Eye Care on Low Incomes

The Australian College of Optometry (ACO) delivers high quality, low cost eye care services to the Victorian community through a network of clinics and practitioners in Melbourne and rural Victoria.Glasses_on_Chart

The Victorian Department of Health has funded the Victorian Eyecare Service (VES) since 1985 providing Victorian pensioners and Healthcare Card holders with access to low cost eye care and visual aids. Today the ACO provides over 75,000 services each year throughout Victoria.

The College employs over 45 full time staff optometrists and 40 sessional optometrists who contribute to the delivery of eye care services. In rural Victoria the ACO engages a network of over 150 privately practicing optometrists supporting and participating in the VES.  The ACO provides general and specialist services so the most complex of patients can be seen at our clinics.

All patients are welcome to attend an ACO eyecare clinic.

To be eligible for subsidised glasses or contact lenses under the Victorian Eyecare Service you must:

  • holds a Pensioner Concession Card in your own name, or
  • holds a Health Care Card in your own name, or is listed on a Health Care Card,  for at least 6 months continuously


For patients not eligble for subsidised glasses, the ACO carries an extensive range of affordable glasses. 



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