Personalised Expert Full-range Hearing Care
Tasmanian Centre For Hearing
‘Hearing Loss is a serious Health condition which needs personalised, professional care..’
We are one of Australia’s longest running, locally owned, independent Audiology Clinics.
Located in the heart of Hobart, Tasmania, on the ground floor at 158 Collins Street, within easy reach of car parking, public transport and convenient drop-off zone right in front of our office.
Hearing loss has difficult implications. Our experienced Audiologists provide services with care and understanding and focus attention on your individual needs.
Our clinic is equipped for all ages- babies, children, teenagers, young adults, mum, dad, vintage family members; and all occupations – students, tradies, engineers, teachers, medical, shop assistants and more…..More About Us
Hearing Device Manufacturer Independence
The Tasmanian Centre for Hearing has built relationships with the world’s leading hearing technology manufacturers and suppliers over many years and thousands of clients.
Our audiologists and audiometrists access all the latest hearing care research, trends and technologies.
The ability to blend extensive experience with emerging technologies and our client’s real-life hearing needs is the essence of our independent, customised client care.
From Our Clients
“Hyperacusis is awful. The wholistic approach of the TCH team has given me back my life”
“I never knew I was losing my hearing. Now I use the right protection at work. “
“My wife says I am easier to live with since my tinnitus is better managed. Thanks ”
Interesting Hearing Related Information
Sound Advice Protect your hearing at work The Tasmanian Hearing Centre’s – Sound Advice Tasmanian Pty Ltd specialises in noise and hearing related aspects of OH&S. As a consultancy service for business owners and employers, we carry out workplace noise surveys,...
COVID-19 Restrictions for Hearing Clinics At the Tasmanian Centre for Hearing we put the health and well being of our clients first during these uncertain times due to the Covid 19 pandemic. Where possible clients over the age of 60 should stay home and keep safe. The...
Best headphones for ear health The use of earphones and headphones has boomed, especially in this age of Zoom meetings and conference calls. However, the amount of time with amplified noise close to your ears by wearing either in-ear (earphones/earbuds) or...
Benefits of earphones for the hard of hearing Many people live with hearing loss, especially as they grow older. Any benefit gained from earphones or headphones will depend on an individual’s degree of hearing loss, especially if they’re already wearing a hearing...
Musicians Ear Plugs Loud music damages hearing. It is as simple as that! Listening to loud music can damage your hearing just like listening to a jackhammer. Anyone who listens or plays loud music can damage their hearing due to the loudness of the sound. Are earplugs...
Balance and Dizziness Clinic Dizziness affects enjoyment of life New testing facilities for individuals with balance and dizziness problems have been established at the Tasmanian Hearing Centre, Hobart. The clinic has the latest equipment and test battery to...