Earworx Opens New Clinic in Kingston, Canberra

Earworx team is thrilled to announce the opening of our newest clinic in Kingston, Canberra at the Wentworth Avenue Family Practice. Conveniently located in the heart of Kingston, the clinic will be open Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm.

This is the second Earworx ear wax removal clinic in Canberra. We opened our Belconnen clinic in late September.

Anyone wanting to visit the Kingston clinic will have the pleasure of being treated by the wonderful Jade Miles. Jade is a registered nurse who has completed her formal training in earwax removal. You can expect a safe and thorough wax removal procedure when you’re in the trusted hands of Jade.

New Earworx Clinic - Kingston, South Canberra

Where Can I Find the Clinic?

We are located at:

Wentworth Avenue Family Practice
55 Wentworth Avenue
Kingston ACT 2604

How Can I Make an Appointment?

You can book your appointment via our easy to use online booking system.


Phone: 1800 327 967
Otherwise, feel free to contact us directly:


What’s Involved in the Earworx Procedure?

Earwax occurs naturally and plays an important role in protecting our ear canals. A healthy amount of ear wax protects the skin in our ears and is essential in lubricating the ear canal and helping to prevent infection. However, too much wax can become a problem.

Upon visiting the Kingston Clinic, you will be assessed by a GP to determine whether the procedure provided by Earworx is required. If removal is recommended, our Earworx registered nurse, Jade, will use gentle micro-suction to safely remove the built-up wax from your canal.

Using ‘loupes’, which are magnified glasses fitted with a bright light, Jade will be able to see directly into your ear canal. The entire process is safe, pain-free and will be over before you know it.

Symptoms of Excess Earwax

Excess wax can cause uncomfortable symptoms such as dizziness, loss of hearing, itching, pain and inner ear ringing.

If you’re a regular swimmer or diver, wear headphones or a hearing aid, use cotton buds in your ears, or have hairy or narrow ear canals, you could be at risk of an excessive build-up of earwax. It is also possible to be genetically predisposed to over-producing wax.

It’s important to never attempt to manually remove earwax yourself. Using your finger or a cotton bud can push the wax further down the canal and cause permanent damage.

If you believe you have wax related symptoms, don’t hesitate and book an appointment today.

Why Choose Us

  • We offer a safe and reliable earwax removal procedure
  • Our nurses are trained in the micro-suction wax removal and are qualified aural care practitioners who perform these procedures daily
  • Because the procedure is performed under direct observation, most or all of the wax can be removed safely and gently