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The best mattresses in Australia

We found the 10 best mattresses based on real customer reviews so you can get a perfect night’s sleep.

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The best mattresses in Australia

How did we pick this list?

Our editorial team selected the products on this list based on actual customer reviews. For each category, we carefully selected parameters based on our research and identified mattresses with the highest review score within those parameters.

Read more detail on our methodology below.

Best mattress under $1,000: Eva Mattress

Product image of an Eva Mattress

  • Gel foam keeps you cool in summer
  • Has a 120 night trial period
  • Not everyone wants a mattress in a box
  • Only comes in one level of firmness

Price (RRP): From $900 for a queen size mattress

Where to buy

Eva Mattress

Why we chose it

Eva Mattress is our pick for the best mattress you can get for less than $1,000. It has an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars from more than 2,000 customers on the Eva Mattress website and an average score of 4.5 out of 5 from more than 700 customers on productreview.com.au.

The Eva Mattress is a mattress-in-a-box with pocket springs and a layer of cooling memory foam designed to keep you cool during hot Aussie summers. The pocket springs help minimise partner disturbance and three layers of foam offer cushion and support.

Each mattress has a 12-year warranty and a 120 night trial period so you can make sure it's the right mattress for you.


Best mattress under $600: Original Mattress Factory Elements Medium Double/Queen

OMF Elements Medium Double/Queen mattress

  • 5-year warranty
  • Made in Australia
  • No free trial period
  • Only comes in double and queen sizes

Price (RRP): From $528 for a queen size mattress

Where to buy

Original Mattress Factory

Why we chose it

If you're keen to spend well under $600 for a queen mattress, the Elements Medium Double/Queen from Original Mattress Factory (OMF) has a lot to offer. With an RRP of $528, it's competitively priced. And with OMF chosen by customers as the best mattress brand in Australia in the 2019/20 Finder Retail Awards, the Elements Medium Double/Queen is our pick as the best budget mattress.

This medium mattress features a soft Euro top and a foam layer in the base for extra support. It comes with a 5-year warranty and is available in double and queen sizes.


Best luxury mattress: Latex Mattress Australia Pure Comfort

Latex Mattress Australia Pure Comfort

  • Made from natural latex
  • Washable cover
  • There are other high-end mattresses that can be had for cheaper
  • Some incentivised reviews

Price (RRP): From $8,895 for a queen size mattress

Where to buy

Latex Mattress Australia

Why we chose it

If you're happy to spend top dollar to get a quality mattress, we recommend checking out the Pure Comfort mattress from Latex Mattress Australia. With an average score of 4.9 out of 5 from more than 330 customer ratings on productreview.com.au, it's been well received by consumers.

Made from 100% pure and natural latex, the Pure Comfort features a quilted Tencel cover that's removable and washable. It's available as a king, queen, double, king single, long single and single, while custom sizes can also be ordered.

And while it's priced at close to $9,000, it's frequently on sale for less than $7,000.


Best mattress in a box: Sleeping Duck Mattress

Sleeping Duck Mattress

  • Heaps of positive customer reviews
  • Change your firmness level for free in the first 100 nights
  • There are more affordable options
  • Some complaints about mattress sagging over time

Price (RRP): From $1,449 for a queen size mattress

Where to buy

Sleeping Duck

Why we chose it

With an average score of 4.8 out of 5 from more than 3,000 customer reviews on productreview.com.au, Sleeping Duck's range of mattresses are definitely worth considering if you're buying a bed in a box.

The mattress features five-zone pocket springs, high-density polyurethane foam, Hyper-Adaptive foam and a bamboo cover to provide comfort and support. You can choose a medium, firm or half-and-half mattress, and every mattress comes with a 100-night trial.

The Sleeping Duck Mattress is available as a single, king single, double, queen or king.


Best pocket spring mattress: Ausbeds Sienna

Ausbeds Sienna

  • 10-year build quality guarantee
  • Three firmness levels
  • Some complaints about the weight of the mattress
  • Transport fee for warranty pickups

Price (RRP): From $1,250 for a queen size mattress

Where to buy

Ausbeds

Why we chose it

With an average rating of 4.9 out of 5 from more than 280 reviews on productreview.com.au, the Sienna range of mattresses from Ausbeds is our top pick in this category.

