Hearing Aids

Hearing Aids2018-07-05T04:00:40+00:00

Our range

We offer a wide range of high quality latest hearing aids. As a truly independent clinic we are able to offer our clients the best hearing aid for their individual hearing loss and needs from the world’s leading manufacturers.

All our recommendations and advice is made on achieving the best outcomes for our clients.

Hearing aid technology is changing very rapidly and we place a high priority on keeping our audiologists up to date with the latest technology and trends in hearing aids to deliver the best possible hearing aid fittings.

Pensioners / DVA Cardholders
We are contracted by the Office of Services to provide fully subsidised services to pensioners and DVA card holders. Please visit or contact any of our clinics with any queries to access government programs.

Danielle Bowles

Some questions and answers about wearing a hearing aid.

How much do hearing aids cost?2017-10-03T05:29:28+00:00

For people who are not eligible as Pensioners/DVA Cardholders, NDIS Participants, or WorkCover Claimants, hearing aids range from $2340 to $8599 a pair.  We fit hearing aids from all the world’s leading manufacturers.  There are additional accessories that may also be beneficial such as blue tooth TV adapters and blue tooth Phone adapters at additional cost.

You may be able to claim part of the cost back through private health insurance – please check with your health fund.

Will I be able to hear better as soon as a hearing aid is fitted?2017-07-14T01:59:47+00:00

Hearing aids do not completely restore your hearing however at Butterfly Audiology we make sure that we work with each client to ensure they achieve the best possible outcomes to improve the quality of their life.

How long does it take to get used to wearing a hearing aid?2017-07-14T01:59:17+00:00

When you get hearing aids for the first time, you hear a lot more sound than you have for a long time. This includes hearing peoples voices much more clearly but also sounds that you do not necessarily want to hear (eg. Your own footsteps, traffic noise). It usually takes some time (up to several months) and consistent use of your hearing aids to learn how to filter out unwanted sounds and focus on what you want to hear.

How do I know what hearing aid is best for me?2017-07-14T01:58:49+00:00

At your initial hearing assessment your audiologist will take a lot of time to discuss your individual hearing needs. What are the main situations that you want to hear better in? Do you often go out to noisy environments like restaurants? Do you have trouble hearing the television? Is hearing on the phone a problem for you? This information then allows the audiologist to recommend which level of hearing aid technology is best suited to your needs. The audiologist will also work out with you what style of hearing aid you are best able to manage and what is cosmetically acceptable to you.

How often do I need to get my hearing aid serviced and how much does that cost?2017-07-14T01:58:24+00:00

After your initial hearing aid fitting we recommend at least one follow-up appointment to ensure that the hearing aid settings are optimised, you are managing your hearing aids and they are meeting your needs. The initial fee you pay for your hearing aids and fitting include all follow-up appointments over the first year, batteries and servicing/cleaning of the hearing aids in the first year.

After the first year we recommend an annual appointment to check your hearing and adjust your hearing aid settings for any changes. We offer a yearly membership which includes your annual hearing and hearing aid review, trouble shooting appointments throughout the year as required, replacements ear moulds as required, 12 months supplies of batteries, 12 months supply of other consumables (domes, wax filters, etc.) All hearing aid cleaning, servicing and repairs and loan service if your hearing aid needs to be sent away for repair. Please speak to one of our friendly staff to find out more.