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About us

The Practice Stuart Macfarlane Optometrist and Contact Lens Practitioner, located in Logan City Centre, has been dedicated to the health and well-being of your family's eyes for 30 years.

Geraldine, Minh, Stuart and Hiromi have  completed the Paediatric Clinical Education Program and are formally aligned with Children's Health Queensland and the Queensland Children's Hospital under the Paediatric Optometry Alignment Program. 

Stuart Macfarlane

Stuart Macfarlane

Stuart Macfarlane studied optometry at the Queensland University of Technology and subsequently obtained a distinction in Ocular Therapeutics from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. A member of the Contact Lens Society of Australia, until national registration in 2010 he was a board member of the Optometrists Board of Queensland. He was subsequently appointed an optometry panel member of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Since 2012 he has been a panel member of the national Professional Services Review (PSR). The PSR protects patients and the community by reviewing and examining possible inappropriate practice by practitioners. He was appointed the optometry panel member of the Determining Authority in 2017. Stuart was also in the inaugural group of Queensland optometrists to complete post-graduate therapeutic certification to allow the use of diagnostic and therapeutic drugs. This has enabled him since 2004 to write prescriptions for eye-drops such as antibiotics and anti-inflammatories for the treatment of ocular conditions such as allergy and conjunctivitis. PBS prescriptions for glaucoma drops are able to be written in conjunction with a co-management plan with an ophthalmologist. His particular interests are contact lenses, diseases of the eye and ensuring the best fit for your eyewear needs.

Geraldine Reed

Geraldine Bendell (Reed)

With over 20 years in private practice, Geraldine studied Optometry at the Queensland University of Technology.  Since then, Geraldine has gained experience in both city and rural practices before joining Stuart Macfarlane Optometrist in 2004. She has been involved in the mentoring program for undergraduate students from QUT and supports the district with community talks on eye-care. In 2007 Geraldine completed her therapeutic post-graduate certification, enabling her to prescribe eyedrops. Her special interests include diseases of the eye, children's vision and contact lenses and she participates in the Queensland Children's Hospital (QCH) Eye Clinic's Paediatric Optometry Alignment Pilot Program.  She has two children at primary school. 

Jennifer Vieritz

Jennifer Vieritz

Jennifer Vieritz graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in 1982. In 2009 Jennifer attained her post graduate certificate in ocular therapeutics. In addition to working with Stuart Macfarlane Optometrist in private practice, Jennifer is employed as a clinician at the QUT helping to teach students practical aspects of optometry. Combining her interest in ocular disease and therapeutic qualifications, Jennifer also works regularly with a Brisbane ophthalmologist. She enjoys all aspects of Optometry.

Minh Nguyen

After graduating with a Masters of Optometry to add to her Bachelor’s of Vision Science in 2015, Minh volunteered her optometry services in rural Western Australia and was selected to do part of her optometry placement in Hong Kong at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Minh enjoys all aspects of Optometry including ocular disease, contact lenses, and children’s vision, having partaken in numerous school vision screenings and affiliated with the Queensland Children's Hospital (QCH) Eye Clinic's Paediatric Optometry Alignment Pilot Program.


Hiromi Yoshikawa

After graduating from the Queensland University of Technology in 2008, Hiromi subsequently completed the Graduate Certificate in Ocular Therapeutics followed by the Advanced Certificate in Glaucoma management. Hiromi has worked in a variety of practice settings both in the private and corporate environment in city and rural areas. She has also participated in school vision screening programs and supervised clinical placement programs for students within Australia and New Zealand.  Enjoying full-scope optometry as well as participating in the Queensland Children's Hospital (QCH) Eye Clinic's Paediatric Optometry Alignment Pilot Program, Hiromi is committed to provide quality eye care and is married with two children. She speaks Japanese fluently. 

Support Staff



Associated with optics since 2007, Nakiye (pronounced Nak-e-a) has joined Stuart Macfarlane Optometrist. Studying towards further optical qualifications, her previous employment with both corporate and independent optometry practices means she brings extensive depth of knowledge to the practice. She enjoys helping low-vision patients with our visual aids.



Simon started his career in optics as an apprentice optical mechanic in Perth. After completing his Diploma in Optical Dispensing he has worked in a vast array of positions in the optical industry around Australia. From humble beginnings making lenses in the laboratory to managing high end independents and corporate chain stores, Simon brings an extensive wealth of knowledge and experience to the practice.


Ivy is of Malaysian background and training and speaks fluent English, Malay, Cantonese, Hokkien and Mandarin. After initially studying pharmacy in Malaysia, she transferred to study optical dispensing. Upon qualifying as a dispenser she ran the contact lens division of an optometry practice. Ivy handles our low vision assessments and contact lens teaches and deliveries. She also performs ancillary testing using our OCT equipment. 



Karen is originally from New Zealand where she worked in the optical Industry for 9 years. After moving to the Sunshine Coast in 2011, she gained another 7 years experience working for an independent optometrist in Maroochydore before she and her family moved to Brisbane. She has a wonderful eye for fashion.

The practice

The practice contains consultation and dedicated ancillary equipment rooms extensively equipped with state of the art instruments including:

Our on-site workshop also means you don't have to wait weeks before you can get your spectacles, and our purchasing staff always ensure we always have the best ranges of spectacles at lowest prices.