Are there custom fees?

We endeavour to reduce the likelihood of custom/import charges to our customers, however if such fees are charged by Customs this is outside of our control. Therefore we are unable to reimburse any custom/import fees incurred.

What is expected from you our Customer


In using this website ( to purchase contact lenses, you agree to:

  1. provide true, accurate, current and complete information about yourself as prompted by the ordering and checkout forms, and

  2. maintain and promptly update the Account Information to keep it true, accurate, current and complete.

  3. you are aged 16 or above if purchasing contact lenses.

If you provide any information that is untrue, inaccurate, or not current, incomplete, or we have reasonable grounds to suspect that such information is untrue, inaccurate, not current or incomplete, we may suspend or terminate your account and refuse any and all current and future use of the Site.

Account Information and certain other information about you is subject to our Privacy Policy. For more information, please see our Privacy Policy



By ordering contact lenses through, you certify

  • that you have a current and valid prescription for the contact lenses that you are ordering.

  • You declare your information you enter into this Site is valid and true and matches exactly your prescription as provided by your eye-care provider.

You agree to renew your contact prescription in strict accordance with your Optometrist’s suggested regime, and acknowledge that cannot fulfil your order in the absence of a valid prescription. You hereby consent to our contacting your eye-care provider, to verify your contact lens prescription information and any other necessary information if the need arises.

Ordering Contact Lenses by Phone

As [email protected] is an actual retail store, it’s easy to order by phone, please call us on (07)3886 6061. If calling outside regular business hours, please leave contact information so your call can be returned promptly.

Refilling my order

NOW AVAILABLE! Simply login using the email you provided us and the password.

 If your browser cache has NOT been reset, our webpage will remember all your personal details allowing you to place your order more swiftly.

Our Returns Policy. How do I return or exchange something?

Please follow the steps below to return or exchange your purchase:

1. Call [email protected] on (07) 3886 6061 to organise your return.

2. Return items in their original package or a sturdy box to:
[email protected]
Narangba, QLD 4504

 3. Please allow 2 weeks for your store credit, refund or exchange to be processed.

Please ensure your contact lens boxes are unopened, unmarked and not within 6 months of expiry. We are unable to take responsibility for lost packages.

Our Guarantee

All products are inspected before shipping and will be packaged in order to arrive in good order and condition at the clients shipping address.


As an online purchaser from, we expected that  you (the purchaser):

  • are an experienced contact lens wearer who is fully understands the features of the product you are ordering.

  • understand the contact lenses suitability for your eyes, as determined by your usual eye-care practitioner.


When ordering coloured contact lenses, we (  expect that you (the client) has already selected the colour you wish to order. Manufacturing defects are individually assessed on a case by case basis and normal warranties covering manufacturing defects will be adhered to. Yearly eye-tests and script updates will ensure an accurate prescription, which will ensure you order the correct prescription every time. Contact lenses incorrectly supplied will be replaced at our ( expense, orders cancelled incur a $15 cancellation fee.  This fee will be deducted from the amount refunded back to you.

Payment Methods

Through our secure web-site you may choose any of the following options:

  • Visa

  • Mastercard

  • Pay on pick-up, if you nominate to collect in-store (as there is a $14 handling fee – it works out the same as paying online & have your contact lenses post out to you directly).

You will be guided through this options at the check-out.

Other payment options when purchasing directly from [email protected] by phone or in person:

  • Direct Deposit (details below)*
    BSB:                       084-261
    Account Number:  55-770-6027
    Reference:  WEB????? (????? – your 5 digit order number).


Call us directly on (07) 3886 6061 and pay over the phone by credit card



 *Paying by direct deposit will delay the arrival time as your order can only process once the funds have been cleared, this may add 1-3 business days to your order.

PLEASE NOTE: At this stage we do not accept American Express, Cheques or eCheques. All prices are in Australian Dollars.

Freight & Postage & Delivery Times

Delivery Charges

Standard Postage for orders going to most places within Australia is charged at $9.95 per order for standard post, and $15 for express post – unless specified otherwise.

All Australia bound orders are dispatched via Australia Post.

Do you deliver to PO Boxes?


How long does delivery take?

All deliveries from [email protected] are dispatched via Australia Post, NOD Couriers, and Star Track Couriers. If your order is in stock and is received before 2pm AEST, you may receive it next day, however deliveries will be made within 2-5 business days, but please allow up to 7 business days for delivery. If your order will take longer than 7 business days, we will notify you as soon as possible. Once your order is dispatched, you will receive a copy of your order emailed to you.

Paying Online - is it safe through your website?

Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Web Server Certificates, such as the one used on this site are the standard for secure data transmission over the internet and encrypt all data sent to and from the web site.

When you are asked for your credit card details, you will notice that the URL prefix (located in your address bar) will change from the standard http:// to the secure https://. This means that you are in secure mode.

If you are still concerned about entering credit card information via the internet, please consider the PayPal service, or direct deposit through your online banking facility.  We also offer in-store payment & pickups for those within our proximity.

What is the Contact Lens Care Club?

Designed for those who intend to purchase contact lenses in-store at our street location.  If you are a brand new contact lens wearer, your initial Contact Lens Care Club fee will be $100 as it includes additional services required for a new contact lens wearer.  Every year after that the cost will be $60 per year.   Join the Contact Lens Care Club to receive

  • Access to the best prices available without the need to buy in bulk – through our App or Online Shop.
  • Training & updates in contact insertion & removal, trial contact lenses and trial solutions – at no extra cost.
  • Eye-related breakdown coverage (in an emergency, one of our Optometrist will see you at our store even after hours, usually $100 per incident).
  • Invitations to special events, promotions and competitions.


What if I only wish to purchase contact lenses online?

If you have your own Optometrist providing you with regular eye-checks, the Contact Lens Care Club is not required.  If you require [email protected] to provide your eye-care, we would highly recommend joining the club – even if you intend to purchase contact lenses from us online.

 Why is there a $60 yearly fee for the Contact Lens Care Club?

To enable us to offer you the newest lowest prices available in store, and continue to offer the after sales service and health checks not usually covered by Medicare.  The in store low prices WOULD NOT be possible without the Contact Lens Care Club.

Our Price Matching Policy

We will gladly match a competitor’s price for the same product (please ensure extra charges such as postage/handling are factored in). Our condition is simple – we will compete against other GENUINE Australian providers of the same service.

There are several key players based overseas – generally these products are NOT purchased from Australian Contact Lens Wholesalers.

Why is this important?

  • Australian contact lenses provide work & business for places that employ you & your family (nice idea).
  • Some of these overseas based companies exploit 3rd World Countries by buying from “grey” markets, not legal, not ethical or sustainable.
  • By sourcing Australian products we are able to offer much faster delivery times and quicker overall service.

Supply us with a URL and we will gladly investigate if for you, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email us.


[email protected] have many areas of interest in Children & Adult’s vision. We provide Eye-Care and Eye-Wear for the whole family, here is some of what we offer:


Glasses and Sunglasses

  • Over 1,000 adults & children’s glasses to choose from Adults and children’s sunglasses (with or without prescription)

  • One of the largest ranges of Maui Jim Sunglasses

  • Safety Glasses (with or without prescription) – meets Australian Safety Standards for any work-place

Contact Lenses

Injuries and machines

  • Eye Injury and workplace accidents (eye related) – in house minor day surgery offered

  • Digital Retinal Camera, OCT, Colorimeter and Fields Analyser enabling us to offer you advanced Eye-Care

Injuries and machines

  • Eye Injury and workplace accidents (eye related) – in house minor day surgery offered

  • Digital Retinal Camera, OCT, Colorimeter and Fields Analyser enabling us to offer you advanced Eye-Care

Much, Much More on offer

[email protected] are privately owned yet we still aim to offer you ‘top-notch’ service.  Our slogan is that you deserve “Much, Much More”.

  • More Choice
    not being a chain store allows us to choose our frame and lens suppliers based on quality, service and price

  • More Savings
    through Provision we are a part of a strategic ‘buying network’ of Independent Optometrists giving us the purchasing power of over 400 stores, so we can offer competitive prices on what ever you seek.

  • More Value
    we offer solutions to every budget and need, we want to see you again next time, so better value is critical for you & us

  • More Service
    if we don’t have it, we will find it. Our staff delight in “out of the box” solutions as it provides satisfaction for all involved. Our staff are trained to provide you and your family with the best experience possible.

  • More Personal
    [email protected] was started by Ross & Lisa Bakker in 2004 they are still a vital part of the business and you may even spot one of their children in store. Despite this “local” flavour, our passion is to deliver to you the best we can in all things.


What is a Behavioural / Developmental Optometrist?

Quite often a teacher may recommend to a parent the need for an Eye Test by a Behavioural Optometrist. This leads to confusion as “Behavioural / Developmental” are not words we normally associate with our Optometrist. An Optometrist who has developed their area of expertise through additional study and research in the areas of children’s vision specifically related to developmental/behavioural aspects of children’s vision may be known as a Behavioural/Developmental Optometrist.

