Optique Barangaroo - Barangaroo's local optometrist - is for people who want both the highest quality eye
The Barangaroo practice was established in 2016 by Susan Green, a practitioner with more than twenty years experience as an optometrist and eyewear buyer.
We are proud of our carefully curated local and imported frame collection. Each piece has been specially selected for its design, craftsmanship
Equally important is our focus on eye care and eye health. Our highly experienced staff are dedicated to ensuring your vision is as good as it can be. We do the most comprehensive eye tests using state of the art
We can cover all your eye-health needs, including regular eye examinations, contact
B. Optom (Hons), B. Sc (Vis)
Jess is our experienced optometrist who has been helping people see better for more than 7 years. She graduated with a double degree from the University of New South Wales and is also licensed to prescribe therapeutic medicines for your eyes. Quality
Nick is our general manager and dispenser. Customer service is his number one priority. He can offer expert advice on selecting the appropriate frame to suit your style and repair your damaged glasses. Don't
Get the care you deserve with a comprehensive eye exam that's not on the clock.
Eye care is a top priority at Optique Barangaroo. Our examinations are thorough and meticulous employing the newest
Hi-resolution digital retinal imaging (DRI) is standard procedure in our eye examinations. These images are crucial for diagnosing and monitoring a range of health issues including macular degeneration and glaucoma.
We also perform 3D Optical
Early detection of eye disease can prevent blindness in the long term. The OCT produces detailed 3D images of your eye and can detect a range of conditions years before they become a serious threat to your sight and general health. The visual field equipment can detect dysfunction in your central and peripheral vision which may be caused by various medical conditions such as glaucoma, stroke, pituitary disease, brain
Dry eye disease (DED) occurs when your eyes don't make enough tears, or the tears evaporate too quickly. It is a condition which is becoming increasingly common due to allergies and lifestyle changes where we spend more time in front of screens or under
Wearing glasses can sometimes interfere with your lifestyle, particularly when you play
Winter is here...
We are now heading into the colder months where we’ll be layering up, snuggling into warm coats and breaking out the boots and uggs. During this time, the indoor and outdoor environments we spend our time in will change. So it is very important that we take extra care with our eye health.
Keep your dry eye at bay
A windy and cold environment causes your eyes to dry out and lose moisture quicker than in other conditions. And staying indoors means closed windows and heating, which can further exacerbate these symptoms. Make sure you stay hydrated, drinking plenty of water and even using a humidifier to help add moisture to your home. You may notice that your ongoing dry eye treatments such as heat, massage or eye drops will need to be carried out more frequently.
Keep your sunglasses on
Clouds do not block all harmful UV rays, meaning your eyes are still at risk of UV damage during these winter months. This is why it’s very important to wear UV protective sunglasses when you’re out and about this winter, even if it doesn’t feel like a sunny day.
During these months, it feels like everyone around you has the sniffles or a cough. Having the cold or flu can cause eye health issues such as viral conjunctivitis. So it is very important to follow a healthy lifestyle and nutritious diet. For example, eating foods rich with omega-3 can highly benefit your eye health.
Contact lens wearers might find that their lenses dry out a lot quicker in the winter months than at other times of the year. Make sure to give your eyes as many breaks from contact lenses as possible, switching to your glasses immediately when you get home and perhaps giving them a full day’s break from contacts once a week.
If you are an existing Optique Barangaroo patient and would like to order your contact lenses: Fill in the below details.
You can pay and claim on your private health insurance when you collect your lenses.
Danish designed, Lindberg eyewear tells the world you have a connoisseur’s appreciation of exceptional design and high-quality materials. Every frame is a statement about aesthetics, technical innovation and impeccable craftsmanship.
Combining unique materials, production technologies, and the best of individual craftsmanship, each frame is customised to your particular preferences, hand-finished and individually numbered.
No screws, welds or rivets means Lindberg frames are amongst the lightest, most flexible and durable frames in the world.
MYKITA is a modern manufactory that combines precision craftsmanship with new technologies. Founded in 2003, the brand has won over 30 design awards with each piece from their collection being handmade and assembled at Mykita Haus in Berlin.
Their patented coil hinge snaps shut without the need for screws or welds and are rolled individually by hand.
Mykita has also partnered with fashion designers Damir Doma, Maison Margiela and Bernhard Willhelm on some of the most progressive shapes around.
Since the debut of the first collection, Oliver Peoples has maintained a passion for the craftsmanship of superior eyewear. Produced using the finest materials with careful attention to detail, each frame is inspired and created in the design studio in West Hollywood, California. Remaining true to the sophisticated, intellectual aesthetic made iconic by the brand, custom acetate in arrays of tortoise shell hues remain at the heart of the collections.
Ahlem Manai-Platt is a Paris native of Tunisian heritage currently making her home in Los Angeles. Her beautiful range evokes the essence of the french capital using silky palladium, coloured with hues of rose, yellow, and white gold. Intricate, smooth and fresh, Ahlem's shapes are unique and progressive.
