm
9:00am - 5:30pm
Sat By Appointment
Sun Closed
Public Holidays Closed
Call 1300 761 667 if you need a Hearing Aid consultation/Hearing test in Melbourne or take an online free hearing test at www.ear-hearing.com.au.
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About Us

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About Ear & Hearing Australia - Hearing Aids Melbourne

  • Trusted Independent Audiologists since 1998
  • Conveniently located Hearing clinics in Melbourne
  • Invisible Hearing Aids Specialists in Melbourne
  • Free Hearing Test & Aids for Pensioners & Veterans
  • Hearing Aid Trials at Melbourne Audiology Clinics
We are a premium, independent, Melbourne-based, Australian hearing practice, helping people hear better since 1998.
Ear & Hearing Australia has a team of experienced & qualified audiologists dedicated to not only helping you understand your hearing loss but ensuring we effectively assess & provide the best Hearing Aids, Equipment & Services solutions to your individual hearing needs. Ear & Hearing Australia provides hearing assessments & hearing tests.

Independent Audiologists in Melbourne

We are an established locally owned practice with 14 hearing clinics across Melbourne. Our Audiologists are highly qualified, experienced, accredited by Office of Hearing Services, Department of Age Care, Victorian WorkCover Authority and are members of Audiology Australia

Being independent and not owned by a hearing aid manufacturer, our Australian hearing experts provide unbiased tests & advice and offer you the most suitable type or model of hearing aids from different hearing aid brands such as Oticon, Phonak, Resound, Siemens, Unitron & Widex.

Hearing Tests

Our audiologists offer free Hearing Screening tests as well as comprehensive diagnostic hearing tests/assessments. They can also offer you the most appropriate treatment option including tailoring hearing rehabilitation programs if required. Click here for online hearing test.

If you suspect you might have a hearing loss, take the first step by calling us on 1300 761 667 to arrange a FREE hearing check-up. Alternatively, visit our website to book an appointment OR to have an online hearing test.

Hearing Aids, Our Speciality

Selecting & understanding which hearing aid is right for you can be challenging. When it comes to selecting the right style or features to fit your needs, there are many factors to consider. You may view different hearing aid technologies here.

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Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Centre, Ear and Hearing Clinic, Ear and Hearing Melbourne, Hearing NOW
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Products and Services

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Hours of Operation

Flexible Hours, Open Evenings, Open Late, Open Monday - Friday, Open Saturdays, Open Sundays




Batteries, Bluetooth Devices, Cochlear Implants, Directional Microphones, Ear Moulds, Ear Plugs, Hearing Aid Accessories, Microphones, Swim Plugs


Audiological Assessments, Consulting, Customising, Education, Fitting, Hearing Loss Prevention, Hearing Rehabilitation, Maintenance, Manufacturing, Repairs, Technical Support, Therapy


Bernafon, GN ReSound, Oticon, Phonak, Rexton, Siemens, Sonic Innovations, Starkey, Unitron, Widex


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Adults, Children, Health Care Workers, Musicians, Pensioners, Swimmers, Veterans, Workers, Workers Compensation


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Additional Locations

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  • What are the symptoms of Hearing Loss?

    Hearing loss occurs in most people as they age. It is not always easy to notice at first. That is why many people have a difficult time believing and accepting, that they have a hearing loss. People might begin turning up the volume on the TV, or asking other people to repeat themselves. When their hearing starts to fade, people tend to forget how things sound.

  • Can I take a free test to check if I have hearing loss?

    If you suspect you might have a hearing loss, take the first step by calling us on 1300 761 667 to arrange a hearing check-up. For a free hearing test visit our website and take our free online hearing test that may help you make a simple evaluation and determine if you need to have a further hearing assessment.

  • Who is an Audiologist?

    An Audiologist is a professional who specialises in hearing and the non-medical aspects of hearing loss. Audiologists have extensive knowledge and clinical training in managing hearing problems. They conduct a wide variety of tests to determine the exact nature of an individual's hearing problem. Audiologists present a variety of treatment options to patients with hearing impairment. Our audiologists in Melbourne are highly qualified and experienced in providing hearing care & services.

  • What are the best Hearing Aids available in Melbourne?

    Selecting & understanding which hearing aid is right for you can be challenging. When it comes to selecting the right style or features to fit your needs, there are many factors to consider. You may view different hearing aid technologies on our website or you may visit one of our conveniently located clinics in Melbourne and discuss various hearing aid brands and types with one of our audiologists.

  • Where should I go for help if I suspect that I may need a hearing aid?

    You should first see an Audiologist for a hearing test. The Audiologist will then determine the type of hearing loss you have and determine if you require a hearing aid. Hearing aids vary greatly in quality, their sizes, style and features. The Audiologist will suggest what is best for you, according to the type & degree of your hearing loss, your dexterity, your specific need & lifestyle.

  • What are the free hearing services provided to Pensioners and Veterans?

    Ear & Hearing Australia provides Free Hearing Tests and Hearing Aids for Pensioners & Veterans. To be eligible you must either hold a Pensioner Concession Card, a Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) Gold Repatriation Health Card (or a white card issued for hearing loss), or be in receipt of a sickness allowance. Eligible dependents of one of these cardholders may also be eligible. We offer Hearing assessment, Hearing rehabilitation, including supply & fitting of standard hearing aid.

  • How do I care for my hearing aids?

    Keep them clean, wipe them at night with alcohol, taking care not to make them too wet. Keep them dry, do not wear them in the shower, even under a shower cap. Remove the aids and turn them off at night. Don't take them off over a hard surface, you might drop them and damage delicate parts. Remove them when you want to use hairspray. Remove them when you go to the hairdresser, do not sit under the dryer while wearing them.

  • What is tinnitus?

    Tinnitus is the term for the perception for sound when no external sound is present. It is often referred to as "ringing in the ears", although some people hear hissing, roaring, whistling, chirping or clicking. Tinnitus can be intermittent or constant, with single or multiple tones. Its perceived volume can range from very soft to extremely loud. The most common cause of tinnitus is hearing loss, and in particular sensorineural hearing loss.

  • What is Ear wax?

    Ear wax, or cerumen, is the waxy oil-like substance produced by your ears to help trap dust, debris, microorganisms, and other foreign particles. Ear wax can easily become impacted in the ear canal causing pain, loss of hearing, balance upset, and hearing aid feedback (whistling). You’re also more likely to have wax build up if you frequently use earphones, earplugs, & hearing aids, or if your ears are small or oddly shaped, all of which can inadvertently prevent ear wax coming out naturally.

  • How can we remove ear wax?

    At Ear & Hearing Australia we provide professional, safe, and effective ear wax removal using a gentle micro-suction technology, without the discomfort sometimes associated with syringing the ears with water. Our Audiologists are trained to perform ear cleaning procedures using micro-suction & curettage techniques in accordance with all relevant Australian clinical standards. No referral is required.

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