We are gradually re-opening in accordance with government guidelines.

For all appointments & Tele-health consultations please contact us.


Please also note the following:

  • We regret not being able to see our international and interstate patients at present.  These patients should contact us for further assistance and tele-health consultation options
  • We currently have supply of all our dry eye care products

Australia’s Dry Eye Centre of Excellence

Advanced diagnostic

Benchmark dry eye

Evidence based approach
to treatment.

Tailored care plans supporting your individual needs.


“Dry Eye” refers to a problem with the quantity and quality of tears on ours eyes. It’s reasonable to describe dry eye as a disease, because it’s an abnormal condition…Learn More


Intense pulsed light (IPL) is a technology used by cosmetic
and medical practitioners to perform various skin treatments for aesthetic and therapeutic purposes,…Learn More


LipiFlow® is a procedure designed to treat the root cause of Evaporative Dry Eye, blocked meibomian glands. Opening and clearing these blocked glands can allow them to…Learn More


CRT (Orthokeratology, Ortho-K) is a unique type of contact lens designed to temporarily correct myopia (aka nearsightedness or shortsightedness) by gentle, safe and reversible…Learn More

The Dry Eye Centre™ stocks the full range of 7eye Airshield.


Introducing Bora Readers – bifocal readers conveniently placed in SharpView Gray lenses. Available in +1.50, +2.00, and +2.50 powers…Read More


Cyclone is a heritage frame passed down from 7eye’s origins as a brand made for motorcycle riding. Its FIXED AirShield construction makes…….Read More


Ziena’s discrete silicone shield locks in moisture while blocking out wind, glare and airborne irritants like dust and pollen. Powerful micro…Read More


The low-profile Churada is the most popular 7eye sunglass. It comes with the patented SPF100 AirShield that keeps your eyes hydrated and……Read More

Cure for Dry Eyes

  • Dry Eye is usually thought of as a chronic and progressive condition.
  • Whilst the above statement is not true of every case, it is true to say that there is no cure for Dry Eye.
  • Dry eye is a bit like the common cold, where there are lots of different types and lots of remedies; some remedies work better than others and some work for some people, but not for others.

Would you like to make an appointments at The Dry Eye Centre™
Australia’s most advanced dry eye clinic.