Your Hearing Aid Technology Experts

At Bay Audio we believe that the ability to hear well is vital to enjoying all that life has to offer.

Bay Audio Hearing Expert promises

Up to 5 years warranty on all hearing devices (with a minimum of 36 months!)

Unlimited Aftercare and Everyday Maintenance for the life of the hearing aid.

A 90 day 100% money back satisfaction guarantee, with no hidden fees.

Our Latest News

Bay Audio Gympie is now open!

Store #85 in the Bay Audio network and our first location in the Wide Bay-Burnett district.

A special thanks to our amazing team and all their efforts preparing for the big day. We even opened with a full day of consultations with new Bay Audio customers.

We’re so excited for our store network growth and bringing the Bay Way to many more towns and cities throughout Australia!

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Hearing Aids

Today’s hearing aids bear little resemblance to the bulky and unsightly hearing aids of the past. Miniaturisation has made them virtually invisible and the latest technology has drastically improved hearing performance while making available a host of impressive features that seamlessly integrate with your lifestyle. Imagine a hearing aid that can isolate the voice of the person you’re talking to while repressing the other sounds that can overwhelm and confuse a conversation in a noisy area.

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Hearing Aid Aftercare & Support

At Bay Audio, we pride ourselves on our helpful and friendly team, as well as the high level of customer service we offer. Our aftercare services include the repair of devices, help with anything and everything to do with batteries (from replacing to identifying which batteries you need) to giving you a hand with the cleaning of your hearing aid over a nice cuppa with one of our friendly team members.

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Hearing Health

Hearing is a vital way in which we interpret the world around us; from conversations with loved ones, to listening to traffic as we cross the road, to singing along to music. But how does hearing work? In order to understand this, we need to first understand the ear’s anatomy.

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