Free Hearing Services available*

Lifetime hearing is your local Melbourne Audiologist specialising in hearing health. We have been providing expert treatments for over 6 years that helps to maintain your hearing health. We have Arabic and Turkish speaking audiologists available.

Sound Advice

Did you know your hearing test is more than just hearing results. We are able to detect early signs of some serious health issues such as a tumour pressing on your hearing nerve. We work closely with ENTs for serious health matters to be further investigated.

Did you know memory loss and hearing has a significant link?

Looking after our Hearing Health can limit the process of cognitive decline including dementia.

What should cancer survivors know about hearing loss?

If you have experienced cancer and cancer treatment, we encourage you to undergo a comprehensive hearing test by one of our experienced audiologists. Certain chemotherapy medications and radiation therapy treatments for certain cancers may damage healthy cochlear hair cells found in the inner ear and result in hearing loss.

Hearing loss has many impacts, here is a list of some of the links:

  • Hearing loss and tinnitus
  • Hearing loss and heart disease
  • Hearing loss and diabetes
  • Hearing loss and balance

Hearing aid fitting

At lifetime hearing we advise our community to have a baseline hearing test at 50 and depending on the result we will advise yearly reviews. Hearing assessments need to be part our communities yearly health check. We also advise children who are starting preschool to have a hearing assessment to rule out any hearing related issues.

Here are five common signs of hearing loss or vestibular disorders:

  1. Asking those around you to repeat what they say.
  2. Feeling like those around you are mumbling or not speaking clearly.
  3. Difficulty hearing and understanding in noisy environments.
  4. Turning up the volume on devices.
  5. Feeling dizzy or lightheaded.

Latest trends in hearing aids

Today’s hearing aids are smaller, lighter, more discreet and more automated, delivering unparalleled sound quality. Here’s what the latest technology has to offer:


Here is a list of hearing aid usage benefits:

  • Better hearing
  • Reduce cognitive decline
  • Reduce risk of auditory deprivation
  • Reduce the effect of tinnitus
  • Improved understanding
  • Better quality of life
  • Better self-confidence
  • Improving academically and at work

If you are ready to take the next step in improving your hearing healthcare, you should consider making an appointment with one of our experienced audiologists.  Our audiologists can pinpoint the exact nature of any hearing issues present and suggest viable solutions to improve your hearing. A typical test takes approximately 30 minutes and is not painful or invasive. You could even suggest your partner is tested at the same time.


*Free audiology services for pension card holders, veterans, NDIS participants, Work Cover and others eligible for the Australian Government’s Hearing Services Program. Terms and conditions apply under the Government hearing services program.

We offer a wide range of services including:

  • Wax removal via microsuction and curette
  • Comprehensive Hearing assessments
  • -Work cover applications and treatments
  • Hearing Aid prescriptions and fittings
  • -Assistive listening devices
  • -Noise plugs -Musician plugs -Sleep plugs – Swim plugs for both children and adults.

Remember, at Lifetime Hearing, we are “hear” for you and we encourage you to make your hearing healthcare one of your most important routine health tests.

Take the first step to better hearing today. (03) 9999 3900

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