Featuring 716 pocket springs to prevent sag and minimise partner disturbance, the Sienna also features gel memory foam that moulds to your body shape. It's reinforced with a high-density polyfoam wall, and is covered in a Tencel fabric to help keep you cool.


Best memory foam mattress: Ergoflex Memory Foam Mattress

Ergoflex Memory Foam Mattress

  • Temperature-regulating inner core
  • 10-year warranty
  • The mattress in a box model isn't for everyone
  • Some incentivised reviews

Price (RRP): From $1,499 for a queen size mattress

Where to buy

ErgoFlex

Why we chose it

If you're searching for the best memory foam mattress, the Ergoflex Memory Foam Mattress boasts an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 from almost 1,400 reviews on productreview.com.au.

Another mattress in a box option, the Ergoflex features a five-layer sleep system designed to provide support, mould to your body shape and prevent partner disturbance. The Tencel outer cover is machine washable, and the mattress features an airflow system for temperature regulation.

The Ergoflex is available as a single, long single, king single, double, queen and king. And while it's priced at $1,499, you could order an Ergoflex mattress for under $1,050 at the time of writing.


Best latex mattress: Zenna Mattress

Zenna Mattress

  • 100% natural latex
  • 10-year guarantee
  • There are cheaper options available
  • No free shipping for WA customers

Price (RRP): From $1,595 for a queen size mattress

Where to buy

Zenna

Why we chose it

Boasting an average rating of 4.9 out of 5 from 90 reviews on productreview.com.au, the Zenna Pure Latex Mattress takes the win here.

Made from 100% natural European latex, this mattress is designed to naturally adjust to your body. It's free of harmful chemicals and features a washable bamboo cover, and the Zenna is also backed by a 10-year guarantee.

Choose from a single, king single, double, queen or king.


Best mattress with same-day delivery: Koala Mattress

Koala Mattress

  • Ships in 4 hours to major Australian cities areas
  • 120-night trial
  • Same-day delivery isn't available outside of select metro areas
  • Firmness isn't adjustable

Price (RRP): From $1,050 for a queen size mattress

Where to buy

Koala Mattress

Why we chose it

If you live in metro Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane or Perth, you can get a Koala Mattress delivered in as little as 4 hours. This bed-in-a-box comes compressed for easier set up and holds an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars from more than 3,000 customers on productreview.com.

For more information, check out our full Koala Mattress review.


Best mattress topper: MicroCloud Mattress Topper

MicroCloud Mattress Topper

  • Soft and comfortable
  • Hypoallergenic
  • There are cheaper options available
  • Some customers complain the topper doesn't provide enough comfort

Price (RRP): From $290 for a queen size mattress topper

Where to buy

MicroCloud

Why we chose it

With an average score of 4.7 out of 5 from almost 450 reviews on productreview.com.au, the MicroCloud mattress topper takes the win in this category.

Claimed to offer "five-star-hotel" comfort, this mattress topper is designed to add softness to any mattress. Made from fibre fill and free of any animal products, the topper is hypoallergenic and antimicrobial. It's also odourless, comes with a three-year warranty, and is available for beds ranging in sizes from single up to super king.

Check out more options in our roundup of the best mattress toppers in Australia.


Best kids mattress: Eco Kids Mattress

Eco Kids Mattress

  • Comfortable and supportive
  • Durable
  • Not cheap

Price (RRP): From $599 for a single mattress

Where to buy

Eco Kids

Why we chose it

The Eco Kids Mattress is our pick as the best for children, scoring an average of 4.9 out of 5 from 84 ratings on productreview.com.au.

Featuring a natural bamboo fabric that's breathable and anti-microbial, it also includes a Chiro Flex ES spring with 158 springs per square metre. Comfort is provided by a layer of HD Dunlop Enduro Support Medium foam which is approved by the National Asthma Council Australia.

The Eco Kids Mattress is available as a single, long single, king single and a double.


Methodology

  • We based our findings on reviews from real customers.
  • We compared mattresses from more than 16 brands.
  • The products on this list are chosen by our editorial team and are not selected based on commercial relationships.

For more information, check our our guide on how to choose the perfect mattress for you.


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