About Us

Neurosensory is a complete hearing health care company, proudly owned by over 60 Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) surgeons across Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. Neurosensory was established over 35 years ago as ENT surgeons wanted to ensure that all clients have a guaranteed standard for testing in hearing care.  Our staff are ethical, professional and caring, and are not paid commissions for hearing aid recommendations.  

Our 21 hearing clinics are located in Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Gold Coast, northern New South Wales, Sydney,  Melbourne and Geelong.

In 2014, Neurosensory purchased the Hearing and Balance Centre, Sydney St Vincent's Hospital clinic and have also opened a new clinics in Darlinghurst, Burwood and Wahroonga.

In 2015, we continued our expansion nationally and purchased five Everything Hearing clinics in Melbourne. Neurosensory now has six clinics in Victoria - Box Hill, East Melbourne, Moonee Ponds, Richmond, Wheelers Hill and Waurn Ponds at Geelong.

The team at Neurosensory look forward to continuing to provide hearing care you can trust.

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We have 21 hearing clinics conveniently located in Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Gold Coast, northern New South Wales, Sydney, Melbourne and Geelong.

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We have the most comprehensive hearing and balance tests available, and the best hearing solutions.

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Neurosensory is here to help you with all your hearing needs. Feel free to contact us with any queries you might have.

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Testimonials

  • About twenty years again I first acted on doing something about my hearing loss, after having my hearing severely damaged whilst in the New Zealand Air Force, mainly due to the noise of the jet...

    Alan Harmsworth, Bi-lateral cochlear implant recipient

    Since I was first diagnosed with bilateral hearing loss as a teenager back in the 1960s, I had always been reluctant to do anything about it. I was 23 by the time I finally agreed to wear a hearing...

    Coralie Haslett, 62 years

    Following call up to National Service on 19th April 1967, I sustained hearing damage in mid-January 1969 due to an explosion whilst on patrol in South Vietnam. Fortunately after my commitment to...

    David Woodcock, 66 years

    “My hearing loss was not detected until I was about 4 years old. I had the measles as an 18 month old and my single-sided deafness may have developed as a result. I am 37 now and pretty much...

    Fiona King, MED-EL Bonebridge Receipent

    Thank you Louise for the wonderful and professional assistance you provided in assessing my hearing and proposing a solution. I resisted hearing aids for some years, partially because I thought there...

    Lynn Matthews, New hearing aid recipient

    In April 2012 I purchased two Unitron Moxi 20s from Neurosensory. What amazing aids these are to hearing better. After wearing just one solid type aid for many years I was astounded at the range of...

    Margaret Elliott, 66 years

    “I have the greatest respect for Neurosensory and for Wendy Jennings who has assisted and advised me for many years re hearing aids, both selection and upgrading. Marvellous!! I was there when...

    Pixie Annat, Kelvin Grove

    The Neuromonics programme was my last resort for tinnitus after trying everything from changing my diet, acupuncture, natural therapies to hypnosis, all of which did nothing to help me. I was very...

    Sonia Brodie, 46 years