May is traditionally Macula Month – an awareness initiative spearheaded by the Macular Disease Foundation Australia (MDFA). Last year, the Queen...Read more
The Queensland Eye Institute is saddened to note the passing of Sister Regis Mary Dunne at the age of 93. Sr Regis Mary was a dedicated supporter of t...Read more
After a turbulent period of droughts, fires and floods, Australia’s charity and not-for-profit sector is facing its greatest challenge yet in the fo...Read more
Recently, QEIF hosted an event in support of World Glaucoma Week. Guests were invited to join us for a free morning tea and information seminar with p...Read more
We are happy to announce that QEIF’s Last Seen Exhibition to save sight has been a huge success. The Preview Lunch, Cocktail Party & Auction and...Read more
All good awareness and fundraising campaigns need a strong story–telling component. QEIF’s CEO and Executive Director, Mark Radford explains, “W...Read more
George Curphey, former Trustee and Chair of the Sylvia & Charles Viertel Charitable Foundation and current Trustee, Rex Freudenberg recently visit...Read more
QEIF is pleased to announce the appointment of Mario Pennisi as a Non-Executive Director. Mario has more than 30 years’ experience in managing and g...Read more
Play for Purpose is back! The Sports and Charity Raffle second game has over $500,000 worth of prizes to be won, while supporting QEI’s eye heal...Read more
Earlier this year, QEI celebrated its 53rd anniversary – our journey began in 1965 when the Australian Foundation for the Prevention of Blindness (Q...Read more
For the health and safety of our patients, staff and visitors, we ask you do not enter the QEI South Brisbane or QEI Clayfield facilities if you:
Please note that all visitors at this time will undergo contactless temperature checking. Our staff will also require the full names of all visitors to the building.
Thank you for your cooperation at this time, please don't hesitate to contact us on 07 3239 5000 if you have any concerns.