Best Alternative: Emma Comfort

Price Range:
Emma - $574.50 - $854.50
Eva - $750 - $1,150


  • Top Scoring Mattress 2021 and 2022 by CHOICE®
  • Designed and dedicated for Australian sleepers
  • Innovative Airgocell® regulates temperature
  • High-quality foams adapt to your body

Read: Emma Comfort Review

Emma is also a very popular mattress in Europe with over 4 million people sleeping on them. They are also an all foam mattress so have a similar pressure relief however most sleepers find it slightly firmer than standard memory foam.

The Emma Comfort has 2 layers of foam, including the breathable Point Elastic Airgocell®, and the supportive Supportive HRX Foam. Each layer of foam adapts to your body and evenly distributes your weight, preventing pressure points. Come home to Comfort with this all-foam mattress. 

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Best Hybrid Alternative: Origin

Pricing Range:
Origin - $414 - $814
Eva - $750 - $1,150


  • HexaGrid™ orthopedic layer 
  • Good value
  • 120 night trial + 15 year warranty

Read: Origin Review

Origin puts a lot of effort into R&D, and they take advice from the global markets where their mattresses are available; the UK, Singapore, and Australia. The mattress has won several awards thanks to patent-pending technology and a team of sleep experts. Let’s see the layers.

At the top; is the signature HexaGrid™ orthopedic layer that provides maximum comfort while cradling pressure points. There are two more layers of foam, a transitional layer, and a firmer layer. Individual pocket springs are located underneath that.

For deeper sleep, Origin foams are infused with cooling particles that maintain your body temperature at 18.3°C. To top it off, you get a 120 night trial and 15 year warranty.

Best Alternative : Macoda

Pricing Range:
Macoda – $800 – $1300
Eva - $750 - $1,150


  • Hybrid bed
  • Change the firmness
  • Zoned support

Read: Macoda Review

Macoda is a hybrid mattress of high quality, and comfort is also a close match too Eva in terms of pricing and comfort. The mattress was designed by two Australians who had comfort, quality and Aussie summer nights in mind. The Macoda keeps you cool with the natural pinhole latex, gel-infused memory foam, and the individually encased pocket springs.

The Macoda also is customisable, meaning you can change two foam inserts around for a different firmness level. If you’re a fussy sleeper it’s excellent, you can pick between a soft, medium and firm comfort feel,  and it only takes a couple of minutes.

The Macoda is a four-layer mattress in total. Three of the layers are foam, and then the base contains pocket springs which are encased in a plush bamboo cover that is as comfortable as it looks. The foam layers are latex, gel-infused memory foam, and high-density support foam.

Different Hybrid : Noa Luxe

Pricing Range:
Noa Luxe – $799 – $1399
Eva - $750 - $1,150


  • Well priced
  • High quality
  • Reach certified

Read: Noa Review

The Noa luxe is an upgrade alternative if you’re looking for a mattress that is unique and top of the range then this is the choice for you. The Luxe is the top of the range mattress in the Noa collection. Some of the extra features are the addition of bamboo charcoal latex which is an eco-friendly material that is fragrance-free, allergen-free, and non-toxic.

The porous structure makes the layer absorb excess moisture and repels odors. I haven’t seen another mattress have bamboo charcoal latex material before and it’s a great luxury to have in your mattress. The Noa Luxe includes a micro-coils layer that used to be included in the Eva design but was removed. The micro coils expand and contract in response to the pressure of your body, making the Noa Luxe extremely comfortable.

The mattress is slightly more expensive than the Eva, but with this mattress, you do get what you pay for.

Australian made : Hugo

Pricing Range:
Hugo - $695 - $1095
Eva - $750 - $1,150


  • Natural latex
  • Australian made
  • 4 layers of foam design

Read: Hugo Review

The Hugo is another memory foam alternative that is Australian made. With the Hugo, you get premium pressure relief and comfort without feeling ‘too-firm’ because of the combination of the four foam layers that is great for all body types and sleeping positions.

Being Australian made Hugo also has excellent customer service and offers same-day delivery to Melbourne metro areas and everywhere else in Aus is still fast and free.

The Hugo mattress still has increased airflow and bounce because of the foams used in the design. Starting at the top and working our way down, the latex top layer is naturally hypoallergenic and antimicrobial to reduce bacteria. Next, you have memory foam that matches your body’s natural contours, then a premium transition layer (that most mattresses skip over), and a high-density foam foundation that adds support and longevity.

Best Budget : Zinus ICoil

Pricing Range:
Zinus – $279 – $439
Eva - $750 - $1,150


  • It’s an affordable mattress
  • Certi-PUR US certified
  • Hybrid

Read: Zinus Review

The Zinus ICoil is our budget-friendly choice, it’s a great mattress, but you won’t be getting all the bells and whistles like the other mattresses on the list. However, for the price, it’s the best mattress we have found in Australia.

Most of the time, you will find the foams on cheap mattresses to be treated or contain nasty chemicals, which you will be breathing in every night, for years. However, the Zinus ICoil is Certi-PUR US certified, so you don’t have to worry about that.

You can find the Zinus ICoil on, it also includes a 10-year warranty and is also a hybrid mattress. But, don’t expect the same level of comfort as the other mattresses on the list.

Final Verdict

Hopefully, you have found the best choice for your alternative to Eva. We have a wide variety of mattresses on this list ranging from similar options in the hybrid mattress category and also all-foam beds for Aussies wanting a different sleeping experience.

We have included choices to make everyone happy. All of the beds have positive feedback from other Australians on and Choice, as well as single personal reviews on Sleepy’s Express.

Below are our top pick and runner ups.

Best Alternative : Emma (top pick)

If you’re looking for a memory foam alternative to Eva. Then the Emma Comfort is an excellent choice. It’s one of the most popular beds in Europe (and now Australia), winning over 30 awards and featuring bespoke patterned foams and technology.

It’s safe to say the Comfort gives a lot of people a better night’s sleep, and as a bonus, the mattress is very competitively priced, delivered for free in Australia (next day in metro areas), and it comes with a 100 night trail and a 10 year warranty.

Runner Ups

Best Hybrid Alternative : Origin

The mattress has a custom-developed and pattened HexaGrid™ orthopedic layer that provides maximum comfort while cradling pressure points. There are also two more foam layers, a transitional one and a firmer one. Underneath that are individual pocket springs.

The mattress has recently been redesigned to be even more comfortable and has a large customer base in the United Kingdom, Singapore, and Australia. In addition, it's very competitively priced, and you'll find it cheaper than most all-foam mattresses.

Different Hybrid Alternative : Noa Luxe

After premium comfort and miss the micro-coil design, Eva took out? The Noa Luxe is exponential quality for the price with the bamboo charcoal latex, durable pocket springs and micro-coils in addition to the already premium REACH certified foams make the mattress a comfortable and luxury item.

Currently, you can save $300 on the Noa Luxe.