Award-winning healthcare

Bunbury and Busselton Eye Doctors​

Bunbury and Busselton Eye Doctors is a patient-first clinic, with a dedicated commitment to advancing the practice of ophthalmology.

Our team of highly experienced doctors, along side with our state-of-the-art technology, comes together to provide an excellent experience for each one of our highly valued patients.

Bunbury and Busselton Eye Doctors Neil Sinclair conducting surgery
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Bunbury and Busselton
Eye Doctors

Bunbury and Busselton Eye Doctors is a patient-first clinic, with a dedicated commitment to advancing the practice of ophthalmology.

Our team of highly experienced doctors, along side with our state-of-the-art technology, comes together to provide an excellent experience for each one of our highly valued patients.

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Meet Our Doctors

Our stellar team here at Bunbury and Busselton Eye Doctors are here to help you
Bunbury and Busselton Eye Doctors Alasdair Jackson

Dr. Alasdair Jackson

Ophthalmic Surgeon

Dr. Neil Sinclair

Ophthalmic Surgeon

Bunbury and Busselton Eye Doctors Russell Townsend

Dr. Russell Townsend

Ophthalmic Surgeon

Common Conditions we Treat

Glaucoma

A Glaucoma is a group of conditions that damage the optic nerve, which is crucial for good vision.

Oculoplastics

Oculoplastics includes a variety of procedures that deal with the eye socket, eyelids, and tear ducts.

Cataracts

Cataracts are the appearance of a cloudy veil over the eyes and are one of the most common eye conditions.

Testimonials

What Our Patients Say

Staff is very caring from the moment you enter the surgery which is a direct reflection from the senior staff and doctors. Dr Russell Townsend addressed complex eye deficiencies including a cataract surgery which was a very professional experience. The care prior, during and after the operation was handled in a very informative and professionally mature environment. The result is an almost perfect vision and I gladly abandoned my glasses after wearing them for 5 decades.

Karl Ohmz

Satisfied Patient

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Our Bunbury practice is open from 7.30 to 5.30 Monday to Friday. Our Busselton practice operates on a separate timetable and is generally open  2 or 3 days a week.

We do not open on Saturdays, Sundays, or Public Holidays. 

You should present to your nearest hospital emergency department in case of ophthalmic emergency.

If you have recently had surgery or an appointment with us, you should contact us on 08 9791 4111 during office hours (8-5) for further advice from your doctor.

Once we have your referral,  one of the doctors will advise when we need to see you. For patients requiring urgent or appointments within 2 weeks, we will phone you to advise you of the appointment day and time, and email a confirmation letter. All other patients requiring routine appointments, you will receive an appointment letter in the mail. 

Please note appointment availability is dependent on your condition, the treatment required, and individual clinic and doctor’s timetables.

Please bring your Medicare card, any private health insurance details, any concession cards, and your referral if requested. 

You should bring all your current prescription glasses for near or distance vision.  You should also bring an up to date list of any medications you may be taking. We recommend bringing a pair of sunglasses to reduce any glare you may experience if you are given eye drops.

Charges vary according to any tests or procedures that may be performed on the day of your appointment. Charges also vary depending on whether you are a concession cardholder or are a Pensioner.  Please phone us on 08 9791 4111 for an estimate of your likely charges.

We prefer payment by card EFTPOS, VISA, and MasterCard.  We can offer payment plans to those patients experiencing difficulty with full payment on the day.

Please phone us on 08 9791 4111 or email us at admin@bandbeyedoctors.com.au to cancel and let us know the reason why.

Please phone us on 08 9791 4111 or email us at admin@bandbeyedoctors.com.au to reschedule. Please note that whilst every effort is made to accommodate your request, appointment availability is dependent on your condition, the treatment required, and individual clinic and doctor’s timetables. 

Please organize a driver for your appointment. You are likely to have drops to dilate your pupils which can last up to 24 hours, this may affect your vision. You may also experience glare, wearing sunglasses may help reduce this.