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Welcome to Optometry New South Wales/Australian Capital Territory

Do you know what your peak body does? If you think we’re just PII or CPD, think again! These are just two small pieces of the jigsaw that is Optometry NSW/ACT.

We exist for you – our members. You’re our future and we’re yours. We’re inextricably linked together in our profession.

We stand for you and by you, no matter what career path you take. We’re here to protect you, support you and represent you through thick and thin.

Our organisation is about supporting optometrists throughout all stages of their careers. We’ve put together a tailored package of resources to help inform and support you.

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Optometry New South Wales/Australian Capital Territory
130 Great North Road
Tel: (02) 9712 2199

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