Before you get started, you should get to know some basics first. Binoculars are basically two identical telescopes mounted side-by-side and aligned to point at the same direction. The great thing about them is that by using both eyes (i.e. binocular vision), you get a three-dimensional image and an impression of depth, even when viewing distant objects, which is helpful and sometimes even crucial for activities such as spectator sports, birdwatching, hunting, and boating.
When browsing through our range of binoculars, you can figure out their specifications by the numbers in their names. The number before the 'x' refers to their magnification or power, and the number after the 'x' refers to their aperture or objective lens diameter size. So for example, a Carl Zeiss 10x50 binoculars has 10x magnification and a 50mm aperture size. To learn more about binoculars and how to choose the perfect pair for yourself, check out our guide on Binoculars and How to Buy Them.
We have a huge range of binoculars for sale, so we've categorised them based on type, usage, specifications and price to help you narrow it down. Many of our popular binoculars also include user reviews to help you in your decision-making process. Better yet, contact us and speak to any of our binocular experts – we always strive to offer the best price and service in Australia so we'll definitely help you find the perfect pair of binoculars tailored to your needs and preferences.
Retail Price $199