Our Clinic

At the Bundaberg Eye Clinic we are committed to provide high quality eye care in a friendly and professional environment. From the moment you arrive at the clinic, we want you to feel welcome, supported and understood. Friendly administration and clinical staff will take the time to explain the process, perform vision testing and necessary investigations. After a thorough examination, we take the time to explain the diagnosis so that you understand your condition and treatment options. At the Bundaberg Eye Clinic we want to achieve the best possible eye health and visual outcomes for every individual.

The Bundaberg Eye Clinic is located at 302 Bourbong Street,  between the Bundaberg Base Hospital and the Mater Hospital. Off-street car parking is provided at the front of the clinic. Bus stops are located conveniently nearby at the Mater Hospital and the Bundaberg Base Hospital. The clinic is also easily accessible for people in wheelchairs.

Dr McLean and her team at the Clinic provide a comprehensive eye health service for the people of the Bundaberg and Burnett region. We treat a range of urgent, short-term and chronic eye conditions. We provide you with quality eye treatment delivered with care and respect. Dr McLean constructed modern, purpose-built rooms with the most up to date equipment. This also improves how efficiently and effectively we can see you and reduces the amount of time you will spend waiting.

Charity

The Bundaberg Eye Clinic is associated with a number of charity organisations.

We collect glasses that people no longer use and these are sent to New Guinea to make new glasses.

Dr Isabel McLean has worked with the Myanmar Eye Care Program.

We continue to collect old hospital equipment and expired sundries to send to the Myanmar Eye Care Programme and the Cambodia Eye Care Program.

The IDEASvan is a Queensland initiative that provides treatment for indigenous people with diabetic eye disease. Every 1 or 2 months Dr Isabel McLean volunteers her time for the IDEASvan when it visits Bundaberg.

Outside of ophthalmology, Isabel supports PACT, which is an organisation supporting child victims who are going through the criminal justice system. Isabel also supports ACT for Kids, which has programs to help children in their recovery from major traumas involving abuse.

Organisations