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Don’t spook your eyes this Halloween

With Halloween around the corner, Optometry Australia is warning trick or treaters about the risks of wearing novelty contact lenses and is encouraging those dressing up to reconsider the need for decorative lenses.

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Digital revolution: Optometry Australia launches its new website with major tech advancements

Following an extensive review of Optometry Australia’s digital footprint and ongoing evolution of its platforms, Australia’s peak professional body for optometry, today launched the final piece of its digital strategy with the launch of its new website

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Optometry Australia’s plan to inundate federal politicians with thousands of messages

With an election imminent, Optometry Australia has launched its election campaign by calling for all sides of government to support its vision for a sustainable and effective eye care system accessible to all Australians.


Screen time leading to dry eyes in children

Everyone’s glued to their screens nowadays – phones, computers, iPads, laptops – but none more than our children who are being brought up in the digital age.


Call for strategic focus for Aussie eye health

A relatively modest but strategically-directed Federal Government investment will result in better vision and eye health for Australians, said the CEO of Optometry Australia Lyn Brodie today.

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