Payment Options

We accept cash, Mastercard, Visa, AMEX and debit card.

Interest Free Payment with Humm

Purchasing hearing aids can, for many people, seem like a big investment. But it is an investment in your longer-term overall health. To make the financial side easier for you we can offer you interest free payment plans over 6, 12, 24 or 36 months.

Speak to our friendly staff about your options – get a free quote at your appointment and, in most cases, get approval on your financing on the spot.

You can learn more about our financing partner Humm and their terms and conditions.

What do I need to do?

Please bring your identification card (drivers license or Aged Pension card or Veteran’s Pension Card) to your first appointment.

If you are not employed or you are on an Aged or Veterans Pension, we might need copies of your recent utility bill and 2 months superannuation statements or bank statements. Approval can happen on the spot – or within one day.

Government Subsidy

Pensioners and Veterans enrolled into the government funded Hearing Services Program can receive free audiology appointments and fully funded, no cost to you hearing aids (selected models).  You also have the option to use the government and health fund subsidy towards a more advanced hearing aid model and pay any gap left (referred to as a ‘top up’) .

Health Fund Rebates

Hearing Aids

If you have a health fund policy that includes audiology, you could receive a rebate of up to $2,000 for hearing aids. Check with your health fund for more details and all claims are to be made directly with your health fund.

Hearing Tests

HiCAPS is not available for audiology. Check with your health fund to see if you can receive rebate on your hearing test appointment.

We provide a tax receipt with the audiologist’s provider number for your claim.

Medicare

For hearing test only – clients with an Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) Plan, or a referral from an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Specialist can receive Medicare rebates by submitting their receipt to Medicare.