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Local optometrist Eyecare Plus Moree focus on comprehensive eye examinations, prescription sunglasses, spectacle frames, contact lenses and eye health care for the....

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Welcome to Eyecare Plus Optometrist Moree

Local optometrist Eyecare Plus Moree focus on comprehensive eye examinations, prescription sunglasses, spectacle frames, contact lenses and eye health care for the whole family.

About Us

Our optometrists believe that a good eye exam is about making sure your eyes are healthy, your sight is clear and your vision comfortable.

This means our Moree practice offers a comprehensive set of eyecare services and the latest technology in detecting eye diseases.

Our Optometrist

Bruce Turner

Eye Health


Just 2 hours in front of a digital screen can cause your eyes to feel strained and dried out. The average Australian spends 10 hours a day staring at some form of screen.

Learn more about your screen life HERE

Keeping Eyes Healthy

  • Get your eyes tested regularly - generally between every 12 months and 3 years is appropriate. Our optometrist can help you determine how frequently is right for you.
  • Don't ignore signs and symptoms - if you experience new pain, redness, flashing lights, new floating things in the eyes or loss of vision, don't ignore the signs. Contact our practice so our optometrist can help you determine the cause and prevent potential loss of sight.
  • Protect your eyes from the sun - with sunglasses that meet the Australian Standards for UV protection.
  • Protect your eyes at work or in the shed - safety eye wear for both home and the workplace is invaluable.
  • Don't Smoke - it's bad for your eyes too and significantly increases the risk of macula degeneration.
  • Eat a nutritious diet.
  • Know your family eye history.
  • Take care of your contact lenses.

Eating For Good Eye Health

Regularly eating these foods can help lead to good eye health:

  • Leafy greens like spinach and kale
  • Brightly coloured fruit like oranges and vegetables like carrots
  • Nuts, eggs and beans
  • Salmon, Tuna and other oily fish

These foods contain the nutrients omega 3, fatty acids, Luton, zinc and vitamins C + E.

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Sore, Red, Dry, Tired Or Watery Eyes

Dry eye syndrome is a lack of sufficient lubrication and moisture in the eye leaving the cornea (the main lens of the eye) with an inadequate tear film.


Keratoconus is a condition where the cornea changes from its normal spherical dome shape, to develop a protruding cone shape. This causes distorted vision. Keratoconus affects around 1 in 1000 Australians.


A cataract is an opacity or cloudiness that forms in the lens of the eye, causing vision to blur at both distance and near.


Glaucoma is a painless eye condition which causes irreversible damage to the nerve of the eye.

Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration is a degenerative retinal disease, which causes painless distortion or loss central vision.

Diabetic Eye Disease

Diabetic retinopathy is a term used to describe long-term damage to the retina and blood vessels within the eye associated with diabetes. Diabetic retinopathy can cause unwanted bleeding, inflammation and exudate (discharge) within the retina.

Presbyopia - Loss Of Near Vision

Presbyopia is a loss of flexibility of the lens in the eye which allows us to change from looking at near objects to far objects and back again.

Presbyopia occurs to people in their 40s and results in a loss of ease and clarity of seeing things clearly up close.

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Drop in any time during business hours, or make an appointment at Eyecare Plus Optometrists Moree online here or by phone on (02) 6752 5050.

Our Technology

At Eyecare Plus Moree we are committed to providing the highest standard of eye care, which includes the latest technology in diagnostic equipment for early detection and diagnosis. We also use encrypted email to the local GPs and ophthalmologists to ensure reports are delivered to your medical team swiftly.

Ocular Coherence Tomography (OCT)

OCT creates a topographical map of the tissues below the surface of the retina, allowing us to detect early changes to the nerves or blood vessels. This technology assists with detecting conditions such as glaucoma and macular degeneration before vision loss has occurred, allowing early access to treatment if required.


Digital Retinal Imaging (DRI)

Digital retinal imaging allows your practitioner to compare images of inside your eyes from one visit to the next. This technology assists with early detection of progression or change in the health of your eyes.

Through digital retinal imaging, health concerns, such as increased blood pressure or increased cholesterol levels can be found or monitored.


Medmont Visual Field Screening

Visual field screening allows us to map the sensitivity of the nerves inside your eyes. Visual field screening is used in monitoring of conditions such as glaucoma or post-stroke recovery.

A binocular driving visual field screening is a commonly requested test from the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS).

We use the Australian Medmont Visual Field screening technology.



Pachymetry uses a small ultrasound to measure the thickness of the cornea.

We have known for a long time that pressure is a factor in early detection of glaucoma. Current research has found that the thickness of the corneas is also an important factor in early detection and diagnosis of glaucoma. Therefore Pachymetry is included in our comprehensive eye examinations.

Contact Us

Please use the following contact details to get in touch, or fill in the form below to send us an email.

Eyecare Plus Moree
Phone: (02) 6752 5050
Fax: (02) 6752 8395
Address: Shop 1, Criterion Arcade
Balo Street
Moree NSW 2400

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