Eyecare Plus Wagga Wagga

22 Baylis Street, Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650, Australia

Today's hours

Closed

Phone

(02) 6921 8833

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Our Team

Peter Russell

Optometrist

BOptom(Hons)

Scott Chalker

Optometrist

BOptom(Hons)

Martin Gregory

Karina

Mikayla

Erin

Ashleigh

Rebecca

Sheree

Health Funds

We proudly supply members of all major health funds, including:

  • Medibank
  • HCF
  • NIB
  • BUPA
  • Teachers Health Fund
  • AHM
  • Australian Unity Health
  • GMHBA
  • CUA
  • WESTFUND

We accept all health funds  – if your health fund is not listed above, contact us today and we will help you redeem your optical health fund benefits.

Most major health funds optical benefits reset on 1 January. Treat yourself with a new pair of specs with little to nil to pay!

Contact

Address

22 Baylis Street, Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650, Australia

Phone

(02) 6921 8833

Trading hours*

MONDAY 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
TUESDAY 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
WEDNESDAY 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
THURSDAY 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
FRIDAY 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
SATURDAY 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
SUNDAY Closed

We are conveniently located at 22 Baylis Street, Wagga Wagga. In the top block, or the railway station end.

Parking is available on Baylis Street, or at the Franklins supermarket located on Peter Street.

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Award winning eyecare

We’re proud of the work we do, and in 2018 & 2019, we were awarded the Canstar Blue Award for Most Satisfied Customers – Optical Stores. 

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Fees, charges & Medicare

Consultation fees

Medicare benefits are payable for most consultations. Some additional fees apply for services that are not yet covered by Medicare. Our staff will be pleased to explain these fees.

Veterans Affairs

Spectacles and contact lenses are provided at no cost for patients covered by Veterans Affairs. Our staff will be pleased to advise you on your entitlement.

Spectacles for the Disadvantaged

Often there are people with a need for spectacles but who are not able to afford the cost, or part of it. Some state governments provide limited assistance for people in need. Please talk to our staff and they will be pleased to explain the eligibility requirements and how to make an application.

Wagga Wagga optometrist, Eyecare Plus Wagga Wagga, offers comprehensive eye examinations, prescription sunglasses, spectacle frames, contact lenses and eye health care for the whole family.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Eyecare Plus Wagga Wagga located?

The Eyecare Plus Wagga Wagga practice can be found situated on the bustling road of Baylis Street between the Red Door Chai Cafe and Simp-Lee Yoga & Massage Centre. Along this road, there is a wide range of eateries and retail shops such as Rebel, Guzman y Gomez, Summit Discount Pharmacy, Westpac and other amenities further up the road.


How to best travel to Eyecare Plus Wagga Wagga?

There is a 1 hour parking limit imposed along Baylis Street. For longer off-street parking, Sturt Mall is a 10 minute walk away from Eyecare Plus Wagga Wagga that offers over 600 car park spaces that can be accessed via Thompson Street and Berry Street.


What is Eyecare Plus – Checkup Plus™?

Checkup Plus™ is more than just an eye test. Our optometrists take the time needed to give you a thorough eye examination. Following your Checkup Plus™ we will carefully explain the results and discuss our recommendations regarding any preventative or remedial care required.


How much does an eye test cost?

Medicare benefits are payable for most consultations. Some additional fees apply for services that are not yet covered by Medicare. Our staff will be pleased to explain these fees.


Does Eyecare Plus Wagga Wagga provide eye tests for children?

1 in 5 Australian children have vision problems. We provide specialised eye tests to make sure that any vision problems are detected and any learning difficulties related to vision are corrected.


Does Eyecare Plus Wagga Wagga provide benefits for veterans?

Spectacles and contact lenses are provided at no cost for patients covered by Veterans Affairs. Our staff will be pleased to advise you on your entitlement.


Do you provide benefits for people with disadvantages?

Often there are people with a need for spectacles but who are not able to afford the cost, or part of it. Some state governments provide limited assistance for people in need. Please talk to our staff and they will be pleased to explain the eligibility requirements and how to make an application.

5 Star Accreditation

This practice has met the highest standards of accreditation at Eyecare Plus