The Three Key Areas of Vision

1) Visual Integrity – eye health and visual acuity (clearness of vision)

Assessment of your child’s eye health is a vital part of the eye examination.  Although it is uncommon in children, eye diseases can occur at any age in life.  Visual acuity can be affected by refractive errors such as Myopia, Hypermetropia and Astigmatism, and when required these conditions can be treated with spectacles and/or contact lenses.

2) Visual Efficiency – clear and comfortable vision

Blurred vision and poor focussing skills are common problems in children, these difficulties can be a barrier to learning. More commonly children can develop focussing problems after they have learnt to read which has a major impact on comprehension, concentration and reading stamina.

Glasses and eye exercises help children maintain clear and comfortable vision for learning and enjoyable reading. Treatment of minor focussing problems may also help reduce the risk of myopia and the development of other visual disorders.

3) Visual Information Processing – understanding and analysing what we see

Problems with visual processing are common in children with learning difficulties. These problems include visual thinking, visual sequencing, visual spatial organisation, reading eye movements and visual motor integration. Vision therapy can help develop and integrate these skills, so that your children become more visually ready to learn.

Visual information processing problems often coincide with language, auditory and sensory/motor integration difficulties. If you notice such concerns, we would recommend a comprehensive eye exam at [email protected]  Children may be referred to the appropriate allied health professionals as we work in close partnership with: Occupational Therapists; Speech Therapists; Chiropractors and kinesiologists.

Behavioural Optometry

Behavioural Optometry is an expansion of general optometry in which the three above key areas of vision are integrated into the overall care of our patient adults or children. General optometry emphasises healthy eyes, clear vision and the importance of comfortable and efficient vision. In addition to this, Behavioural Optometry also investigates and manages the effects of Visual Information Processing on attention and learning.

Behavioural Optometry is an approach to vision care that aims to maximize visual function in all situations in life.  From this, it is not just important that a person sees well, but are able to process what they see in a comfortable and stable manner, which will affect how a person views and responds to the world around them.  Behavioural Optometry is many things to many people even within the profession. The common link is the understanding of vision and how to encourage its development. It tends to be more holistic in its approach as it tries to incorporate the physical, neurological and developmental aspects of vision.


Goals of Behavioural Optometry

The goals of Behavioural Optometric care are:

1. To prevent vision problems and eye problems from developing.

2. To provide remediation or rehabilitation for vision or eye problems that have already developed (eg. eye turn, shortsightedness, visual sequelae of brain trauma etc).

3. To develop and enhance the visual skills needed to achieve more effective visual performance in the classroom, work place, when playing sport and following recreational pursuits.

Your Behavioural optometrist will provide an in-depth examination of visual abilities.  This will include a comprehensive eye health examination and an investigation of visual acuity (the ability to see small detail).  In addition, your behavioural optometrist will examine focusing skills, eye teaming (the ability to use both eyes together) and eye movement control.  There will also be assessments on a person’s spatial judgment (knowing where things are in space) and the ability to process visual information (understanding what you see).

Which patients may benefit from Behavioural Optometry?

All patients will benefit from this holistic approach but it is especially suited to those with eye motor control problems, lazy eyes, developmental delays, neurological damage or learning delays.

Although the majority of Behavioural Optometrists’ patients are children, Behavioural Optometry may be suitable for patients of any age if their condition is likely to respond to this treatment.

How is a Behavioural Optometrist different?

Behavioural Optometrists spend years in post-graduate and continuing education to master the complex visual programs that are prescribed to prevent or eliminate visual problems and enhance visual performance.

Not all optometrists practice Behavioural Optometry, which includes neurodevelopment and functional optometry.

How do I find a Behavioural Optometrist?

Call [email protected] on 3886 6061 for an appointment!

Check out The Australasian College of Behavioural Optometry Website.

Medicare, Private Health Insurance and Eye-exam Fees

Eye Exams

  • Medicare usually covers 40 to 80% of the scheduled fees related to the eye-exam.

  • All patients are charged the full scheduled fee for any eye-exam unless illegible for assistance through DVA.

  • If you or your child has been seen elsewhere within the last 3 years, the Medicare will rebate will be smaller as some eye-exams Medicare covers only every 3 years.

  • When transferring between Optometrists it is possible to reduce your out-of pocket Medicare Gap.  If your previous Optometrist writes a referral letter for you to transfer to [email protected], we are able to ensure your out of pocket expenses remain as low as possible (regardless of WHEN your child went to your previous Optometrist).

Why does [email protected] charge the full amount and not bulk bill for eye tests?

