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The - 3. Simple Steps to Better Hearing..

Step 1. Complete Our Quick Questionnaire and Speak to an Expert.

Audiologists have devised a quick questionnaire to help in assessing you online for the best hearing solution for you .. it only takes a minute and will help the team to match you to the best options for you. We'll give you a call with free professional advice after you complete the forms.

Step 2. Take a Hearing Test and Try New Hearing Aids

You'll visit a local storefront clinic for a free hearing test with a licensed audiologist and try new hearing aids. If you like what you've found they'll get started on arranging the best solution for you to take home.

Step 3. Enjoy Better Hearing

Once you have your new hearing aids you'll have full ongoing support, manufacturers warranties and call anytime service. Experience the live changing benefits of better hearing without delay.

Benefits of choosing to source your hearing solution

Qualified Hearing Experts

You'll speak to and be assessed by qualified audiologists at a time and location convenient to you

Revolutionary technology

Modern Hearing aids keep on learning, adjusting to your needs and environment in real time.

Free personalised hearing advice

    Providing free hearing tests, thorough personalised examinations and diagnosis.

Hearing Device Options

From invisible to app operated, you’ll have the option of choosing the best device for your needs.

No obligation - no high pressure sales

You’re under no obligation to purchase a hearing device, we'll guide you through the process with no pressure.

Confused by the types of hearing aids available? Here's a quick guide

Invisible-in-Canal (IIC)

The Invisible-in-Canal (IIC) hearing aid is made to custom fit within the eardrum, enabling it to be inserted farther into the ear canal than other styles. This close proximity to the eardrum allows for crisp, clear, natural sound quality with less amplifier output, meaning better battery life.

Behind-the-Ear (BTE)

One of the most versatile hearing aids available. The Behind-the-Ear (BTE) device help nearly all types of hearing loss and come in a Super Power model for maximum amplification. Depending on the severity and configuration of the hearing loss, most Behind-the-Ear (BTE) styles can come with either a comfortable, custom ear mould or with a dome that fits within the ear canal.

Receiver-in-Canal (RIC)

Barely visible when worn, the Receiver-in-Canal (RIC) style is a hearing aid in which the receiver, or speaker, is inside the ear canal. Thin electrical wires are used instead of a plastic acoustical tube, reducing noise distortion.

In-the-Ear (ITE)

A powerful device less likely to produce feedback. In-the-Ear (ITE) hearing aids are slightly bigger than the In-the-Canal (ITC), and, much like the In-the-Canal, the In-the-Ear hearing aid is contained all in one case. Since it is larger, they often have more features such as manual volume controls.

Completely-in-Canal (CIC)

Can come as ether wireless or telecoil/t-switch. Completely-in-Canal (CIC) hearing aids are designed and sculptured to fit almost entirely inside your ear canal (external auditory meatus) and are therefore almost invisible, with only the faceplate and battery drawer usually visible. Before Invisible-in-Canal (IIC) hearing aids, completely-in-canal (CIC) hearings were the smallest custom hearing aids available.

The future of modern hearing systems has arrived - Try Revolutionary Hearing Aids

With advancements in modern technology, hearing aids are much more sophisticated, smarter and also smaller than the hearing solutions of the past.
The most prominent different between todays hearing aids and older technology is the size .. they've gotten a lot smaller. The hearing aids you can choose from are also made to be worn continuously, either behind-the-ear (BTE) or in-the-ear (ITE). Some are so small, they're almost invisible!
Despite the small size, today's hearing aids are very smart. They all feature a microphone, microchip, amplifier, battery and a receiver – all in a tiny package!
Some new hearing aids feature algorithms that are clinically proven to deliver better than normal hearing, allowing you to understand family and friends even in the most crowded of environments. They can also connect to your smartphone so you can personalise preferences on the go. Some can even help relieve Tinnitus.
At we want you to experience these amazing technologies first hand.
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Why should you choose ? Hearing loss affects 1 in 6 people and that ratio is set to grow in the years to come, at Auditorey we know the joy the sounds of waves crashing, birds signing, kids laughing just to mention a few can bring. The solutions and options available to treat hearing loss are wide and varied, anyone who’s ever attended a hearing test and looked into the options available could have been forgiven for being confused, we came together to help simplify the process and to make a difference in peoples lives. Below are a few key benefits of choosing

Complimentary Hearing Test

Trained Audiologists will give you a complimentary hearing test to determine your needs

Complimentary One-to-One Fitting Service

You'll be invited to a clinic where you'll be given one to one fitting service to get the best solution for your needs (if you need anything at all)

Try New Hearing Aids with No Obligation

We don't believe in high pressure sales, the best hearing solution is a big decision, take your time, try great hearing solutions if you need them and find what's best for you with our team by your side.

The Blog

We're passionate about helping you find the solution to your hearing loss a part of that is informing you and keeping you up to date, knowledge is power as they say and our editorial team love nothing more than empowering our loyal customers, have a read of some of the articles below

How Hearing Aids Work

The first hearing aid was created in the 17th century, a lot has changed since then. Find out how they work and how far technology has advanced Here

Understanding Hearing Loss

Hearing is one of our seven senses. It’s the ability to perceive sound by detecting vibrations, changes in the pressure of the surrounding medium through time, through an organ such as the ear. If you have signs of hearing loss it’s best to act early to minimise its effects. There are four stages of hearing loss you can learn more: Here

One in 6 Experience Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is a condition affecting over three million Australians alone or one in every six people. Unless caused by a medical problem, hearing loss usually starts very gradually. Once established hearing difficulties can quickly begin to affect many areas of your life, we've compiled a list of the the signs of hearing loss so you can catch it early Here