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  • Fri 1 Dec 2023, 3:30pm–6:00pm




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Join us for an in-person Tea Talk on 1st Dec 2023, 3:30 PM, where we'll discuss the vital role of earplugs for safe cold water swimming.

Tea Talk: Dive into Safety – The Importance of Earplugs for Cold Water Swim

Join us for an exciting Tea Talk event on Friday, December 1, 2023, at 3:30PM-6:00PM.

We will be discussing the significance of earplugs for cold water swimming. This in-person gathering will take place at 132 Burnley Street, Richmond, VIC 3121.

Are you an avid swimmer or planning to take up cold water swimming? Then this event is perfect for you! Our expert speakers will share valuable insights on how earplugs can protect your ears from the chilling waters. Discover the benefits of wearing earplugs and learn about the various types available in the market.

During this interactive session, you'll have the opportunity to ask questions, share your experiences, and connect with fellow swimmers. Don't miss out on this chance to enhance your knowledge and ensure your safety during cold water swims.

So mark your calendar for Friday December 1, 2023, from 3:30pm to 6:00pm and join us at 132 Burnley Street, Richmond, VIC 3121.
We look forward to seeing you there!



- Complimentary ear check (valued at $55, our standard consultation fee)
- If the ear examination reveals the presence of earwax necessitating removal we will waive the $110 fee for Microsuction earwax removal treatment when you purchase a pair of Pro-Aquaz or Swim plugs (or any other custom hearing protections products)
- Enjoy a 20% discount on any on-the-spot purchase of custom SwimPlugs or Hearing Protections
- Enjoy some delicious foods and drinks and chat to our knowledgeable Audiologists on how we promote excellent care and our commitment to people's ongoing ear health, hygiene and hearing.


The clinic is visible from the street on the ground floor of the building. It has disabled access. There are free on street car parks available all around the clinic 1P, 2P and 4P. Best way to get there by public transport are the trams running on Bridge road and getting off at the intersection with Burnley street then a 300m walk to the clinic.

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