Is it time for new bedding? Even though we spend nearly a third of our lives in bed, many of us need to be reminded that looking after our bedding is important.

Whether it concerns worn-out pillows that dont offer enough support for our neck and shoulders, blankets that have become worn and thin, or quilts that have lost their bounce, Spotlight is the place to come to for great quality bedding.

You will be amazed at how much of a difference replacing your bedding makes to the quality of your sleep! Hygienic bedding is important for all of us, but especially for allergy sufferers or people with skin and breathing issues, and Spotlight offers a great range of hypoallergenic bedding too.

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  •   Jaspa Black Australian Wool Reversible Underlay

    Jaspa Black Australian Wool Reversible Underlay

    Sleep well all year around with this magnificent wool underlay. Made from Woolmark Australian wool, this underlay keeps you snugly warm in winter and helps to regulate your body temperature by wicking moisture away from your skin. It's filled with 200gsm wool and topped with 400gsm wool, offering su...

    Was: $229.99 - $339.99

    Now: $160.99 - $237.99

  •   Jaspa Black All Season Wool Quilt

    Jaspa Black All Season Wool Quilt

    Stay cosy all year with this premium quilt. Filled with Woolmark approved Australian Excel Wool, this quilt features a cotton japara cover which provides plenty of comfort and protection....

    Was: $189.99 - $249.99

    Now: $132.99 - $174.99

  •   Ever Rest Memory Foam Travel Neck Pillow

    Ever Rest Memory Foam Travel Neck Pillow

    Arrive at your destination refreshed and relaxed thanks to this wonderful travel pillow. Urethane memory foam softens with your body heat and moulds to the contours of your body, giving your head, neck and spine the support they really need. Memory foam is antibacterial and resistant to mould and du...

    Was: $21.99

    Now: $13.19

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  •   Brampton House U Shape Neck Travel Pillow

    Brampton House U Shape Neck Travel Pillow

    Travelling long distances is nice and comfortable with this travel pillow. Contoured to sit around your neck and over your shoulders, this pillow supports your head and neck muscles when you just can't lie down.

    Was: $11.99

    Now: $7.19

  •   Tontine I'm Allergy Sensitive Medium Height & Feel Pillow

    Tontine I'm Allergy Sensitive Medium Height & Feel Pillow

    This medium loft pillow is generally fine for most sleepers. Machine washable, this pillow has Ultrafibre filling as a a fantastic hypoallergenic alternative to feather and down.

    Was: $32.99

    Now: $19.79

  •   Crestell Aerosphere Pillow

    Crestell Aerosphere Pillow

    For a plump, comfortable pillow with plenty of support, take a look at the Crestell Aerosphere. This pillow is filled with a durable micro-denier fibre designed not to twist, tangle or clump, which means it will keep its loft and shape for longer than regular pillows....

    Was: $76.99

    Now: $53.89

  •   Jaspa Family Care Side Sleeper Pillow

    Jaspa Family Care Side Sleeper Pillow

    Enjoy a restful nights sleep on your side with this generously filled, comfortable pillow. Approved by the National Asthma Council of Australia, it's also a superb choice for asthmatics.

    Was: $34.99

    Now: $24.49

  •   Tontine I'm High & Mighty Pillow

    Tontine I'm High & Mighty Pillow

    Side sleepers, rejoice! The Tontine High and Mighty pillow is designed to give you all the support you need as you sleep. The high profile helps to keep your spine straight and lets your muscles relax, so you don’t have a stiff neck in the morning. Filled with a springy synthetic Ultrafibre, this pi...

    Was: $32.99

    Now: $19.79

  •   Tontine I'm Easy To Care For Pillow 2 Pack

    Tontine I'm Easy To Care For Pillow 2 Pack

    This handy two-pack of pillows is great for the whole family. These pillows have a medium loft suitable for those who like to sleep on their back or side, and are filled with a springy synthetic Ultrafibre which won’t lose its bounce after washing. The fibres are anti-bacterially treated to prevent ...

