Pure Mattress

Sleep supported. Awake refreshed. Our most luxurious and sustainable mattress moulds to your body to deliver the sleep of your dreams. Enjoy incomparable comfort and support – and say goodnight to partner disturbance and overheating.


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What makes Pure Mattress Responsible?

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Oeko Tex Standard 100 certified


No harmful substances or nasty chemicals are used to produce the Pure Mattress

BounceTech™ Dunlop Latex and Latex Foam

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We make our Pure Mattress from eco-friendly, high-performance materials like natural latex – harvested from rubber trees to create the perfect amount of support. Latex takes our most advanced mattress to the next level. Natural and sustainable, this luxurious material's properties are second to none. From premium comfort to pain relief, temperature regulation, and allergen control, it provides unparalleled benefits – promoting a quality of sleep you’ve never experienced before.

Recycled Felt

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Protective material for the pocket springs, made from 100% recycled materials.

Carbon neutral


All carbon produced to create and deliver the Pure Mattress is offset via Green Story

How To Dispose of Pure Mattress

Here at Ecosa, we wanted to give you an easy and accessible way to recycle your old and unwanted mattresses and bed sheets, rather than letting them be sent to landfills. So we created Ecosa’s Recycling Program. Learn more at https://www.ecosa.com.au/recycling

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    Old or Unwanted Mattress

    We have partnered with companies that will collect your old mattress from the front of your house, so you don’t need to hire a vehicle to transport your old and heavy mattress. After your mattress is collected, it is inspected in a local warehouse. Any mattress in good condition is sent to a charity, whilst the rest are taken apart, and the individual components are recycled.
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    Old or Unwanted Bedsheets

    Simply place your bedding into a box, generate an AusPost label through Ecosa and take your sheets-filled box to your nearest Australia Post office, where it will then be delivered to our textile recycling partner.

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