Ultra-absorbent, easy to use and machine-washable.

Premium Reusable Nappies

Trusted and loved by cloth nappy users across Australia.

Learn why Aussie Mums Love NappyLuxe

"They Contain Everything"

Hear from 5 Aussie mums about why NappyLuxe is their go-to brand of cloth nappy. Having tried 50+ brands between them, these mums know what's important in choosing a good nappy: reliability, containment of mess, softness, cute prints, and more.

Why NappyLuxe?

With lots of competing brands and nappy styles, it can be hard to know who to trust. The truth is, not all cloth nappies are made equal. Many competing brands are made of low-quality materials and do not include crucial design features. 

Watch our customer videos to hear first-hand how we stack up against the competition and why we are the go-to brand for experienced cloth nappy users.  

"Stunning, Absorbent Nappy!

I was surprised by just how absorbent this nappy was. Overall, this nappy is high quality, fits well and the customer service is excellent"

Tahnea T., NappyLuxe Customer

Absorbency test of 6-layer reusable cloth nappy inserts

Ultra Absorbent

Choose 12 layers of super soft bamboo with stay-dry topped inserts for the perfect balance between absorbency, softness and drying time.

Leak Prevention

Double leg elastics combined with an extra elasticated back panel and two layers of water resistant PUL, reduces the chance of leaks without compromising on comfort.

Close up of snap in inserts on floral cloth nappy

Fast To Prepare

Build the absorbency your baby requires in seconds. Easily snap in and out inserts as needed. No fiddly internal pockets to navigate.

Better for the Planet and Your Finances

Disposable nappy costs add up fast. On average, each child uses around $3,000 dollars’ worth until they are toilet trained. In comparison, reusable nappies can pay for themselves within approximately the first 7 months of full-time use. See our full cost comparison.

Making Reusable Nappies Easy

Choose a high-performance and ultra-absorbent washable nappy which grows with your baby.

Easy to adjust for all shapes and sizes from newborn to potty trained.

Featuring a simple snap-in (also known as all-in-two or ai2) design, it's quick and easy to prepare your nappies after washing.

No fiddly internal pockets to navigate. Just snap in the required number of inserts your baby needs to keep them dry and happy.

Trusted by Aussie mums
Trusted by Aussie mums
With two in cloth I need a reliable and absorbent nappy - this is it! And it's so easy to use. 10/10 for quality, fit and softness.
— Jennifer C
Trusted by Aussie mums
I just love how buttery soft the nappy is against my baby's skin, it's a dream!!! The sizing of the nappy is spot on, not too big or too small.
— Leia N
Trusted by Aussie mums
As an experienced cloth nappy user, we were super impressed with this nappy! We loved the microfleece layer on the inserts as it kept bub dry. The cute print, well that's just a bonus!
— Naomi

Reusable Nappies

Are you looking for an eco-friendly alternative to disposable nappies? Reusable nappies, also known as cloth nappies, cloth diapers, and sometimes eco nappies, are fully machine washable and easy to use, providing a greener money-saving alternative to disposables.

If you have just started researching reusable nappies, you are in the right place. We offer lots of FREE resources, guides and videos, enabling you to learn how to use cloth nappies correctly and what to look for when using them part-time or full-time.

How to use reusable nappies 

For many, the switch to reusables can seem daunting, but it doesn't need to be. Using reusable nappies is very easy and we recommend not overthinking it. Check out our blog on 'how to switch to cloth nappies' for lots of advice from us and some of our customers. 

Reusable nappies work in a similar way to disposable nappies, to catch and contain baby's wee and poo.

The long and short of it is that reusable nappies are washed in the washing machine instead of being thrown in the bin like their single-use counterparts.

How many times can you use a reusable nappy?

Once washed and dried, reusable nappies can be used on your baby again and again. There is no limit on how many times you can wash and reuse the nappies.

You can continue to use the same stash of reusable nappies until your child is toilet trained, and then the nappies can be passed on to the next child.

Choosing to buy premium-quality reusable nappies means that they will last the test of time.

How to wash reusable nappies

This is one of the most common questions we get asked. Keeping your reusable nappies clean and fresh by following best washing practices isn't just about keeping stains away, it prolongs their life and prevents nappy rash too.

In order to prolong the life of your reusable nappies, and enable you to pass the same stash of nappies on to the next child, we recommend a two-step wash system. This involves putting all nappies through the washing machine twice before being hung out to dry and reused.

Head over to our guide on how to wash cloth nappies correctly for the full guide.

How many reusable nappies do I need? 

This depends on if you plan to use them part-time or full-time. It also depends on how often you plan to wash them. If you're wanting to space out time between washes, you'll need more nappies in your stash compared to someone who was washing every day or two.

We answer this question in full and cover some things which can impact how many reusable nappies you need for your family. 

Can you tumble-dry reusable nappies? 

Cloth inserts which sit against your baby's skin, along with cloth wipes, can either be dried in the sun or the tumble dryer. However, the nappy covers, which go over the inserts, should not be tumble dried as this can damage the water-resistant material.

Cloth nappy covers should only ever be dried in the shade, not in full sun, as sun can also damage the material. Learn everything you need to know about how to dry and use cloth nappies correctly with our easy-to-follow guides.

Are reusable nappies worth it?

The up-front investment to buy a stash of reusable nappies can seem scary, but they will save you a lot of money in the long run compared to continually buying disposable nappies.

Your child will get through around 6,000 nappies before they are ready for toilet training, and this is if they toilet train around the age of 2. Many children are only ready to stop wearing nappies when they are considerably older, meaning the cost continues to add up.

Take a look at our disposables vs cloth nappies cost comparison to find out more.

Are reusable nappies better for the environment?

Reusable nappies are considered a more sustainable alternative to single-use disposable nappies.

Scientists estimate that disposable nappies take up to 500 years to decompose in landfill. In the US, 2% of landfill is made up of disposable nappies alone. With each child getting through around 6,000 nappies before toilet training, and the world's population continuing to expand, disposable nappies are not sustainable. Read more about sustainability here.

Do you only sell cloth nappies?

We stock a range of eco-friendly nappy accessories. Popular items include reusable wipes, inserts, liners, portable change mats and baby wet bags. Everything you need to successfully start using cloth.