Test your ears and get rewarded this March

Test your ears and get rewarded this March

Get a $20 e-voucher when you book and attend an eligible appointment at your local Amplifon clinic before March 31. *T&C's apply.

There's no better time to prioritise your hearing health

To support you with your hearing health this Hearing Awareness Month, get a $20 e-voucher when you book and attend an eligible appointment at your local Amplifon clinic before March 31.

Save up to $2,500 on premium devices until 31 March*

Our latest premium technology offers devices that automatically adapt to various listening environments, enhances speech clarity, reduces background noise and provides a more natural listening experience, while keeping the devices easy to manage and discreet. Our higher level of devices also offers rechargeable options, so you can say goodbye to fiddly batteries.

Which hearing test is right for me?

If you have signs of hearing loss, book the full 60-min assessment

This 1-hour comprehensive hearing assessment with an audiologist will give you a thorough evaluation on your hearing levels and help decide what actions to take to improve your hearing.

Common signs of hearing loss

  • Friends and family say your television is too loud
  • Struggle to hear in noisy environments
  • Often saying ‘pardon?’ in conversations
  • Telephone conversations are difficult to understand
  • HIgh pitched sounds (e.g. women & kids voices) are hard to understand 

If you're unsure, start with our quick 15-min hearing check

During this initial test, you will be played a series of sounds through a set of headphones. All you need to do is press a button each time you hear them. These results will show any signs of hearing loss and if a comprehensive assessment is needed.

Still unsure? We can help book an appointment that suits you

The importance of checking your hearing

The quality of your hearing is vital to enjoying quality of life: staying active, staying engaged and maintaining relationships with those close to you. Unfortunately, your hearing can be affected by age-related causes or side effects of illness.

Amplifon offers free* hearing tests that are a quick, convenient and easy way to get clarity on the health of your ears.

Can I get a free hearing test?

Yes, free hearing tests are available for anyone over the age of 18. No referrals needed - so you can get started today by booking your appointment. There are over 300 Amplifon clinics across Australia, so our service is readily available to help you. You may be eligible for a range of hearing services funded by the government. Conditions apply under the Australian Government Hearing Servcies Program.

When should you get a hearing test?

We strongly recommend getting your hearing checked every year. However, there are signs and symptoms of hearing loss that you should look out for so it becomes more of a priority. 

Hearing loss is a very common problem - it’s something that affects 3.5 million Australian adults. The good news is that there are many provisions and services in place for those people who experience it.

Why are hearing test and assessment different?

A free hearing test is the initial 20-minute test completed by one of our hearing care professionals, where the outcome of your test will help identify whether or not you have some form of hearing loss.

A hearing assessment, or comprehensive hearing test, is then recommended to complete if your initial free hearing test identifies hearing loss.

Ready to book your FREE^ hearing test?
*Free hearing tests available for adults over the age of 18. Conditions apply under the Australian Government Hearing Services Program. 

Over 250,000 Australians have chosen Amplifon

1 We have 70+ years worth of experience
2 A network of over 300 clinics nationwide
3 No extra costs with lifetime aftercare

Our clinics are a COVID-safe environment

Rest assured knowing that we are following every precaution to ensure that we maintain a clean, safe and sterile environment for you. Your hearing appointment with us follows the social distancing and hygiene practices.