Get help with your hearing

Your hearing health is important to your overall health and wellbeing. Untreated hearing loss can have a big impact on your life. That’s why it’s important to think about your hearing in the same way you think about other health concerns.

Book a hearing check

Book a hearing test to find out if you have hearing loss, what type it is and how far it has progressed.

Ways to prevent and manage hearing loss

Learn more about the ways to prevent and manage hearing loss.

Support people experiencing hearing loss

Find out how you can support people who are experiencing hearing loss.


Discover a collection of resources for people experiencing hearing loss, health professionals and more.

Hearing health for First Nations peoples

Hearing well keeps you connected with family and friends, community and culture. Help for hearing loss is available.

Find out more

Hearing health for children

In children, unaddressed disease like otitis media can cause hearing loss.  It is important to learn the early signs and symptoms for otitis media (middle ear infection).

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One in six Australians have a hearing loss.

The good news is you can get help for your hearing health.

So book a hearing check today. And hear all that life has to offer.

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One in six Australians experience hearing loss.

The good news is, help is available.

Find out more

Ear and hearing health

Find out what we’re doing to raise awareness of ear health and help prevent hearing loss in Australia.

Hearing Services Program

Learn more about subsidised hearing services and devices for eligible Australians with hearing loss.

Care For Kids' Ears

Care for Kids’ Ears helps parents, carers, teachers, teachers’ aides, early childhood workers and health professionals recognise and prevent ear disease in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.

Know Your Noise

Find out whether your levels of noise exposure (at work and play) are putting you at risk of hearing damage.


The PLUM and HATS help health and early childhood workers ask families the right questions to find out how bub’s listening and yarning skills are growing.

healthdirect Service Finder

Search for hearing clinics in your region.