Specsavers believe that stylish, high quality glasses should be affordable for all and that’s why they’re conveniently located at Pialba Place, Hervey Bay.
Specsavers is the largest privately owned optical chain in the world and Australia's number one optometrist, opening stores all across Australia. Their mission is to be the best value optometrists anywhere in Australia, satisfying personal eye care needs at affordable prices, simply, clearly and consistently. Specsavers aim to bring fashionable and affordable eye care to all Australians.
With a network of local optometrists, Specsavers deliver the best of all worlds to their customers – great and affordable eye care from trusted local optometrists plus the range and buying power of Specsavers. Great looks, great brands, great value. Paying too much for glasses? You should have gone to Specsavers.
Specsavers offers customers fantastic choices in basic and designer frames to suit a range of budgets and lifestyles, with more than 1000 styles and colours made from the latest high-tech materials, including titanium and stainless steel. New styles are introduced regularly to keep up with changes in fashion and technology. An exciting range of designer glasses is now available, including Australian brands such as Alex Perry, Country Road, Quiksilver and Roxy as well as global brands including fcuk vision, French Connection vision, Karen Millen, Jasper Conran, Jeff Banks, Red or Dead, Tommy Hilfiger and Europe’s biggest selling designer brand, Osiris, which is exclusive to Specsavers. The brand new and exclusive will.i.am eyewear range is now also available at Specsavers.
Specsavers began as a family business with a simple plan: to offer a wide range of stylish, fashionable glasses at prices everyone could afford, with no compromise on the standards of eye care. Now, Specsavers has grown to be the third largest supplier of eye care in the world, employing over 30,000 people and supporting over 1500 practices in ten countries around the world. Almost all Specsavers practices are part-owned by the local optometrist and dispenser and run as joint venture partnerships or independent franchise structures.