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The mattress designed to keep your kids in bed: 'They can't wait for bedtime'

Now everyone in the family can good a good night's sleep.

If you're struggling to get your kids to stay in their bed all night, help is at hand. Sleep Republic's multi-award-winning mattress is now available as a kids' mattress.

Perfect for toddlers who are just starting off in their own big bed, it has enhanced edge support to reduce the risk of children rolling off during the night.

Meanwhile, the high tensile steel springs around the full perimeter prevent sagging, so if your little one prefers you to lie with them, it's ideal for co-sleeping too.

Woman and child lying on Sleep Republic kids' mattress
Sleep Republic's kids' mattress helps children sleep better in their own beds. Photo: Supplied

Delighted parents can't believe the difference the mattress has made to their children's sleep quality. "They can't wait for bedtime and now they sleep through the night," ravesd one dad. In an online review "My daughter falls asleep so quickly and easily," agreed another mum. "It's extremely comfortable."

Uninterrupted sleep

The mattress is made from eco-friendly materials and is naturally hypo-allergenic, dust-free, contaminant-free and non-toxic. This makes it ideal for asthma and allergy sufferers. Made from a breathable fabric, it's self-ventilating so your child doesn't get too hot at night, helping promote a better night's sleep.


With over three times more springs than a standard pocket spring mattress, the mattress is perfect for growing kids too. Designed to support children from age two to 16, it provides maximum support and comfort for developing bodies.

The ideal place to hang out, study and read, it comes in three sizes; single, king single and double, so is perfect for any size room.

"My little one used to toss and turn all night, but ever since we got this mattress, she sleeps like a baby (pun intended)," said one happy customer.

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