Welcome to Clarity Optometrists Bulimba, led by experienced Paediatric Optometrist Dr Ann Webber. Our team of Optometrists detect, diagnose, and treat eye health and vision conditions that affect vision. They can also identify general health conditions that are first detected via an eye exam, provide referrals to eye surgeons (ophthalmologists) and often help manage post-eye-surgery health.
We combine state-of-the-art technology and current optometry practices to make certain we provide you with the best care possible. Our Optometrists play an important role in your eye health.
If it has been more than two years since your last eye test, we generally allow 45 minutes to complete a comprehensive consultation. We offer full scope Optometry services including:
• Comprehensive Eye Examinations
• Contact Lens Fitting
• Ortho Keratology (Ortho-K, or Corneal Reshaping Therapy)
• Children’s Vision Centre
• Ophthalmic Imaging Services
Our Optical Dispensers are very experienced in the dispensing of children's eyewear, and we carry one of Brisbane’s best ranges of frames for children. Situated centrally in the riverside suburb of Bulimba, the practice has been operating for over 25 years and is a respected member of the local Bulimba community.
Sarah completed her Bachelor of Vision Science in 2014 with a Masters in Optometry in 2016 from QUT. Sarah’s professional experience ranges from regional independent practice, to metropolitan clinical ophthalmology. These positions have sparked a passion for complex contact lenses and paediatric vision. She is a board director with Optometry Queensland and Northern Territory as the Early Career Optometry Chair.
Kirsty graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in 2016 with a Bachelor of Vision Science and Masters of Optometry. She is therapeutically qualified, and also completed the ACO Advanced Certificate in Children's Vision in 2019.
Kirsty has been fortunate to have had a wide variety of professional experiences including the opportunity to study in Canada, volunteering on a visionary mission in Mexico, participating in regional school screenings and providing optometrical support for Guide Dogs Australia.
Kirsty has worked in independent practices in Toowoomba and at the Australian College of Optometry in Melbourne, where she was highly involved in their paediatric, ocular diseases, metro and teaching clinics. She has a special interest in paediatric vision, myopia control and dry eyes, and values providing eye care that evolves as you and your family grows.
Irma completed her Bachelor of Applied Science (Optometry) degree with First Class Honours and a University Medal from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in 2005. She obtained her Post-Graduate Diploma in Ocular Therapeutics from QUT in 2010. Irma has a strong interest in Specialty Contact Lens fitting, particularly Orthokeratology. She is a member of the Optometrists Association of Australia and the Cornea and Contact Lens Society of Australia.
Irma speaks Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian and German.
Irma has gained experience in the treatment of cataracts, macular degeneration and glaucoma by working with an ophthalomogist for a number of years.
While previously running a low vision clinic in the city, Irma was also able to provide assistance with low vision devices to people with poor vision including magnifiers and telescopesby.
Elspeth completed her Bachelor of Vision Science in 2011 with a Masters in Optometry, with distinction, in 2013 from QUT. Elspeth is therapeutically qualified and has a strong interest in the Ageing Eye and Chronic Eye Conditions.
Wendy studied Optometry in Brisbane at QUT, completing her degree in 1989 and graduating with a BAppSc(Optom) with honours (second class). Following graduation Wendy worked in private practice in Brisbane before travelling overseas in 1995 and settling in Toronto, Canada. She joined the Beacon Eye Institute, a laser refractive surgery centre, working in preoperative assessment, surgical assisting and postoperative care. In 1997 Wendy returned to private practice in Sydney and her own practice in Bondi Junction where she continued to work closely with local ophthalmologists in the co-management of laser refractive and cataract surgery patients.
On her return to Brisbane in August 2002 she joined the Clarity team at Bulimba.