Aviation Eye Examinations

When requested, pilots and air-traffic controllers, whether class 1,2,or 3 certified must have a vision exam with a Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Credentialed Optometrist (CO). During the CASA eye examination, our optometrists assess various aspects of visual function to ensure pilots meet the stringent visual requirements regulated by CASA. We prioritise open communication to ensure pilots feel confident and informed throughout the entire examination.



What you need to bring

- Photographic identification

- CASA ARN (Aviation Reference Number)

- Both your current and backup spectacle correction

- Contact lenses (if worn)

- List of current medications

- Any relevant medical information

- Sunglasses (if intending to drive after the examination)

What to expect

One of our CASA Credentialed Optometrists will perform a full eye examination for which you should allow 60 minutes. The examination will include an assessment of your;

- Visual fields

- Colour vision

- Binocular vision

- Visual acuity

- Contrast sensitivity

- Spectacle prescription

- Dilated fundus examination (your vision will be blurred for approximately an hour after the examination)

- Retinal imaging

- Optical Coherence Tomography

When making a booking

- Specify the appointment is for an aviation eye examination, as currently only Minh and Stuart are CO's. 

- Allow 60 minutes for the examination

- You will be unable to drive for up to an hour after the examination due to the pupil dilation drops


Results will be uploaded directly to the CASA website. 

The Eyewear Shop

Camp Hill Marketplace
25 Samuel St, Camp Hill
Queensland 4152

Ph: 07 3395 4105
Fax: 07 3290 4558
Email: via our contact page

Operating Hours

Monday 9:00am - 3:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 7:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 3:00pm
Sunday Closed