Originally launched in 1945 as a children's made-to-measure shoe business for petits pieds d'anges, the French luxury house is now positioned as one of the most influential brands in the world.
Headed by ex-Yves Saint Laurent visionary Hedi Slimane, Celine’s optical range has a unique feel for shape and can fit a big frame to almost any face.
Influential, innovative and progressive, Gucci is reinventing a wholly modern approach to fashion. Under the new vision of creative director Alessandro Michele, the House has redefined luxury for the 21st century, further reinforcing its position as one of the world’s most desirable fashion houses. Eclectic, contemporary, romantic—Gucci products represent the pinnacle of Italian craftsmanship and are unsurpassed for their quality and attention to detail.
Tom Ford glasses are clean, bold and instantly recognisable. The T-bar detail on the temple is one of the most significant symbols in eyewear and has come to define the sleek, luxurious look. The frames are made in Italy and have been worn by everyone from Justin Timberlake and Angelina Jolie to Daniel Craig as James Bond.
Handmade in Germany and best known for the late Steve Jobs' elegant round frames.
Lunor's paired back classic collection highlights their hardware with stunning hinge design and immaculate quality acetates.
It takes over 200 steps to produce a frame from start to finish but the end product is flawless.
Famous for Innovation, quality, minimalism, and clean lines, yet with an Ørgreen twist, consisting of unique details and subtle touches, inspired by street culture, extreme sports and classic cars.
The collections are designed and developed in Denmark and made by hand in Japan. Individually crafted with more than 100 processes, each frame can take up to six months to achieve its penchant for perfection.
True French craftsmanship, Anne Et Valentine frames are colourful, lively and original. Anne and Valentin opt for a deeper comprehension of who their customers are - how they move, live and think in order to find, the perfect frame, dedicated to your unique personality and particularities.
Each beautiful frame is a quality product, representing the long, precise, detailed design and manufacturing process.
Founded in 1969, British luxury eyewear brand Cutler and Gross combines the finest Italian craftsmanship with irrefutably cool style. Since its establishment in fashion’s halcyon days, the brand’s signature creativity has been applied to sunglasses and optical frames with their trademark numbered designs and absence of an ostentatious logo.
For decades, Graham Cutler and Tony Gross’s frames relied, in part, upon their reputation being dripped and whispered within style and fashion circles like verbal quicksilver. Considered bastions of iconic eyewear, Cutler and Gross designs continue to grace many of the most recognisable faces in the worlds of art, design, music and film.
Larry Leight, patriarch and founder of Oliver Peoples, launched Venice Beach based Garrett Leight in collaboration with his son Garrett. What started as a small Abbot Kinney boutique quickly grew thanks to underground popularity with the young, creative set.
Social-media titans Kendall Jenner, Emily Ratajkowski, and Riccardo Tisci have helped in the rising popularity of GLCO but it's the easy shapes and warm acetates that set the brand a part.
MOSCOT is a New York City Institution renowned worldwide for its iconic eyewear. It infuses its unmistakably refined, downtown aesthetic with over 100 years of expertise and unparalleled craftsmanship to create its timeless eyewear. While now recognized as a global fashion brand, MOSCOT remains, at heart, a neighborhood optical shop.
Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, Jeff Goldblum can be seen repping the brand and may even notice it in some of your favourite movies.
Founded in 1979 by Barbara McReynolds and Gai Gherardi, L.A. Eyeworks opened a single storefront on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, California. More than three decades and hundreds of frame designs later, l.a.Eyeworks remains a privately owned house of optical imagination.
Bright, vibrant and textured, no two L.A. Eyeworks acetate or metal combinations are the same. If you’re seeking something unusual with a pop of colour to stand out from the crowd, look no further.
L.G.R is made in Italy but inspired by Africa and the unique family story of the brand’s creator Luca Gnecchi Ruscone.
The frames are entirely handmade in Italy by three artisanal families, who build each frame from start to finish using traditional methods of production in order to deliver an authentic and noble product. Designed to accompany the traveller on endless journeys.
One part Jeweler, One part perfumist, one part eyewear designer, Hervé Domar is always in search of authenticity and timeless design. His stated mission is to go beyond the accessory and make glasses the jewel that reveals us.
His frames are beautifully constructed with the finest acetate, metals and rhinestones. His work as a jeweler in visible in the attention to detail and cleverness of his shapes.
Artwear meets Art is the perfect way to describe Michel Henau frames. The 100% Belgian glasses blend optical functionality with avant-garde design and that typical craftsmanship character.
Henau frames are instantly recognisable for their fantastic, individual shapes and comfortable feel as soon as your try them on.
Nine by name, and by nature, every frame from this Danish manufacturer weighs nine grams or less.
Titanium frames made in Japan but designed by Scandinavians means nothing is here that doesn't have a purpose.
Comfort, style, class. Nine.