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How much do hearing aids cost?

Hearing aid prices

The average price of one hearing aid can vary between $1,000 and $4,000.

To put this into perspective, over the course of 4 years, a pair of hearing aids could require an investment of about $4.25 per day, which is approximately the price of a latte.

What's included in the price when you purchase hearing aids with us?

Right from the start, we’re here for you to help you along your hearing journey, so when you buy a hearing aid at an Audika clinic, you get more than a high-quality hearing aid. You also get the following:

  1. A personalised hearing aid fitting with highly qualified clinicians
  2. Guidance with paperwork when applying for hearing services program subsidies
  3. Confidence with a 60-day change of mind return period, and for all Oticon, Sonic and Bernafon hearing aids 12-month hearing aid loss and damage cover and 4-year hearing aid warranty - all part of the Audika Advantage4
  4. Free hearing aid cleaning
  5. Access to our 400+ clinic network
  6. Access to the latest in hearing care technology

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Want to learn how to make your hearing aids more affordable?

Our experts can help you to understand which financing options are available to you, and we can guide you every step of the way. Book a free consultation to learn more.

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Hearing aid funding options

When you purchase hearing aids with us, we help you understand how you could benefit from attractive payment plans and other funding opportunities. Read more to learn about hearing aid funding options.

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The Australian Government Hearing Services Program
The Australian Government Hearing Services Program1 aims to reduce the impact of hearing loss, by providing eligible clients with access to a range of hearing services which may include a comprehensive hearing assessment and annual reviews, as well as, where appropriate, fully subsidised hearing aids and an optional annual maintenance agreement to receive repairs and batteries to support your hearing aids for a small fee.

Read more about the Australian Government Hearing Services Program.

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Flexible payment options
At Audika, we want to make it easier for you to invest in your hearing. That's why we have a fee-free, interest free payment plan that offers flexible payment options to suit your individual needs. It's just one of the ways we are making it easier to hear better, with Audika.

Read more about Audika's flexible funding options.

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Private Healthcare Insurance
If you have private healthcare insurance, your provider may have extras cover for audiology3. As private healthcare insurance provider's vary in insurance coverage, it is recommended you to check with your private health insurance provider to determine your entitlements.

Read more about private healthcare funding options.

 

Would you like to talk to us about hearing aids?

Please call us on 1800 340 631, and we can help you discuss your options - or Book FREE* hearing check

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Smart investment

Hearing care is health care. When considering the price of hearing aids, consider the overall life improvement that you can expect. A recent study by Marketing Research, Inc. and the Hearing Industries Association showed that the majority of hearing aid users reported the following benefits:

  • Higher quality of life
  • Improved communication
  • Higher performance at work
  • Increased levels of confidence 

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FAQ about hearing aid prices

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Nimi Daya Naran - Audiologist and Head of Medical Services & Graduate Development ANZ
 BA(Psych), M.Clin.Aud., MAudSA(CCP)

Nimi is an experienced Audiologist whose clinical career and dedication to the Audiology industry has afforded her many opportunities, where she has had the ability to specialise in paediatrics, adult rehabilitation, complex adult rehabilitation and tinnitus. Through these specialities she recognised her passion for clinical excellence and educating others. 

Today, she draws on that experience in her work as the Head of Medical Services and Graduate Development. Her current role allows her to raise hearing health awareness amongst general practitioners. As well as contribute to the development of clinicians in their early career, to ensure they have a strong clinical foundation as they begin their journey in the Audiology industry. She has also developed initiatives to improve clinical service delivery and client care. More recently she has established the Audika Specialist Referral Network, an initiative to ensure clients who could benefit from implantable technology are given access to these services. As well as ensuring these clients are supported throughout their implant journey.  

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Conditions apply under the Australian Government Hearing Services Program.
Click here for further information on payment plans. 
Check with you health fund provider to find out what rebates may apply to you
4 Click here for Audika Advantage terms and conditions.