A Premium Laser Refractive Centre in Newcastle, Central Coast, Lake Macquarie and the Hunter for over 18 years.

Let Hunter Laser Vision open your eyes to a better quality of life.

Our Ophthalmic Surgeons and staff are dedicated to providing state-of-the-art laser eye surgery procedures in a professional, efficient and caring environment.

A range of conditions can be treated at Hunter Laser Vision, including Myopia (short sight),Hypermetropia (long sight), Astigmatism and Presbyopia (near vision loss).

Our experienced specialist Ophthalmic Surgeons and staff are devoted to advising you on the best way to gain visual freedom, and in many cases, glasses and contact lenses will become a thing of the past. We invite you to experience the difference in complete laser eye care.

Looking for more information? Call us today on 1800 44 20 20.

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Frequently asked questions

What procedure options are available?

Hunter Laser Vision offers a multitude of laser refractive procedures ranging from LASIK to TRANS PRK. For a comprehensive list of available procedures click HERE.

What is the age range for laser refractive surgery?

The minimum age for laser refractive surgery is approx 18 years of age. This ensures stability of refractive prescription.

Do you offer same day surgery?

Yes. If you are interested in booking same day surgery please click HERE for more information. Or contact us on 1800 44 2020 to discuss possible options.

How long does a consultation last?

Our consultations only run on certain days between 7:30am and 12 noon and last for approximately two hours. For more information click HERE.

Will I need time off of work?

Depending on the type of surgery you require, we recommend taking between 3 and 5 days off to recover. this depends on the procedure performed.

Myopic patients experience vision that is clear for close objects, but blurred in the distance. This is caused by a cornea which is too steep for the length of the eye, causing light rays to focus in front of the retina.

Hypermetropic patients may see distant objects reasonably clearly, but have increasing difficulty with near objects. Conversely to myopia, this occurs due to a cornea which is relatively flat, causing light to focus behind the retina.

Astigmatism causes blurred vision at all distances. This is caused by an “egg” shaped cornea, where light rays are focused both behind and in front of the retina.

Presbyopic patients experience a decline in their ability to focus on near objects, due to a natural loss of elasticity of the lens. It is a common age-related condition, which is usually first noticed with reading deterioration or reliance on reading glasses, regardless of distance clarity.

Hunter Laser Vision Procedures

Lasik/Laser Eye Surgery

Surface Laser Treatment PRK (Photo Refractive Keratectomy)

PTK (Photo Therapeutic Keratectomy)

What is Keratoconus?


Astigmatic Keratotomy