Welcome to Tinnitus Australia

Tinnitus Australia is a network of collective medical and allied health organisations.

Tinnitus can be a debilitating condition that causes anxiety, depression and impact lives.

Tinnitus affects One in Ten Australians.

There is no known cure for tinnitus as such, but Tinnitus Australia is working hard to enable a return to full life participation for those who suffer this auditory symptom.

Help IS available!

What is Tinnitus?

People with ‘tinnitus’ experience sound that is not present in the environment, but which is heard in one or both ears or ‘inside the head’.

Tinnitus can range from being mildly annoying to highly distressing. It often accompanies a hearing loss but can also occur with normal hearing.

If tinnitus is affecting the quality of your life, seek help.

Better Hearing Australia (VIC) and Tinnitus Australia are please to launch the first in a series of Fact Sheets regarding Tinnitus this year. The first Fact Sheet is entitled Understanding and Managing your Tinnitus and can be downloaded by clicking on the highlighted link.

About Tinnitus Australia

Tinnitus Australia is a collaboration of various organisations who are working to support the Australian Tinnitus Community. With appropriate information and the right support, people should be able to successfully manage their tinnitus.

Our aims include:

  • Providing easy access to support services for tinnitus sufferers
  • Educating medical professionals and the public about tinnitus
  • Supporting research which will improve outcomes for tinnitus sufferers

Tinnitus Australia and Better Hearing Australia (VIC) have teamed up with other organisations dedicated to helping those in the community suffering the debilitating effects of tinnitus. Go to www.tinnitusweek.com to get some further information.

Latest News

Mindfulness Key to Tinnitus Relief

New research suggests that a mindfulness, meditation-based approach could set new standards for tinnitus relief. Click the link below to find out more. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/07/180702094054.htm