Kids’ Optometrist Highgate


With practices in Leederville and Leeming, Bullseye Clinic offer a raft of services for younger patients. Our dedicated optometrists, practitioners, and therapists adopt a whole of body approach that includes state-of-the-art eye tests.

Vision is very important to a child’s development. Through a combination of vision and sensory care, we make sure that every patient receives a service that best suits their individual needs. If you’re looking to book an eye test near Highgate, please follow this link. Here, we have outlined some helpful tips for new patients.

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Our Story

From our beginnings as two independent optometry practices in Leederville and Leeming, Bullseye was formed with the philosophy that vision is much more than just eyesight.

Bullseye Optometry and Sensory Clinic is the umbrella under which our vision care and sensory care unite, focusing on important foundations that assist in good vision, learning and participation in life.


Arrange an Eye Test near Highgate

Whether you have a referral or you need to book your child in for their first eye test, Highgate residents are welcome to visit our Leederville clinic. Here, our experienced optometrists can conduct a detailed assessment. This generally includes four key steps:

Step 1: Capturing detailed retinal images.

Step 2: A comprehensive discussion of the preliminary findings with the optometrist.

Step 3: Conducting additional tests as deemed necessary.

Step 4: Receiving a detailed explanation of the findings from the optometrist.

Depending on the results, we can then work with you to find the perfect prescription glasses or contact lenses.

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Book a Consultation with a Kids’ optometrist near Highgate

While eyesight refers to a person’s ability to see, vision is best learnt and developed through experience. Essentially, it requires a person to actively interpret and understand the information made available through the eyes, which is influenced by the rest of their body.

This fundamental principle forms the basis of our whole-of-body approach. To learn more about optometrist near Highgate, please contact either one of our clinics today.

1 Children’s Vision

Our Focus

Children’s Vision

Children learn more from vision than all other senses combined. Our optometry team are passionate about delivering the best eye care to help your child’s vision and learning reach their full potential. We provide examinations for children of all ages, from babies through to teens.


2 Myopia Management

Our Focus

Myopia Management

Myopia is the most common eye condition worldwide and is the leading cause of visual impairment in children. It is predicted by 2050, half of the global population will be affected by myopia.


3 Neurological Services

Our Focus

Neurological Services

Neurological disorders and brain injury can cause a disruption between the eyes and the brain resulting in vision problems.

Neurological Services

4 Dry Eye Clinic

Our Focus

Dry Eye Clinic

Dry eye syndrome is a common condition that affects up to 30% of the population.

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Why the bullseye clinic

A higher standard of care

Vision and sensory care combined

Our mission is to provide a tangible difference in people’s lives by collaborating together to provide amazing vision and sensory care.

World-class Clinicians

Our team of optometrists, therapists and allied health practitioners have more than 30 years collective experience.

Proactive approach in our practice

We adopt a whole of body approach, providing individualised therapy services to improve quality of life and allow people to see, learn and function to their full potential.


Our Process

Step 1: Make an Appointment – Bullseye Optometry

Your journey with us starts with the initial booking. To make an appointment with one of our optometrists, you can either book online or call us directly. You can reach the Leederville clinic (08) 9242 2342 or Leeming on (08) 9332 7222.

Our friendly customer service team will attend to answer any initial questions you may have and schedule an appointment at a time that best suits you or your child.

Please note that Neurological Optometric care (neurological disorders and brain injury affecting vision) can only be booked via a phone call.

If this is your first visit to us, we will send you a link to our welcome form. The form needs to be filled out prior to your appointment. This process allows our optometrists to deliver personalised care based on your optometric needs.

Step 2: Assessment and Diagnosis

After checking in with our reception, our experienced optical dispensing staff will take you to the pre-testing room. Here, they will take full and detailed images of your retina (the internal back and layer of the eye) using our Optos ultra-wide field scanning laser instrument. They will also take measurements with the DNEye, using Rodenstock’s latest eye mapping technology. Where required, your internal eye pressures are also measured.

Step 3: Personalised Care Plan

Our Optometrist’s approach to eye care is based on assessing overall health, processing, binocular vision, and both functional and sensory aspects of vision. This means that we not only assess how clearly you see, but how your visual system works as a part of your entire sensory and motor system.

Your optometrist will discuss any existing concerns you may have, as well as your visual needs and medical history that may impact on your vision. They will then assess internal and external eye health, checking for abnormalities, signs of eye diseases, glaucoma, macular degeneration, dry eye and diabetic retinopathy. This can also involve measuring the sharpness of sight, the ability of your eyes to work together, the effort required to maintain focus and control of your eyes, tracking skills, and your current field of vision.

Step 4: Implementation of Care Plan

At the end of the consultation, your optometrist will explain your assessment results and make recommendations based on your visual, lifestyle and eye health needs. They will also let you know if any further testing or referrals to other allied health professionals is required. The hand over of care to our optical dispensing team is done in the privacy of the consulting room. If glasses are required, our experienced optical dispensing team member will then take you through to the dispensing section. This process considers styling and selecting a frame that best suits your lifestyle and purpose.

Step 5: Monitoring and Follow-Up

At Bullseye Clinic, our optometrists recommend an eye test every 12 months for adults and more frequently for children to ensure that eye function and eye health has not changed. If there is a particular condition we are monitoring, we may recommend more frequent eye checks.

We pride ourselves on offering a professional yet personal service, and we look forward to helping you!

Frequently Asked Questions

What services does Bullseye Clinic offer for children?

Our clinic offers a wide range of services for younger patients. This includes state-of-the-art eye tests, vision, and sensory care. Our dedicated optometrists, practitioners, and therapists adopt a whole-body approach to ensure that every patient receives a service that best suits their individual needs.

How can I book an eye test near Highgate at Bullseye Clinic?

If you’re looking to book an eye test near Highgate, you can contact us through our website or call us at (08) 9242 2342. We welcome both new patients and those with a referral for their first eye test.

What does an eye test at Bullseye Clinic involve?

Our eye tests generally include four key steps. We start by capturing detailed retinal images, followed by a comprehensive discussion of the preliminary findings with the optometrist. If needed, we conduct additional tests. Finally, the optometrist will provide a detailed explanation of the findings. Based on the results, we can then discuss options for prescription glasses or contact lenses if required.

What is the difference between eyesight and vision, as mentioned on your website?

Eyesight refers to a person’s ability to see, while vision involves actively interpreting and understanding the information made available through the eyes, which is influenced by the rest of their body. This fundamental principle forms the basis of our whole-of-body approach.

Do you offer services to residents outside of Highgate?

Yes, we do. Our vision care clinic in Leederville is also available to residents in surrounding suburbs like Applecross, Bayswater, Carine, City Beach, Claremont, Joondanna, Mount Lawley, and Wembley. Please feel free to reach out to us for any eye-care needs.

Ready to book an appointment?

Our experienced and friendly team are ready to help you, and answer any questions you might have.