Responsible Business Journey

Snooze is committed to ensuring our industry becomes more environmentally sustainable so we can all sleep better at night, knowing we are making a positive contribution towards our planet’s future.

Snooze has a long history of helping Australians get a better night’s sleep. As we walk towards the future, our aim is to keep doing what we do best with an unwavering focus on sustainability.

In every Snooze store, you will find sustainable and thoughtfully made products across our furniture, bedding and linen ranges. We continue to work closely with our suppliers and manufacturers to develop more sustainable products and packaging. We are also partnering with visionary social enterprises and organisations to help find alternative disposal options for pre-loved mattresses.

Ocean Plastic Prevention

Our Suprelle® Blue range of bedding is made with Advansa Suprelle Blue. The fibres used to make this range are made from ocean-bound plastic waste collected exclusively by Plastic Bank®. Plastic Bank builds ethical recycling ecosystems in underprivileged coastal communities, empowering locals by offering premium payment or services in return for collected plastic waste.

Organic Cotton

Our Organic Stone Washed Cotton sheet set and quilt cover set are GOTS certified. GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres, including ecological and social criteria, backed by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain.

Alpaca Fleece

This is a wonder fibre, combining softness with strength to help provide warmth while being lightweight and eco-friendly. Unlike its wool counterpart, it contains no lanolin, meaning it doesn’t require chemical cleaning after harvesting, and is often a more suitable option for people with sensitivities to wool. Considered a luxury fibre, much like mohair and cashmere, Alpaca also has tiny air pockets that help improve breathability and repel moisture. In short, Alpaca fleece has an extensive range of benefits. Our Alpaca quilts are proudly made in Australia from farm gate to factory floor. The fleece is farmed locally, and the quilt is carefully crafted by an Australian company.

Australian Made

Snooze is passionate about supporting Australian businesses. We are proud to offer a wide range of locally made bedroom furniture, mattresses and bedding while continuing to grow and expand our offering.

The timbers sourced and used in our furniture ranges are PEFC approved and FSC certified.

PEFC stands for the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification which is an international, non-profit, non-governmental organisation. It promotes sustainable forest management through independent third party certification.

The FSC, Forest Stewardship Council, is an international non-profit, multi-stakeholder organisation established in 1993. It promotes responsible management of the worlds forest.

We offer a range of mattresses to nurture growing families as well as indulge those who desire pure luxury. Mattresses made in Australia include Sealy, SleepTailor, Madison and Slumberland.

100% Recyclable Packaging

Our Snooze branded quilts are packaged in FSC-certified cardboard packaging, and our Snooze shopping bags are made from 100% recycled craft paper. In addition to improving the sustainability of our packaging, we partner with manufacturers who supply mattress bags made with 100% LDPE (low-density polyethylene).

Shopping Bags

Branded Quilts

Action Against Landfill

SoftLanding is a social enterprise company which provides employment to people otherwise experiencing barriers to employment. SoftLanding can collect your old mattresses and bases directly from outside your home address for a small fee. They help to reduce landfill as they recover components to recycle.

SoftLanding is available in Victoria, NSW and WA. BounceBack is available in South Australia. Please visit the Australian Bedding Stewardship Council to find accredited mattress and bedding recyclers in your state.

Preventing Modern-Day Slavery

The Australian Modern Slavery Act 2018 is a Federal Act that requires businesses operating in Australia to report annually on the risks of modern slavery in their operations and supply chains. You can read our Modern Slavery Statement/s by searching Snooze in the Modern Slavery Statement Register.

Considered Partnerships

We are continually looking for ways to help protect our planet by partnering with organisations that advocate for sustainable fabrics, processes, and materials.

Snooze & The Smith Family

Snooze partners with The Smith Family. The Smith Family is a national, independent children’s charity, helping Australian children in need to get the most out of their education so they can create better futures for themselves. Together, our goal is to help improve access to education, retention and academic achievement for Australian students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

You can donate at your local Snooze store, or online, and help make a difference to the life of a child.


Snooze, together with sister company Select-O-Pedic, partners with BlockTexx to help divert pre-loved linens from landfill. BlockTexx is an Australian company that collects linens and converts them into valuable resources using state-of-the-art technology.

The Australian Bedding Stewardship Council

Snooze proudly partners with the Australian Bedding Stewardship Council.

The ABSC is continuing the development and implement of a whole of lifecycle product stewardship scheme for mattresses and bedding industry. This is an industry facing organisation.

Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation

The Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) is a not-for-profit organisation leading the development of a circular recycling economy for packaging in Australia.

Sustainable Choice

Snooze is thrilled to be first in the Bedding category to become a Sustainable Choice Member. Sustainable Choice is a public database where brands can share their sustainability actions and impact and help conscious consumers make more informed choices.

Our story can be found at, the digital home of brand sustainability information.


United Nations Global Compact

Snooze has joined the United Nations Global Compact initiative — a voluntary leadership platform for developing, implementing and disclosing responsible business practices.

The UN Global Compact calls upon companies everywhere to align their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted human rights, labour, and environmental principles.

Our Commitment as UN GLOBAL Participants

There are 17 Sustainable Development Goals to help achieve a better and more sustainable future. In our first year as a UN Global Compact participant, Snooze has committed to the following four goals:

1. No Poverty

3. Good Health & Well-being

5. Gender Equality

11. Sustainable cities and communities

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