Our Optometrists – Lisa and Charlotte have many areas of interest:

  • Children’s Vision (Behavioural/Developmental Optometrists)
    Adults Vision (Behavioural/Developmental Optometrists; therapeutically endorsed; CASA Certified)

Allow around 45 minutes for an adult or children’s eye exams and we may need to see you or your child for a few review visits.  The extra time spent with you or your child (allowing extra tests performed) are covered by this ‘out of pocket’ gap you pay.

First time visit with my child:

Please allow 45 minutes for your child’s first (Initial) appointment with us, following appointments won’t take as long.  Please arrive about 5 minutes early as you will have some paperwork to complete as well. We also have a lego table and friendly staff to assist families bringing extra children who aren’t being tested.

In house and take home vision therapy:

These are NOT covered by Medicare and covered by a handful of Private Health Insurance Companies.


Medicare does NOT provide any funds for glasses, Private Health Insurance Companies Optical through your Extras cover) does provide funds for glasses.  Health Fund rebates vary substantially between companies and levels of coverage.

Low and no gap options:

[email protected] stocks a wide range of no/low gap options for eyewear.  Depending on your script and specific requirements – our passion is to ensure you get the best options for the money you wish to spend.

Why is there no ‘buy one get one free’ offers?

You have heard of “You get what you paid for” – we decided when we first began to ensure that ALL our patients get the best possible care we can offer & this includes selection of eye-wear.  We have crunched the numbers to provide the most cost-effective solutions with our “NO-GAP” ranges.

Free frame promotion:

You buy the lenses, we give you a frame.  Selected range available.

Do you test adult's eyes?


We delight in seeing the whole family and providing eye-care for everyone from young to old.  Lisa and Charlotte (our Optometrists) have substantial experience in Adult’s vision as well.

Check out our “[email protected] areas of expertise & Services” to get a clearer picture on just how much we have to offer the whole family!

Why we require a valid contact script to supply you with contact lenses

Accoring to the TGA (Therapeutics Goods Administration),

“To purchase or import prescription medicine in Australia, you must have a valid Australian-issued prescription.”

“Medicines purchased from overseas are not approved by the TGA for supply in Australia and may not meet the same standards of safety, quality and efficacy. Even if the medicine you buy has the same name as one available in Australia, it could contain entirely different ingredients.”

Beware that many online retailers appearing to be Australian retailers are actually not, unfortunately “” websites are not necessarily Australian owned companies.

Our Security Policy

The security of this website and your information is of great importance to [email protected] This website has reasonable security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of your information under our control, but we make no assurances about our ability to prevent any such loss, misuse or alteration, and we shall have no liability to you or any third party from any loss, misuse or alteration.

Although we do not warrant that your access to the section of the website is completely secure, our online ordering system makes use of the NAB Transact online payment portal. This is a secure environment whereby NAB uses encrypted SSL (secure socket layer) pages to take your credit card details and accept payment for goods on our behalf.

During a secure SSL session, data passed back and forth between the user’s computer and NAB’s servers is secured through the use of public key cryptography. The user’s computer exchanges key information with NAB computers to create a private conversation that only the user’s computer and NAB systems may understand.

The NAB Transact Hosted Payments Page is enabled with optional anti-fraud features including 3D Secure. Verified by Visa and MasterCard SecureCode, collectively referred to as “3D Secure”, allows your payment to be authenticated through Visa and Mastercard International by entering a password during the payment process.

We may use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer our Web site, but we do not link IP addresses to any information that is personally identifiable.

We provide links to other sites outside of [email protected]   [email protected] is not responsible for the content of those sites, neither does the provision of these links imply that [email protected] approves or endorses those sites.

Our Privacy Policy

In this policy, “us”, “we”, or “our” means  Eyes at Narangba, operators of this website.

We are bound by the National Privacy Principles contained in the Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988 (subject to any exemptions that apply to us under that Act).

We may, from time to time, review and update this privacy policy, including taking account of new or amended laws, new technology and/or changes to our operations. All personal information held by us will be governed by the most recently updated policy.

This Privacy Policy was last updated on 8 Jun 2012.


The personal information we collect falls into four categories: contact details, click trails, activity history, and publishable content.

  • Contact details are collected as supplied by you from time to time. We do not personally store usable credit card information. Where a record is required, we entrust credit cards to our payment gateway and store only the last few digits and expiry date of your credit card solely for purposes of identity confirmation and forewarning of expiry.  Where you order contact lens products through the Website we will also be collecting information relating to your contact lens prescription, for the purposes of fulfilling your order.
  • Click trails record the paths taken by visitors through the website. This information is generally recorded against IP address, and may be possible to correlate by computer.
  • Activity History consists of orders, enquiries, votes submitted via the website, or offline contact you have with us such as phone calls.
  • Publishable content consists of comments or other submissions of content you would like us to publish on our website.


