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The biggest range of CPAP Machines in Australia

As one of the most trusted independent retailers of CPAP machines, CPAP Online Australia stocks a specifically picked range of the most popular and effective CPAP machines on the market. 

If you want to buy a CPAP machine at fantastic price and with dedicated ongoing support, have a look at our extensive range below.

Quick links to sections on this page:

  • CPAP Machine & Mack Packages
  • Automatic Pressure CPAP Machines
  • Travel CPAP Machines
  • Fixed Pressure CPAP Machines

Automatic pressure machines use the latest technology to adjust the pressure on a breath-by-breath basis. This enables the delivery of the most accurate therapy to treat sleep apnoea.

Yuwell Automatic CPAP Machine YH450

BMC Luna iQ G2S AutoCPAP Machine with Humidifier

ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet Automatic CPAP Machine

ResMed AirSense 11 AutoSet CPAP Machine

ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet For Her Automatic CPAP Machine

Löwenstein Prisma20A Automatic CPAP (Incl. PrismaAQUA Humidifier, Heated Hose, 3G Modem)

Sefam S.Box Automatic CPAP w/ Humidifier + Heated Hose + WiFi

BMC Luna G3 Automatic CPAP Machine + WiFi

Löwenstein PrismaSMART max 4G – Automatic CPAP w/ Humidifier & Heated Tube

Fisher & Paykel SleepStyle Automatic Machine 4G (5 Yr Warranty Included)

ResMed AirMini Automatic CPAP Machine

Linde Luna G2 Automatic CPAP Machine with Humidifier

Philips DreamStation HumidHT Automatic CPAP Machine

These machines use the latest technology to offer the same sleep apnoea treatment in a smaller and more-compact design which are perfect for travelling. Travel machines come in both fixed and automatic pressure, giving you the best quality of life while on the go.

ResMed AirMini Automatic CPAP Machine

BMC M1 Mini Automatic Travel CPAP Machine


ResMed AirMini Automatic CPAP Bedside Starter Kit (Mask Included)

Fixed pressure machines usually contain the same technology as automatic machines however they offer a fixed pressure level. In order to use a fixed pressure device most effectively, a sleep test is required to set up the machine with your breathing levels.

Linde Noctivance C100 Fixed CPAP Machine with Humidifier

ResMed AirSense 11 Elite Fixed Pressure CPAP Machine

Fisher & Paykel SleepStyle Fixed CPAP Machine

ResMed AirSense 10 Elite Fixed Pressure CPAP Machine

Philips DreamStation Fixed CPAP Pro HumidHT Machine

What Does a CPAP Machine Do?

CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machines, often called sleep apnea machines, are designed to help treat obstructive sleep apnea by pushing a continuous airway pressure that is pumped through a tube and mask. This form of CPAP therapy is a fantastic solution to sleep apnea that has been embraced on a massive scale by patients experiencing sleep apnea symptoms.

CPAP Machines are often looked for as a "CP Machine", just as "CPAPs", and as many other names - there are many types of CPAP devices, including CPAP, APAP, travel machines, and more. These machine types can overlap in various ways, and your choice of device will come down to your personal needs.


The term 'continuous positive airway pressure' was coined by Australian professor Colin Sullivan in 1980, with this invention coming as a result of in depth research and various problematic solutions that existed before CPAP, such as tracheotomy. The invention of the CPAP machine has changed the lives of countless people over the past 40 years, and to this day CPAP methods remain as the most effective means of sleep apnoea treatment. Unlike the first device, products today have a fantastic range of comfort and usability features that can suit the needs of any patient.

Depending on your budget, a number of CPAP brands are available that offer machines of varying prices and features. Whether it is quality, comfort, or convenience that you are looking for, there is an option out there.

Can I Buy a CPAP Machine?

You can purchase a CPAP machine in Australia whether you have a prescription or not - if you do not have a prescription or are unsure of your pressure requirements, an Automatic machine type is recommended as it uses advanced algorithms to determine the appropriate pressure output, as opposed to a fixed pressure device.

CPAP Online Australia stocks a great range of top of the line sleep apnea machines, across brands such as ResMed, Philips Respironics, and Fisher Paykel. Alongside these, our range of CPAP masks and other CPAP equipment ensures that you can receive an optimal, comprehensive CPAP therapy experience.

If you are suffering from symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea, and whether you need an auto or fixed pressure machine - CPAP machine sales are committed to providing you with the most comprehensive range of options and accessories available. Plus, we offer convenient free shipping benefits on specific orders - add your selection to the cart to see if your order qualifies.

If you would like to find out more about our product range, check out our products page, or visit us on our contact page if you need help or would like to email or call us. Our sleep specialists are determined to ensure that you have the best online CPAP experience possible.

Are CPAP Machines Really Effective?

As a form of CPAP therapy, CPAP Machines are proven to be one of the most effective treatment methods in providing help to manage sleep apnoea and obstructive sleep apnoea symptoms.

Using a CPAP device can significantly help with breathing during sleep, and often will eliminate snoring as well. Symptoms such as tiredness, a lack of concentration, and low emotional stability are often the result of sleep apnoea, and can be addressed through the use of a CPAP machine. Not to mention, sleep apnea can result in serious health conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and higher risk of stroke. Therefore, CPAP therapy is a highly recommended approach to addressing symptoms of sleep apnoea.


With this being said, there are a few hurdles you may experience in beginning your CPAP journey - for example, CPAP masks can take time to adjust to, and as a result you may experience discomfort in the initial stages of sleep apnoea therapy. Factors such as a leaky mask, dry mouth, and stuffy nose can also arise as problems that are fixable, with small adjustments and the correct equipment. To find out more about choosing the right equipment and how you can have the best CPAP experience possible, have a look at our comprehensive resources page.

About CPAP Online Australia


As a leading supplier of CPAP devices, the CPAP Online Australia shop stocks a great range of CPAP equipment, with direct shipping and fantastic prices - have a look at our package deals. Not to mention, we are proud to offer advice regarding sleep apnea equipment and the overall CPAP therapy experience. We are based in NSW, and offer free shipping (if your order qualifies) across Australia.

Our store was founded as a result of a lack of appropriate options on the market, where service comes second and product ranges are either limited, or overcrowded with unnecessary devices that make the shopping process difficult and time consuming. Our range includes only the best devices, hand picked, making your shopping experience as easy as it can be. Furthermore, our customers pay less and receive a high quality level of service that should be expected.

To learn more, visit our about us page, have a browse of our comprehensive resources section, or check out our online store.