You’re In good Hands


At St George Vision we are interested in creating a personal and trusting relationship with you.

Our aim is to make you feel confident in recieving the best and honest advice to satisfy your visual needs at your convenience, without getting lost in large shopping centres and without paying astronomical prices.
Our spectacle range features vibrant boutique styles to suite all faces and ages and includes most leading brands as well as CK, Guess, Michael Kors, Gant, Leona Edmonston, Nicola Finetti, Etnia and chic brands like Seraphin, Oggi, Mikli and many more.

St George Vision is also a boutique style optical retail with a unique range of carefully picked frames by our Dispenser and frame stylist Mary who has the passion and experience in selecting that perfect frame to suit your individuality.

Mary and the team have been looking after our family’s vision needs for years, including my children and elderly mum. Their eye assessments are performed with courtesy, care and the highest professionalism, and, as others have said Mary has the knack of helping you find just the right frame. Highly recommended.


Mary always looks after me really well. She has a really great selection of frames but she’s very talented at helping me find a frame that was both stylish, fashionable and really suited me. The lenses that came with the frames and prescribed by Rosemary the Optometrist have also been great. I strongly recommend the practice as you get a much more personal service with a better outcome than you get from the big players. Thaks Mary

Mark Sheehan

Mary is great. We have been customers for years and have no hesitation in saying this is the right business to take care of your eyes and glasses. Perfect combination of professionalism and great customer service. This business really cares about you.

Just bought another pair or glasses and am very happy. Michelle did the exam and Mary helped me pick out the right frames. If you are not in the Kogarah area, it is worth the drive to enjoy their professionalism.

Michael Schoettler