Cloud Mattress Range

Featuring TEMPUR® Extra Soft™ Material on top, the TEMPUR® Cloud mattress range instantly cushions you for an enveloping feeling, with all the supportive benefits of a TEMPUR®.


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What makes Cloud Mattress Range Responsible?

Responsible Packaging

We are a member of the Australian Bedding Stewardship Council. We’re in talks with mattress recyclers worldwide to identify potential opportunities for used foams - and gain important learnings for future product development of more sustainable components. The brown boxes our mattresses come in are made from up to 78% recycled fibres. In the Australia we’re on track to complete a sustainability audit of all external product suppliers and set packaging sustainability goals by the end of 2023 to ensure a sustainable supply chain.


All TEMPUR® mattresses have a 10-year lifespan, meaning they need replacing less frequently. We’re always looking for new ways to repurpose or upcycle. We offer easy upgrade options – you can replace the top cover of your mattress to give it a new lease of life and make it last longer. The covers on TEMPUR® mattresses and pillows can be separated from the foam core so they can enter separate recycling streams. Our mattresses’ foam cores are made up of 3-4 layers from materials of the same origin to enable better recyclability. When our mattresses reach their end of life, the polyurethane foam can be cleaned and shredded for use in carpet underlay, insulation panels, car seats and boxing pads. And we are continuously searching for more ways to utilise our unique material.

How To Dispose of Cloud Mattress Range

  • Return to Collection Point


    We are a founding member of the Recycle My Mattress Program. Recycle My Mattress partners with social enterprise recyclers such as SoftLanding, with the aim of saving mattresses from landfill. SoftLanding can dispose of your mattress, or base, from $40 to $77 per item (depending on where you reside). SoftLanding operates in ACT, Victoria, WA, and parts of NSW including Sydney, Illawarra, Hunter, Queanbeyan and Willoughby Council, Armadale Council. If you reside in an area apart from the above, contact your local council as many councils are trying their own recycling programs for mattresses and bases.