Contact details and publishable content are collected when supplied by you either via the website or direct to us by other means.

Click trails are recorded by our servers as each request reaches the website. This includes but is not limited to:

  • The type of browser you are using
  • The date and time of your visit
  • Your IP address
  • The address of the website that referred you to ours
  • The addresses of pages accessed and any documents downloaded

Click trails can be correlated over time by the use of ‘cookies’ as outlined in section 6. In most cases click trail data is not directly individually identifiable.

Activity history is recorded whenever you undertake an activity such as submit an enquiry, make a comment, vote on an object, and may additionally be recorded by us when you contact us offline.


Publishable content is collected and republished where applicable in order to enable a two-way conversation in public between us and our visitors.

We collect your personal contact details and activity history:

  • To respond to requests or queries you raise
  • To confirm your identity
  • To fulfil orders made by you
  • To keep you up to date with news, special offers, and other marketing information you have opted-in to receive.

We collect click trail data:

  • To measure and monitor the performance of our website
  • To estimate interest in our products and services
  • To refine and update our website’s content
  • To monitor our website for violations of the terms of use or any applicable laws by visitors


We may disclose your personal information to third parties, and you consent to us disclosing your personal information to third parties, under the following circumstances:

  • As part of a sale of all or part of our business
  • When explicitly authorised to do so by yourself at the time you supply the information
  • As required or authorised by any applicable law
  • As required for processing of credit card payments by Internet Payment Gateways and Merchant Facilities.
  • As required for providing products or services from a third party who may at times deliver to you directly from their facilities.
  • As part of any investigation by us into you or your activity on our website (including to your Internet Service Provider or network administrator)
  • If we have reason to believe that you have committed a breach of any of our terms of use or have been otherwise engaged in any unlawful activity and we reasonably believe that disclosure is necessary (including to the Police or any other enforcement body, or to your Internet Service Provider or network administrator)
  • To lessen or prevent a serious threat to a person’s health or safety


When you submit content to us for publication (including but not limited to comments, testimonials, votes, or forum posts) you assign us a transferrable, perpetual right to publish and/or commercially exploit said content without limitation. You also warrant in submitting such content that the content is owned or produced by yourself or you otherwise have permission to assign publication rights to us. Publication rights do not extend to fields specifically marked as private (e.g. your email address), except in cases of clear violations of our terms of use.

Content submitted by you for publication may be disclosed to all visitors of our website, and/or republished on other websites at our discretion.

If you provide personal information either of your own or of any third party as part of publishable content, you warrant that you have permission to publish said information and indemnify us against any consequences resulting from the publication of said information.

If you find your personal information published on our website without your consent, please contact us immediately as outlined in section 10.


Cookies are electronic tokens containing small amounts of information that are passed between a web browser and server. They are used to maintain session state between pages or to retain information between visits if you return to the website at a later time.

We use cookies to correlate passive activity tracking data as well as to authenticate supply of information such as enquiries, comments, and votes to minimise malicious or spam traffic.


You may opt out from the correlation of passive activity data by turning off cookies in your browser. Please note however that disabling cookies may result in a reduction of available functionality on our site including but not limited to the loss of the ability to post comments and vote on content.

When you supply us with your email address you may be asked to opt in to receive marketing information by e-mail or other means.

You will be given the opportunity to opt out from receiving further communications from us in accordance with this policy each time we send you information for which you have opted in. This comes in the form of an ‘unsubscribe’ link, generally in the footer and/or header of each email.

If you receive any communication purporting to be connected with us or our products or services that you believe has been sent to you other than in accordance with this policy, or in breach of any law, please contact us immediately as outlined in section 10.


With the exclusion of information supplied for publication (as outlined in section 5), we will take all reasonable steps to ensure that the personal information we hold is not lost, misused, or inadvertently provided to unauthorised third parties, including by means of firewalls, password locking, truncation of credit card data, encryption of data in transit, and secured servers.

You acknowledge that the security of communications sent by electronic means cannot be guaranteed. You provide information to us via the internet at your own risk. We cannot accept responsibility for misuse or loss of, or unauthorised access to, your personal information where the security of information is not wholly within our control.

You must ensure the security and confidentiality of any username and/or password used by yourself to access this website. You agree that you will be held responsible for all activities which occur under your username and password (including but not limited to publication of illegal or defamatory material or any other unlawful activity, or unauthorised charging of your credit card).

