We are still the Home of Australian Made Mattresses!

Since the 1990s, we have been helping Australians live well through sound sleep with our extensive range of Sleepyhead and SleepMaker mattresses!

Even during these uncertain times, we will continue to support our customers to help them get better sleep! At Beds R Us the wellbeing of our people and community, including you, is our utmost priority.

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We are open for business

With many things rapidly changing, we want to let you know that our stores are still open for business. The operators of Beds R Us stores are working diligently to ensure customers, staff and contractors are assisted through the coronavirus challenges with safety in mind.

As we continue to service local communities, you may see store operations and practices adjust as we adapt with the expert advice provided by health officials and government. While every measure is being taken to ensure we remain safe and able to assist you, we acknowledge that some localised temporary closures may occur as a necessity. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

Please get in touch with your local store about their trading status, as circumstances continue to evolve.


contact your local store for info

or shop online and we’ll deliver to you!

Status updated: as at 12:00pm, 9 July 2021

What are your shopping options?

We want to be able to help you achieve better sleep all while staying safe too! So here are the quick breakdowns of the covid situation and your shopping options as we know it. This is to ensure you can get the best shopping experience and advice from our mattress experts even during uncertain times!

When in doubt, shop online!
For those areas in lockdown or under strict restrictions, you can still shop online and we can deliver to you!

Queensland

Status: Lockdown ended

Duration: ends 6pm, Saturday 3 July

Mandatory face masks rules do apply when out in public for parts of Queensland

Northern Territory

Status: Lockdown ended

Duration: ends 1pm, 2 July

Mandatory face masks rules do apply when out in public for parts of Northern Territory.

New South Wales

Status: Lockdown for Greater Sydney region, including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour

Duration: extended the lockdown to 11.59pm on Friday 16 July

Victoria

Status: Lockdown ended

Masks will no longer be mandatory in Victorian schools and private workplaces from Friday, as part of the latest easing out of lockdown restrictions.

Masks will continue to be required in “indoor, public-facing settings” unless an exemption applies.

Tasmania

Status: no restrictions

People can leave their homes for any reason and there are no restrictions on travel around the state.

South Australia

Face masks are not mandatory for the general community, but it is recommended to wear a mask when out in public if you are unable to physically distance yourself from others.