Sydney Voice Clinic











Sydney Voice Clinic is recognised as one of Australia’s premier voice clinics. As one of Australia’s first established integrated voice clinic, Professor Havas’ partnerships with audiologists and speech pathologists have been highly valuable. He has pioneered advancements that have been adopted across the world for the diagnosis and treatment of the full range of voice problems. Sydney Voice clinic is one of the few clinics utilising the latest video endoscopic , electrophysiologic diagnostic techniques – each patient receives a video of their upper aerodigestive tract – this file serves as a transportable permanent record of health.


Our Sydney Voice Clinic covers:

  • Loss of Voice

  • Change in Voice

  • Voice Fatigue

  • Difficulty Swallowing

  • Vocal Nodules

  • Vocal Polyps

  • Silent Reflux

  • Reflux related Pharyngeal Laryngitis

  • Laryngeal Laser Surgery

  • Video stroboscopy


Our Training

  • International fellowship training

  • Forefront of clinical academic research

  • Proven technical versatility

  • Outstanding clinical and surgical results

Our Experience 

  • Established 25 years ago

  • Among the first integrated Voice Clinic in Australia

  • The first to adopt endoscopic diagnostic techniques

  • Vast experience in video stroboscopy and complex acoustic analysis

  • Prof. Thomas Havas has performed thousands of cases.

  • Proven Record of innovation/instrument/operation design

  • Amongst leading laser surgeons in the world

Commitment to Excellence

  • Large experience with elite actors/singers/performers/voice users

  • Absolute discretion guaranteed

  • Extensive peer-reviewed publications in this area

32 years of experience


Jocelyn Priestley

  • Over 26 years experience in Voice

  • FEES (fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing) was introduced to Australia by Sydney Voice Clinic after Robert Bastian presented his version in Adelaide in 1991. Until this time speech pathologist had not use endoscopes for swallowing assessment.

  • Published research papers on voice in international refereed journals, J. Voice, Laryngoscope, Aust. J Otolaryngology, Aust. NZ J. Surg. and written articles on voice.

  • Lectured at various tertiary institutions on voice including A.I.M. ISA a visiting lecturer at NIDA for 20 years.

  • Presented at numerous speech pathology, singing and Laryngology conferences in Australia, New Zealand and Japan.

  • Run Voice Workshops: for singing and voice teachers, choirs, teachers, actors, singers and speech pathologists.

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Prof. Thomas E Havas

  • Professor Thomas Havas is one of Australia’s most outstanding Otolaryngologists. He has a special interest in laryngology and voice disorder.

  • He has shown remarkable innovation in instrument design; having designed a set of video micro-laryngoscopes, a whole range of malleable rotatable instruments and designed numerous invasive and laser techniques to facilitate appropriate surgeries for laryngeal and voice disorders.

  • Professor Thomas Havas is a widely published academic with more than 100-refereed articles, numerous textbook chapters, textbooks, monograms, videotapes and audiotapes.











Sydney Voice Clinic Address:

506/1 Newland Street,
Bondi Junction NSW 2022

T   02 9387 7360
F   02 9369 4463

Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.