You agree that we are not responsible for the privacy or security practices of any third party and that the collection and use of your information by third parties may be subject to separate privacy and security policies.

If you suspect any misuse or loss of, or unauthorised access to, your personal information, please contact us immediately as outlined in section 10.


You have the right (excluding exceptions outlined in the Privacy Act) to seek access to and update or correct the personal information we hold about you. If you make an access request, we will ask you to verify your identity. We may charge a fee to cover the costs of meeting your request.

If you would like to seek access to personal information we hold about you, you can contact us as outlined in section 10.


If you have any questions or complaints about how we collect, use, disclose, manage or store your personal information, or would like to request access or changes to the information we hold, please contact us in writing at:

The Privacy Officer
Naranga, QLD 4504

or [email protected]

For More information about privacy issues in Australia and protecting your privacy visit, the Australian government privacy website.

Maui Jim Lens Techology

Maui Jim’s Polarized Plus technology is a multi-layered approach to sunglass lens construction combining the best technologies to reduce glare.

Construction of these lenses begins with the polarizing filter, which is tinted to the lens colour. This film is placed between two special lenses, which are coated with a scratch-resistant treatment. An anti-reflective coating is applied to the back of the lens, and a bi-gradient mirror coating is applied to the front of the lens. Finally, a waterproof and oleophobic (oil resistant) coating is applied to the entire construction, providing protection from water and grease and fingerprints making it easier to keep the lenses clean.

These lenses are available in:

Grey:  Transmits 12 percent of the visible light. Great for those who are sensitive to bright light, Driving, most outdoor activities.

Rose/Copper: (15%), offers the highest level of contrast.  Great for Driving; Snow and Water skiing; Golf; Tennis; and Inshore, Freshwater, or “Sight” fishing.

Bronze: (16%).  Great for Driving; Boating; Sailing; Golf; Inshore, Freshwater fishing; Tennis; Snow and Water Skiing.

High Transmision or HT: (25%).  Suitable for variable and low light conditions, HT boosts colors, contrast and depth perception.  Best driving and outdoor activity, especially in low light such as dawn/dusk conditions.

Polarized Plus lenses

These are saltwater safe.  Choose the right lens color for the light conditions and the best lens material for your lifestyle.

  • Maui Evolution® – combines the best of SuperThin glass and polycarbonate. Extremely lightweight, scratch and impact-resistant, with high-performance optics combining to provide a High Definition experience.

  • Polycarbonate – stands up to your most intense activities. Scratch and impact-resistant, lightweight, and injection molded for crisp, sharp optics.

Maui Jim Frame Styles

Maui Jim Sunglasses has six different collections of frame types to choose from, and two shield styles. Each collection has a variety of shapes to suite any face shape.

  • Classic: nylon frames tumbled in teakwood and bamboo, with nickel/silver alloy hinges.

  • Flexon: these frames are made of a titanium/nickel alloy that is strong but flexible.

  • Stainless Steel: this rimless design collection features polycarbonate lenses in two colors.

  • Titanium ST: superthin glass lenses in titanium frames.

  • Titanium Sport: touted as the “ultimate golf sunglasses,” this collection features hingeless and rimless frames made of ultra-light “beta titanium”, an alloy of titanium, aluminum, and vanadium that provides incredible strength and flexibility.

  • MJ Sport: the ultimate sport sunglasses. Featuring nylon frames and rubber nose-grips, these semi-rimless polycarbonate sunglasses have unique features like air vents on some styles.

  • MJ Readers: Sport sunglasses with a hidden bifocal lens – the ultimate reader. Featuring nylon frames and rubber nose-grips, these semi-rimless polycarbonate sunglasses are available in the following reading powers:  +1.50; +2.00; +2.50.

[email protected] has an extensive range of Maui Jim glasses for you to try on or if you know what you want and are happy to transact a purchase over the phone, call us and will happily post one out to you directly!

Maui Jim Prescription Sunglasses

Maui Jim’s prescription lenses provides fantastic optical clarity, “plugged in colours”.

Their exclusive prescription digital lens design, MauiPassport™, offers unmatched clarity in the widest field of view possible.  MauiPassport lenses are created with digital precision which means a wider, clearer, view and optical perfection. Add that to the unrivaled protection of our PolarizedPlus®2 technology and you have the best prescription sunglasses available in the world.

Claiming Private Health Fund Rebate for online purchases

When we send you your contact lenses we will include a receipt that features health fund codes for the contact lenses that you have purchased, the receipt also features a provider number.

