World-leading experts in hearing technology and listening spoken language therapy.

Located just 10 minutes from the heart of Brisbane’s CBD, Hear and Say’s headquarters in the leafy suburb of Ashgrove is one of Australia’s premier purpose-built audiology and therapy centres with business training, conference and event venues.

Hear And Say Ashgrove Location
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Flexible venue hire

With a first-class training auditorium and flexible meeting and entertaining spaces both indoor and outdoor, Hear and Say is the ideal venue for any type of business function or meeting. Hear and Say offers a fully equipped auditorium, boardroom and several multi-purpose spaces perfect for meetings, corporate presentations, product launches, interviews, workshops and training. On-site parking is available for up to 50 vehicles as well as free street parking (unmetered/unreserved).

Access

All areas of Hear and Say are wheelchair accessible. Parent rooms are also available for guests with young children.

Ashgrove centre

29 Nathan Avenue, Ashgrove Qld 4060 PO Box 930, Toowong Qld 4066

P: (07) 3850 2111
F: (07) 3366 1803

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