Professional Independent Optometry

Coronavirus Update

Our Eyes On practices are now open for routine eyecare, operating on reduced hours and days. Click below for updated operating hours for your local Eyes On practice. A number of changes have been implemented to keep our team, patients and the community safe. We have installed shields, increased cleaning and disinfection, as well as providing hand sanitiser, gloves and masks to help protect you and the community.

We are open again for regular eye tests. We have new systems to help keep you safe. We have new systems to help keep you safe. Map to the new home of eyes on collins street Only a short walk to the new home of eyes on collins street. Only a short walk to the new home of eyes on collins street. image repeated.

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At Eyes On Optometrists, you receive independent advice, advanced eyecare and a personalised approach. Eyes On Optometrists is an independent group of optometry practices located in the Melbourne CBD, Warrandyte and Mornington Peninsula. We have been serving our local communities for 20 years and with a combined 30 years’ experience we are incredibly passionate about your eyes and caring for your individual needs.

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What makes us different?

  • Excellence in clinic care. With over 20 years of clinical expertise and the knowledge you can be confident that you are our number one priority.
  • Continuity of care. The optometrist you see today will be the one who cares for you in the future.
  • Latest technology. We have access to the latest diagnostic testing and eyewear technology.
  • Recommendation freedom. Our independence allows us to recommend the best tailored eyewear and lens technology solution for you from a wide range of suppliers.
  • Beautiful looking eyewear. Individual look to suit your needs and budget.
  • Qualified dispensers. Our staff are qualified in the manufacturing of spectacles and are there to provide you with advice regarding the most suitable frame and lens technologies.

    Digital Eyestrain

    Australians now spend over 10 hours a day on digital devices. This can lead to tired, sore eyes and blurry vision. Digital eyestrain is becoming an increasing problem in our busy lives. New lens technologies such as the Prevencia lens coating and Eyezen lens technologies can help alleviate the problem.

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    Offering the latest in fashion frames and unique brands that you won't see every time you hop on the tram. Coupled with the lightest and thinnest lenses you will find a look that is yours alone.