Send this receipt to your Private Health Fund for processing and you will receive your rebate from them directly. Many health funds require a copy of your current contact lens prescription prior to processing your claim so it’s a good idea to include a copy of this with your receipt when claiming to avoid complications.

What should I do if my eyes are blurry, sore, red, dry, watery, or have a discharge when I wear my Contact Lenses or after I take them out?

You should see your optometrist as any of these symptoms need proper investigation to protect your eye health and maximise your comfortable wear of your lenses.

If you are located within reasonable driving distance of [email protected], call us to arrange an appointment if your don’t have an Optometrist already.

My Contact Lens Prescription is over 24 month old can you supply me with contact lenses?

Unfortunately your prescription has expired and we cannot supply you with contact lenses. If you wish to continue to wear contact lenses you will need to see your Optometrist for a new prescription or call [email protected] to arrange an appointment (if you live locally).

Often this consultation is free if you have a Medicare Card. When booking an appointment with your Optometrist let them know that you require a contact lens prescription, as often your spectacle prescription can be slightly different.

Contact Lenses & Swimming?

Contact lenses can be the best vision correction option for athletes, enhancing visual skills like depth perception, peripheral awareness and coordination.

Contact lenses offer a competitive advantage because they stay in place under all sorts of conditions eliminating the risk of injuries from glasses.

It is, however, best to not swim while wearing contact lenses, because of the bacteria in the water that can adhere to the lenses and cause infection.  If you are swimming in contact lenses, the safest option would be to wear swimming goggles

Cleaning & Storing Contact Lenses

Contact lens wearers should always wash their hands before handling their lenses to avoid transferring dirt and germs to their eyes. Avoid moisturizing soaps or alcohol based hand cleaners, as they are not good for contacts. Hands should be dried with a lint-free towel.

When one lens is removed, clean it with the recommended solution to remove eye-produced buildup, cosmetics, and other debris that hinders comfort.

Some products require rubbing of the lens with a few drops of solution, while others only require rinsing. Rinsing is then required again to remove any loosened debris. Afterwards, the lenses can be placed in a clean lens case or holder, and filled with the appropriate solution for soaking and disinfection. Disinfection time varies, depending on product. These steps should be repeated for the other lens, and the lenses can be stored in the lens case.

Every pack of solution generally comes with one or several lens cases – these are made to be used, not collected!

So what can [email protected] offer your school?

  • Onsite Vision Screening for any grade (usually Prep & Grade 1).  Vision Screening does not replace a normal eye exam, it does however highlight the need for further action by an Optometrist. Issues picked up during Prep or Grade 1 vision screening quite often prevent or greatly reduce learning difficulties.  Vision is essential for both learning and overall development, poor vision is a barier to a child’s learning, sports and social life.
  • Training for Teachers, Special Ed. Teachers, Learning Support Teachers and other staff who work with children.
  • Affordable Sunglasses supplied to the schools in School House Colours or standard colours.
  • Resources for teachers, parents and the school for promoting good vision and warning signs to look out for.
  • Online training and resources for teachers with


[email protected] works in closely with all the local Schools.  We are delighted in our partnership with the following Schools in particular!


  • Burpengary Meadows State School
  • Dakabin State School
  • Jinibara State School
  • Kallangur State School
  • Mango Hill State School
  • Narangba State School
  • Petrie State School
  • Tullawong State School
  • Undurba State School

If we have not been able to advertise in your school’s newsletter or have been unable to connect up in any other official way – your school may not be listed.

If your school should be listed here, please contact us and we will add your school to the list.

If your school does not currently offer Vision Screening at school – all you need to do is talk to your Principal or Deputy Principal to start the ball rolling.  We are happy to send more information directly to your school if they are interested.

What if I have a different type of contact lens for my right eye compared to my left eye?

Simply order your Right Eye lens & leaving the Left eye on the value of 0 [Add to Cart]

Then return to shop – to find the lens for your Left Eye

Order your Left Eye lens & leaving the right eye on the value of 0 and click [Add to Cart]

Before you finalise your purchase double check your script against your order and then finalise your transaction.  If you get stuck – please call us on (07) 3886 6061 for assistance.

How do I claim from my Private Health Fund for my contact lenses when purchasing them online?

When you purchase contacts online through you will need to deal directly with your health fund for your rebate.

If you wish pick up your contacts and claim your Private Health Fund in store, simply select [In Store Pickup] for your shipping method. In store pickup incurs a $14 handling fee, postage to your door is $9.

By joining the VIP Contact Lens Club you will be able to save money on your contact lens purchase while using your Health Fund Card in-store as you pick up your contacts.

