About AudioLogic Hearing

AudioLogic Hearing is an independent audiology and hearing aid clinic offering premium hearing care to adults and children. We offer our clients a wide range of hearing aid brands because we are not owned by a hearing aid manufacturer nor part of a large hearing aid retail chain. Our clients receive a very thorough service from professional, personable and caring staff. At AudioLogic Hearing you will receive after sales service and ongoing care and maintenance which is paramount for a successful hearing aid fitting and to ensure you receive the maximum benefit from your hearing aids. We employ fully qualified Audiologists with post graduate training in Clinical Audiology and are full members of Audiology Australia and Independent Audiologists Australia.

Our Staff

Michelle Pasinati

Principal Audiologist & Business Owner

Michelle has postgraduate qualifications in Clinical Audiology having completed a Masters in Clinical Audiology at The University of Melbourne.

She has over 15 years experience working with adults and children in diagnostic audiology, hearing aid fitting and rehabilitation in Australia and in the UK.

She is a full member of Audiology Australia and Independent Audiologists Australia, participating in regular workshops and training seminars as part of the Continuing Professional Development programme.


Tracy Abson

Office Administrator

Tracy joined AudioLogic Hearing in 2012 bringing with her over 13 years extensive experience in customer service roles. Tracy enjoys working closely with our clients in the professional and caring manner that AudioLogic Hearing has become renowned for.

Tracy can assist you with hearing aid batteries and general hearing aid maintenance, accounts and appointment enquiries and information regarding the Government Hearing Services Program for eligible pensioners and DVA cardholders and hearing services provided through WorkCover.




AudioLogic Hearing offer FREE hearing tests and FREE hearing devices to eligible pensioners and war veterans/DVA cardholders as part of the Australian Government Hearing Services Program.*

In October 2005, the Office of Hearing Services in Canberra announced that as part of the Australian Government Hearing Services Program, people would now have access to a higher level of hearing aid technology. Now available to all eligible persons are FREE fully digital hearing devices with directional microphones.

Directional microphones enable the background noise to be reduced increasing listening comfort and improving speech understanding. This feature is ideal for noisy situations such as dining at restaurants, attending social gatherings or visits to the shopping centre.

If you are a pensioner or DVA cardholder and you have not had your hearing tested or perhaps you have already been identified with a hearing loss but have not proceeded with hearing devices, call AudioLogic Hearing on 1300 754 906 to make an appointment with an Audiologist to discuss your situation further.

The Audiologist will help you complete your application form for your free hearing services voucher. Click on the link below for more information on applying for hearing services through this Program:


* Conditions apply under the Australian Government Hearing Services Program.

Hearing loss can be caused by exposure to industrial noise through the workplace and is called industrial deafness. Noise-induced hearing loss is an irreversible condition that can have a significant impact on your life.

If you have worked in a noisy environment (eg. Factory, building, industry, etc) you may have a hearing loss. AudioLogic Hearing is registered with WorkCover to provide FREE hearing tests and FREE digital hearing aids to successful WorkCover claimants.

To find out further information, please contact our clinic on 1300 754 906 to arrange a consultation with the Audiologist.

Private health insurance may contribute towards the cost of the hearing aid fitting, the amount dependent on your level of cover. Please contact your fund for further details. A tax receipt for payment of the hearing aid/s will be issued to you and this can be taken to your private health insurer to claim a rebate.

Tax Offset

In addition, you may be able to claim a medical expense tax offset for hearing aids. From 1st July 2012, the government will income test the net medical expenses tax offset. There is no upper limit on the amount you can claim. Further information may be obtained from your financial advisor or accountant, alternatively call the Tax Office on 13 28 61 or Click Here