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Our Office is now located Level 19, 180 Lonsdale Street in the city.It is within walking distance of Central Station and has paid parking in the building. View detailed instructions on getting there. The closest parking space is on Wilsons Parking QV, and also Golden Square Parking (217 Lonsdale St). The building entrance to 180 Lonsdale Street is near the corner of Lonsdale Street and Russell Street, next to a Commonwealth Bank branch. Once you enter through the big revolving doors, take the lift up to Level 19.
When you enter the ground floor of the building from street level, take the elevators to the left of the entrance. When on level 19, exit the lift and walk straight through the glass doors until you reach the Regus reception. On level 19, you will be greeted by general Regus reception staff that will assist you.Please note that the level lifts only operate to level 19 from 8:30 am sharp.
We are a privately owned hearing aid retailer and specialist audiology clinic. We can select a hearing solution that is customised specifically for your needs and your level of hearing loss. We don't upsell - we just want you to get the solution that is right for you. We stock and sell a diverse range of hearing devices across various brands and models. At Value Hearing, we give you more choices in order to suit your individual needs. Many of our competitors are limited in the hearing aids that they offer which can be restricting and often results in customers not getting the best possible hearing solution.
ShouFarn Chung joined Value Hearing in late 2020 having worked in industry for a number of years. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge thanks to his degree in biomedical science.
How did you become interested in audiology?/strong>
It was an accident really. When I graduated there were not a lot of research positions open. A friend of mine had studied audiology. She’d been working for two years and really enjoyed it, so he suggested I study for my Masters of Clinical Audiology.
I like working for an independent company not beholden to a hearing aid manufacturer’s international parent company. Christo is such a forward-thinking audiologist. When I saw the blogs, the YouTube Channel and his book, I knew Christo at the forefront of the industry in Australia.
I’ve always been a big fan of educating clients and now we’re seeing a new generation of clients who want to be invested in knowledge and Christo’s philosophy gives me more tools at my disposal to help clients maximise their best hearing.
What gives you the most satisfaction in your role?
I enjoy talking to people! In research science, you spend so much time in your own head but in audiology you get to use your technical skills as well as meeting people. Audiology is very much a service industry and I enjoy the social aspect.