Australia Standards for Sunglasses

Australian Standards

The Australian Sunglasses Standard, AS/NZS 1067:2003 was revised in 2003. It now defines lenses and the protection they provide into five categories (see table below). Our sunglasses provide excellent UV protection. The level of sunglare protection depends on the shade of the lens. The darker the lens the higher the level of sunglare reduction provided.

Levels of Safety


Fashion spectacles – not sunglasses
Very low sun glare reduction
Some UV protection


Fashion spectacles – not sunglasses
Limited sun glare reduction
Some UV protection
Not suitable for driving at night


Medium sun glare reduction
Good UV protection


High sun glare reduction
Good UV protection


Sunglasses – special purpose
Very high sun glare reduction
Good UV protection
Must not be used when driving

You don’t need to refinance your house to fantastic  sunglasses to get excellent protection. All sunglasses that comply with the Australian standard will provide the protection you need. A good pair of sunglasses will provide excellent UV protection and help prevent eye damage and disease.

Why wear sunglasses

Exposure to high levels of UV light can result in both short and long term damage to your eyes. Cataracts, cancer of the eye and pterygium (a thickening of the film over the cornea) can all be the result of long term UV exposure. In the short term, headaches, swelling & irritation of the eyes and “snow blindness” are all the risks associated with unprotected eyes. It is not just your skin that needs protecting.


Polarised Lenses

Polarised lenses stop reflected UV rays that bounce off hard surfaces and helps you to see clearly in certain situations. UV refelection depends on the surface the light is hitting. When you are in a park playing on grass there is little reflected light (approximately 1%). Sit on the sand and the reflected light increases to approximately 10%, sit in a boat on the water and it may reach 20% and on the snow it can reach an amazing 80%.


Polycarbonate and Acrylic lenses

Polycarbonate lenses are exceptionally tough and are the preferred choice of sports people. Acrylic lenses offer an exceptionally high level of UV protection particularly when combined with a wrap. Any sunglasses that comply with the Australian Standard will offer the protection you need to help prevent eye damage. If you are after optimum protection, choose sunglasses that wrap around and are close fitting.


Antioxidants and Macula Health

Everybody produces free radicals every day – they are generated within the body through a variety of mechanisms. Antioxidants act as ‘free radical scavengers’, and many free radicals are taken care of by the body’s own free radical antioxidant defences. However, there are some free radicals that elude these defences, resulting in cellular damage. Research suggests that free radical cellular damage can accumulate over time. Antioxidants such as Zinc and Vitamins C and E can help to defend against free radical damage in the macula region of the eye.

Lutein and Zeaxanthin and Macula Health

Lutein and Zeaxanthin are carotenoids naturally found in the human eye, with the highest concentration found in the macular area of the retina. In the macula, Lutein and Zeaxanthin naturally form a layer called the macular pigments, which serve as an effective natural filter of the most damaging UV light.

Supplements containing natural Lutein and Zeaxanthin esters have been shown in trials to increase the density of the macular pigments. Higher macular pigment density is associated with healthier eyes, protection of retinal tissues, and retention of youthful visual sensitivity.

Dosage and Formulation

Adults – Take 1 capsule a day, or as professionally prescribed.

Featuring ®FloraGLO Lutein and OPTISHARP® Zeaxanthin as used in the AREDS 2 study.  

Each pack of MDeyes contains 28 ONCE DAILY soft gel capsules.

Physical Description – Brown Soft Gel Capsules packed in 2 blister foils with 14 capsules in each blister.

Daily Reminder on side of box

MDeyes’ innovative packaging helps you receive the supplement’s full benefits, by helping you remember your daily capsule. Calendar labelling on the blister foil and the unique tracking grid on the back of the pack help to ensure your daily dosage compliance.

Appointment Cancellation & Rescheduling policy

Here at [email protected] we understand that unplanned circumstances can affect us all and you may need to move of cancel an appointment.  If this occurs, we respectfully ask that you notify us by 3:00 pm on the day prior to the appointment you need to change/cancel.

Our Optometrists, Vision Therapist and other staff members wish to provide the best possible care to all our patients. When a patient fails to show for an arranged appointment, another patient loses that opportunity to be seen.

Although [email protected] has always had a cancellation policy, circumstances have caused us to enforce a policy of charging for no-show appointments and  appointments which are not cancelled before 3 pm on the day prior to your appointment.

As of January 1st 2016, there will be a fee of $25 for missed appointments.

Thank you for being a valued patient and for your understanding and co-operation as we implement this policy. This policy will enable us to open otherwise unused appointments times to better be able to serve the needs of all our patients.