My Vision for Vision. What's your vision for Vision?

Join the growing My Vision Community

There are so many ways you can fundraise for Vision Australia. Get sponsored to do something active, host a morning tea or do your own thing!

Zavier joyfully holding a kitten

With your help

Vision Australia can continue to provide the emotional and practical support for children like Zave

2021 Calendars and Diary available now! 2 Labrador puppies, a black and a yellow, feature in the image

2021 Calendars now available

Now available online and in stores, in large and extra-large print. They celebrate the talents of our youngest and oldest artists within our blind and low vision community.

You provide the clinical care. We'll support your patient to live life to its fullest. To order your 5 free occluders or to refer patients to Vision Australia visit visionaustralia.org

Order your 5 free occluders now

We'll support your patient to live life to its fullest. Clinicians order your 5 free occluders here.

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Library upgrades

We've made improvements to Vision Australia's library including updates to the Kiosk, App and a new website. It's time to get reading!

'Born at the right time' book cover. Professor Ron McCallum a memoir. Photo of Professor McCallum and his Seeing Eye Dog

Event: Ron McCallum in conversation

Join our special library webinar on December 2 featuring author Prof. Ron McCallum in conversation

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Healthcare Professionals - refer when

1. Diagnosis of a permanent, non-correctible or progressive eye condition 2. Visual Acuity of ≤6/12 (BEO) &/or Visual Field of ≤30 degrees (BEO)
3. Vision loss is putting a patient at risk

VA staff helping child clients with technology

Vision Store Support Centre

Customer satisfaction is our main priority. If you are not satisfied with the quality of our products or service, please visit the Vision Store Support Centre.

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Your NDIS success

Find out how Vision Australia can help you get what you need from the NDIS.

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