    Reg: $32.99

    VIP: $19.79

  •   Brampton House Anti-bacterial Pillow

    Brampton House Anti-bacterial Pillow

    This anti-bacterial pillow is the perfect solution for allergy sufferers. Filled with a hypoallergenic polyester fibre, this pillow is both free of harmful substances and a poor environment for mould, mildew and dust mites which can exacerbate allergies and cause respiratory problems. It has a mid t...

    Was: $26.99

    Now: $16.19

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  •   Tontine I'm Easy To Care For European Pillow

    Tontine I'm Easy To Care For European Pillow

    Commonly used for sitting up in bed, European pillows are a great way to give your back the support it needs. Tontine Easy Care pillows are machine washable and filled with a springy synthetic Ultrafibre which won’t lose its bounce after cleaning. The fibres are anti-microbial treated to prevent mou...

    Reg: $27.99

    VIP: $16.79

  •   Jaspa Infinity Micropol Pillow

    Jaspa Infinity Micropol Pillow

    This pillow combines comfortable support with a low allergy rating, due to the innovative MicroPol fibre which has been used to fill it.

    Was: $69.99

    Now: $48.99

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Can I buy bedding at Spotlight?

Yes, we have a large selection of bedding available both online and in our stores. We stock mattress protectors, toppers and underlays, pillows, quilts, blankets and coverlets in all bed sizes. We also stock electric blankets. Our bedding brands include Ever Rest, Logan & Mason, Tontine, Brampton House, Jason and many more, and contain everyday bedding as well as specialist items, all at guaranteed low prices.

What kind of bedding is right for me?

That very much depends on what kind of sleeper you are, and which sleeping conditions you prefer. Some people like to sleep in a warm room with light covering, while others like a cool room but a thick duvet. Pillows should be thinner if you sleep on your tummy or back, and thicker for side-sleepers, to give enough support. Restless sleepers or people whose partner always hogs the largest part of the blanket or duvet may like to buy bedding that is the next size up, to ensure they get their fair share of cover in the night.

What should I look for when selecting quilts?

Quilts are available in different thicknesses, so many people have a different quilt for summer and winter to allow for the difference in temperature. If you prefer natural materials, choose either a feather and/or down quilt or a wool quilt. Synthetic materials also make very good quilt fillings and are often lighter in weight than wool or feather bedding. Asthma sufferers or people with allergies should look for hypoallergenic quilts or allergy sensitive information on the labels.

What is the difference between a mattress cover and a mattress topper?

A mattress cover is used to protect your mattress, by forming a barrier between your bed linen and the mattress. It can help prevent sweat, dead skin cells, hairs, and dirt that we all shed in the night from settling into your mattress, where they form a wonderful breeding ground for bacteria, dust mites and the like. Waterproof mattress covers will also protect against fluid spills and accidents, but because of their waterproof qualities they do not allow the air to circulate quite so well.

A mattress topper is an extra layer of comfort and softness between you and the mattress. Ideal for when your mattress is getting a bit older, or if you find the sleeping surface a little to firm. Mattress toppers can also add extra warmth and help to relieve pressure points during sleeping.

How often should I replace my bedding?

For beds that are slept in every night, it is recommended that bedding is replaced every two to three years, providing it is cleaned regularly in that time. Pillows may need to be changed more frequently, especially for people who smoke or people who spend more time in bed through illness. Bedding on guest beds that are only occasionally used can have a lifespan of five or more years. Always follow the manufacturers care instructions on labels or packaging as some bedding can be washed, while other items may need to be aired or dry-cleaned. Very large quilts may not be able to be cleaned in a domestic washing machine, but need to go to a commercial laundry.

Why are there so many types of pillows?

The choice of pillow is a very personal one and we all have our own preferences when it comes to size, shape, thickness and firmness of pillows. Some hotel chains now offer pillow menus to their guests so they can choose the kind of pillow they would be most comfortable sleeping on! Experts recommend different pillow thicknesses for back or tummy sleepers, people who sleep on their side and even for pregnant women. In addition, like with other bedding products, you can choose from natural fillings such as feather or down, as well as a range of synthetic fillings, all with different bounce and loft. People who suffer from allergies or asthma may benefit from hypoallergenic pillows that fight the build-up of bacteria and dust mites.