About Gulf & Ranges Optometrists
Mitch Hancock and Tiffany Duncan are local to Port Augusta and are the owners of Gulf & Ranges Optometrists. Pursuing a lifelong passion for optometry, Mitch moved to South Australia after graduating from Optometry at UNSW in Sydney. He started practicing in Port Augusta in 1996 and established Gulf & Ranges Optometrists in in the town in 2005.
Why choose us?
Mitch and Tiffany continually strive to maintain the highest clinical standards in the Practice.
We have the experience to thoroughly examine your eyes and use the latest technology along with an extensive array of specialist equipment that delivers better results for you.
Every member of our team has in-depth knowledge of our products and services. We aim to spend time with you to get to know you and your needs, and provide you with the best possible service.
We offer free lifetime servicing for your glasses and are always happy to answer any questions about your ongoing eye health.
Our extensive range will cater to every budget. From popular, reliable brands like Stepper and Van Staveren to our designer brands like Maui Jim and Prodesign.
Your eyes are for life, see clearly
Helping people today, while thinking of tomorrow. Our vision is for you to have the best vision possible throughout your lifetime. We use the latest in technology and treatments, so you can keep your eyes healthy, and we’re ready and equipped to help the generations to come.
We provide top quality optometry services with an affordable price tag. From eye check ups, children’s vision and behavioural optometry, to the prevention and management of serious eye conditions – we’ve got you covered! We regularly visit towns around the region, so regionally-based South Australians can access optometry services and solutions when they need them.
Our Eyecare Team
Our friendly optometrists, Mitch, Emma and Clarissa have the experience to help you achieve the best vision possible, so you can enjoy life. We cater for all ages, from young children’s eye-checks before starting school, to maintaining good vision through your working life, to looking after age and disease related problems like diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and macular degeneration.