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Kurralta Park Clinic

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08 8292 2322
FAX : 08 8292 2360


Suite 21, 520 South Road
Kurralta Park sa 5037


M–F 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Sat Closed

Sun Closed

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Vision Eye Institute Kurralta Park is a purpose-built clinic located in the Tennyson Centre. The clinic has been serving the local community since the 1950s and has been in its current, state-of-the-art location since 2009.

Our clinic provides South Australian residents with a wide range of ophthalmic services, including the diagnosis and management of glaucoma, cataracts, pterygium, macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease, as well as more general eye conditions. We pride ourselves on our highly knowledgeable and welcoming clinical team who treat each patient with kindness and respect.

Clinic facilities

Vision Eye Institute Kurralta Park is conveniently located in the Tennyson Centre and close to Adelaide’s city centre.

The clinic is accessible to those with limited mobility and those who require mobility aids. There is a wheelchair-accessible entrance and the lift to the clinic is also wheelchair-accessible. We also have accessible restrooms.

Patients can easily access the clinic via public transport or car, and there is free onsite parking at both the front and rear of the building.

Clinic services

The clinic is fully equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to provide the best care for patients. Surgical procedures are performed at the Tennyson Centre.

Cataract surgery

Cataract surgery involves replacing the cloudy lens of the eye with an artificial one. Our ophthalmic surgeons can treat early to advanced cataracts and perform complex cataract surgery.

There are a variety of replacement lens options available, and your doctor will help you decide on the lens type that best suits your vision and lifestyle needs. Cataract surgery is performed as a day surgery procedure and usually takes less than 30 minutes (although you will be in the day surgery for approximately two hours in total).

Glaucoma management

Glaucoma is a common condition that can gradually lead to permanent sight loss, but there are a number of treatment options that can stop or slow the condition. Most patients can manage their glaucoma with medicated eye drops, but some people may require another treatment.

Laser procedures for glaucoma (e.g. selective laser trabeculoplasty and laser peripheral iridotomy) are performed in the clinic and are painless and quick. Surgical procedures (e.g. filtration surgery and MIGS/iStent) are performed under twilight sedation in a day surgery.

Learn more about glaucoma treatment in Adelaide.

Macular disease treatment

We see patients with age-related macular degeneration and diabetic macular oedema.  If you have a macular condition, eye drops are used to dilate your pupil so that we can examine the back of your eye, where the retina is. Your vision will be blurry and you will have increased sensitivity to glare – this should subside within 4 to 6 hours. Please note that you will not be able to drive home and will need to make other arrangements.

Treatments such as eye injections or laser therapy (which is different to laser eye surgery) may be performed on the same day, depending on the level of urgency. Retinal laser treatment is performed in the consultation room.

Corneal procedures

Our corneal specialists commonly diagnose and manage disorders such as keratoconus, pterygium (Surfer’s Eye) and corneal dystrophies. They have expertise in performing complex procedures, such as corneal transplantation, scar excision and pterygium removal.

Minor procedures

We also perform YAG laser capsulotomy, selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT), retinal laser, vitreolysis laser, intravitreal injections (IVIs) and chalazion and lesion removal.

The information on this page is general in nature. All medical and surgical procedures have potential benefits and risks. Consult your ophthalmologist for specific medical advice.


Getting here

By car

We are conveniently located on South Road in Kurralta Park, only 10 minutes away from Adelaide’s CBD. Free parking is available on site at the front and the rear of the building.

By public transport

Our clinic is accessible via major bus routes. The closest bus stop is Stop 4A on South Road, in front of the clinic. View bus services that stop here.

Disability access

Free parking is available on-site at the clinic. The entrance to the clinic is wheelchair accessible. In addition, the clinic has a wheelchair-accessible lift available.

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