Best Pillow in Australia: Top 8 (2020 reviews)

 

This blog will help you find the best pillow in Australia.  We know that there are many pillow brands and pillow types such as: Polyester pillows, Memory foam pillows and Feather pillows.  So we have come up with this list that will save you time and money by giving you a review of the best pillow.  

Before we go into the list it is important to consider what the most comfortable pillow is for you personally.  So we wrote a guide to finding the most comfortable pillow which considers your sleep position (for instance if you are side sleeper or back sleeper), head and neck support, preferred pillow material and your budget.  You can read more details on these steps here which will help you select the best pillow from the list below.

 

1. #GoKindly Pillow

The #GoKindly Signature pillow is great value at $66 and has been reviewed as a 5 star pillow by customers.  The pillow is an Australian made pillow and the biggest plus is 50% of profits go to supporting vulnerable women in the community.  

This pillow is sold on this website which is hosted by #GoKindly social enterprise.  Yes we are biased!  But is there any other pillow that is comfortable, Australian made, great value and helps women experiencing homelessness?  

The pillow is a structured pillow with a 100% cotton outer and polyester fill to ensure longevity and ease of cleaning.  The pillow has side-panels to provide extra neck support and to hold shape.  There are no questions asked for returns and full refunds are provided. 

The pillow is ethically sourced and made in Australia.  Unlike many other pillows, there is no single-use plastic packaging.  Other pluses are that the pillow is low-allergen and machine washable for a long-life.

It has standard sizing – of 65 x 45cm.  It is comfortable, springy, hard wearing and a good all-rounder pillow so it is suitable for all sleep positions including side sleepers and back sleepers. 

Price: $66 (Free shipping to anywhere in Australia)

This pillow is great value for money.  For every four pillows sold #GoKindly funds one nights accommodation for a woman experiencing homelessness. 

You can buy the pillow here

 

2. Koala pillow

Koala pillow

The Koala pillow is a Memory Foam pillow with a Tencel outer.  This pillow has a 120 night money back guarantee, and is rated well.  Their customer service is great and many customers like the pillow design.  This is a firmer pillow and that helps some with providing greater neck support.  However, the pillow can be flipped for a softer side which is impressive.  The dimensions are a bit longer than the standard bedroom pillow, at 74 cm x 40.5 cm.  Overall, this Memory foam pillow has been well reviewed, and we agree with their verdict.  

Price: $150

Koala is an Australian brand and the pillow is made in China. 

The price may stretch some on a Budget but if you are looking for a Memory Foam pillow, we do think the Koala Pillow is a good option.

You can buy the pillow here.

3. Ecosa pillow

Ecosa pillow

The Ecosa pillow is a Memory foam pillow.  They have a 100-day guarantee.  The dimensions are a little smaller than the standard bedroom pillow, at 56 cm x 38 cm.  The Ecosa pillow is well rated, and customers mention the flexible design which allows additional panels to be added to change the height.  Another added feature is that they provide compression bags so you can compress your pillow and take it with you travelling.  Overall, a well-reviewed pillow with a good shape and at the same price point as Koala.

Price: $150 RRP

Ecosa is an Australian brand and this pillow is made in China.   

Like the Koala pillow, the price may stretch some on a Budget but it is a good pillow.  The Ecosa pillow and Koala pillow are hard to split.  They are both reputable brands and it shows they invest in their customer service.

You can buy the pillow online here.

4. Dentons

Dentons pillow

The Dentons Medi Rest is a memory foam pillow.  The pillow is targeted at people wanting a medium to high pillow.  The pillow is a standard sized, at 63.5cm x 38cm and will fit your pillowcases well. It has a removable outer cover can be machine washed.

Price: $150 RRP 

Some of Dentons pillows are made in Australia and some are made in China and USA.  While this pillow may not be right for everyone we still think its worth considering.

You can buy the pillow online here. 

 

5. Downtime down pillow

 Down pillow

The Downtime Deluxe White Duck Down Pillow is at a good price point if you are preferring a down pillow.  This is made from duck feather and down so wont be suitable for Vegans.  The pillow has a lot of filling that provides good support.  This pillow is not Australian made. The price is good value considering some down pillows can be very expensive.  If you are looking for a down pillow we think this is a good option.  

Price: $99.99 RRP

You can buy the pillow through Adairs online here. 

 

6. Dunlopillow Latex

Pillow

The Dunlopillow latex range RRP’s at $149.  Latex was originally sourced from the sap of a tree but products are generally now made from synthetic forms of latex.  They are a good alternative from memory foam as it may feel slightly softer.  This latex pillow is reviewed as having good support and spring to it, and is a good ‘all-rounder’ pillow.  The Barefoot Investor has recommended this pillow to his readers. It is worth mentioning that there is no return option unless the pillow is faulty.  It is not recommended for machine washing however there is a removable cotton outer. 

This pillow is made in China.   

You can buy the pillow online here. 

 

7. Spinaleze

Pillow

The Spinaleze pillow RRP’s for $219, with free shipping. It is Australian Made, Memory Foam. At 55x 36cm, it is smaller than standard pillow size. As it is memory foam, it is not machine washable. It is described by customers as having a luxurious feel and as being supportive which is exactly what this pillow was designed to provide. 

You can buy this pillow here. 

 

8. Tempur

Pillow

The Traditional Tempur pillow is generally sold through Harvey Norman and Domayne stores, as well as Snooze. It measures 70x40cm – so will fit well into a standard pillowcase. They can be machine washable and RRP for around $249.  This is at a high price point so will be above some peoples budget however it is a good option for a foam pillow. 

You can buy this pillow here

Final thoughts

A final tip is to use google to find pillow retailers and search their website for customer reviews.  Look for the star ratings and read the comments as you will get an insight into people’s experience with their pillow and customer satisfaction.  You want a pillow with 100% no questions asked, money back guarantee so check the terms and conditions of the sale. 

Buying the right pillow is one of the best investments you can make.  We hope this has helped fast track you to finding the best pillow in Australia so you can get the best nights sleep.