About Us

Why choose Visionary Optometrists


We are a full-service independent optometrist and we are committed to providing the highest level of patient care, clinical excellence and customer service possible. Your Vision and Eye Health is our Focus.

Highest Quality

You will be assured of getting the highest quality lenses and frames. We are optical professionals and we use the finest products available to provide you with the clearest eyesight and the best durability.

Extensive Service Offering

We provide full eye examinations and dispensing services for the whole community and offer a wide range of designer and budget frames & sunglasses, “No-Gap” frame and lens packages for private health fund members, technologically superior spectacle lenses and have experience in fitting all the contact lens options available today.

Designer Frames & Sunglasses

We offer a huge selection of frames and sunglasses… to see how you look and how the frame feels on your face our opticians will help you find the perfect style, size, and colour in your price range. We want you to love your glasses!

Company History

Guildford, Lidcombe and Granville Optometrist have been servicing the local community for 20 years. We are committed to being there for the community so have just expanded with our new state of the art practice in Bankstown Central.

Our Mission

To give all our patients the best possible visual performance by providing the highest quality vision and eye health care in a comfortable, professional, and patient-friendly environment.


At Visionary Optometrist we understand that there are many optical and medical reasons why people don’t see well. Our optometrist and staff can provide impartial advice about all vision correction modalities and can either prescribe or give advice about each method. We can even give you a referral to another practitioner if we recognise that this is the best course for you but we will only refer you to ethical practitioners who have demonstrated the highest quality care and share our commitment to excellence.

The main optical disorders of the eye causing vision problems are myopia (short-sightedness or near-sightedness), hypermetropia (long-sightedness or far-sightedness), astigmatism and presbyopia (age-related change in vision). All of these conditions can be corrected in a number of ways, which include the traditional types of correction such as spectacles or contact lenses as well as the newer technologies such as orthokeratology (OrthoK) and surgical correction (refractive surgery). We will advise you about the safest and most effective options to correct your vision.


Services provided by Visionary Optometrist:


Based on any symptoms you may have and a thorough eye and medical history of you and your family, our optometrist will conduct a comprehensive, thorough and appropriate measurement of your eyes and their health.


We do everything we can to accurately measure your spectacle or contact lens prescription and endeavour to get it perfect first time. We understand that having your eyes refracted can be stressful if you are rushed when giving your responses, which is why we allocate enough time to do the job properly.


The most exciting recent development of myopia correction and prevention, also known as OrthoK, is one of the specialities of Visionary Optometrist. This technology involves the use of rigid contact lens retainers to mould the eye during sleep, eliminating the need to wear spectacles or contact lenses during the day.


We have a special interest in children’s vision. We choose not to practise as behavioural optometrists. We offer a full check of a child’s eyes and a comprehensive assessment of the visual system including any abnormalities of binocular vision.


We fit contact lenses of all types and do not restrict our choice to just one type or brand or design of lenses. We have the facilities and expertise to fit soft and rigid gas-permeable lenses, multifocal contact lenses and disposable lenses including single-use ‘daily’ lenses. We also offer OrthoK contact lens wear (contact lens retainers that mould the eye while you sleep to allow you to see clearly during the day without any spectacles or contact lens correction).


Most people have normal colour vision but about 10% of men and 0.5% of women do not see some colours as well as the rest of the population. This deficiency in colour vision (often wrongly called colour blindness) is usually of no major consequence. However, for some people, especially young men, their colour vision status can have major restrictions on career options. We can analyse and quantify any issues with colour vision to assist them with advice about their vocational choices.


We work closely with ophthalmologists to deliver best possible care for our patients. We can measure your eyes to determine whether you are suitable for lasik, clear lens extraction or other refractive types of surgical correction. We will only refer to ethical surgeons with your eye health and best visual outcomes as the most important consideration.


Diabetes can have a profound impact on your vision so all diabetics should be checked at least once a year for any deterioration of eye health or vision. We will thoroughly check your eyes for any diabetic changes to the retina (known as diabetic retinopathy) and will keep a record of your vision and eye health status for comparison in the future.


Prevention of glaucoma involves more than just a check of your intraocular pressure (IOP). We are equipped to detect the earliest signs of glaucoma so that treatment can prevent blindness from glaucomatous eye damage.


Keratoconus is a relatively common condition that is often misdiagnosed as astigmatism in the early stages. We are equipped to detect keratoconus early so that timely treatment can lessen the impact on vision in the future.


We are fortunate to be co-located with Ralph Clarke Optical. Ralph’s team provides the latest in spectacle lens technology, fashion frames and contact lenses are provided at very competitive prices.


Macular Degeneration is a major cause of central blindness that affects the ‘straight-ahead’ vision of the eyes, which is essential for most of the visual tasks of life, such as reading, driving, watching TV, recognising faces and using a computer.


To be a safe driver, good visual acuity (sharpness) must be combined with good binocular vision and depth perception (stereopsis and eye teaming) to maintain a comfortable single image of the driving environment free of diplopia (double vision). There must also be a complete field of vision, free of scotomas (abnormal blind spots) and without any restriction of the visual fields that can result from trauma or disease of the eyes or brain. Safe driving can also be compromised by excessive glare caused by cataracts and other opacities in the eye. We are fully equipped with perimetry for visual field analysis and comprehensive measurement of binocular vision, visual acuity and glare.