• 45-47 Minchinton Street, Caloundra, QLD, 4551
  • (07) 5492 6939
  • 8:30am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday

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Caloundra, QLD

45-47 Minchinton Street, Caloundra, QLD, 4551

What do our patients say?

I was very pleased with the customer service and professional support for my hearing requirements. Thank you Raymond and team at IHear Caloundra.

Letitia is so lovely and goes out of her way to help.

Very efficient, very informative, very friendly and professional. I recieved information that had never been supplied to me before and that I found very helpful. Would gladly recommend this Company anytime to anyone. Thankyou very much forbyour help.

The two girls at the front were more than helpful...solved all our requests. Great service

Welcome to our Caloundra office

ihear Caloundra is an integral part of the ihear family and have been providing superior hearing care to Sunshine Coast and the Wide Bay areas.If you are looking for a trusted hearing care provider, our hearing aid specialists have the expertise to help you on your way to better hearing.

At ihear, our goal is to find the best hearing solution for every individual and we look forward to helping those of you with a hearing concern get back to enjoying your life to the fullest. We offer a full range of services and discreet hearing solutions to suit every lifestyle and budget.

Our local skilled professionals carefully examine each client’s whole profile – enabling us to fit you with the latest in hearing technology that will enhance each day and every unique experience. We hope to build lasting relationships with you that will develop over time as we seek to provide continuing support and advice.

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Meet Our Staff

Staff photo Ray Angus

Ray Angus


Ray Angus is an Audiologist with 20 years experience in a variety of fields in audiology within Australia and overseas in England and Ireland.

Ray completed both a Science and an Audiology degree at the University of Queensland. He started his career at Sydney’s Children Hospital (Prince of Wales] doing both Pediatrics and adult diagnostic testing for ENT’s.  He then worked for a government organisation, Australian Hearing, providing rehabilitation for adults and school age children.

After a couple of years of working in Australia, Ray then went overseas and worked in the NHS in England and Ireland again specializing in fitting the best hearing aid for each individual client. On his return he worked for a leading hearing aid manufacturer providing training and audiological support for other clinicians throughout Australia. During his time with them, Ray oversaw the setup of a hearing aid clinic at the University of Queensland for students studying their masters in Audiology, enabling them to have real life work experiencing while studying.

Twelve years ago Ray moved to the Sunshine Coast with his family to work in private practice. Recently Ray joined iHear Caloundra to work in his preferred field of adult rehabilitation audiology. Working for iHear has given Ray the opportunity to be involved in the Starkey Foundation. The Starkey Foundation Goal is to donate and fit more than 100000 hearing aids each year to hearing impaired people in developing countries. Ray was also impressed by iHear’s ethos of the client comes first.