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From folding treadmills, to curved treadmills, for home use or commercial, weight-loss to HIIT to rehabilitation, we have the best range of treadmill brands and models in Australia to suit your specific needs.

The range of capabilities, features, functions and quality between treadmill brands and individual models is massive and can be overwhelming to many buyers.

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That's why we're working hard to help provide valuable content to guide our customers through their research and buying journey, after all, there is 'no one size fits all' when it comes to choosing a treadmill.

Treadmill Types

When you're shopping for an exercise bike, it's important to know the different types available. There are three main types of exercise bikes: upright bikes, recumbent bikes, and the spin bike (or indoor cycles). Each type has its advantages and disadvantages.

Folding Treadmills

The ability to fold away the running deck of a treadmill and even wheel it into a corner, cupboard or storage room is the key selling point of folding treadmills. This space-saving functionality is hugely popular among residential treadmill buyers, with the ability to conserve space particularly popular as more people move into apartments where floor space is at a premium.

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Curved Treadmills

Curved treadmills are manual treadmills with no motor; the running motion and energy from the user drives the treadmill belt, with each strike of the foot providing downward force that works with gravity to move the foot and belt down and backwards. This motion simulates the natural stride pattern, reducing impact to joints while increasing muscle engagement in a manner that provides a comfortable running experience as well as enhancing training.

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Commercial Treadmills

Commercial treadmills are designed to withstand continuous and high-use environments and are therefore built with high-quality components. They have a larger, more powerful motors and an extra-strong frame to accommodate users of any type.

Commercial treadmills also have more features than a home model, such as more advanced deck/cushioning technology and more advanced workout programs and entertainment options; many commercial treadmills even have TV screens.

Of course, the key for any commercial treadmill is the commercial-grade warranty. With better durability also comes a longer service life and better support from the manufacturer. 

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Treadmill Features To Consider



The motor is one of the most important aspects of a treadmill. It needs to be powerful enough to handle your speed and weight, but not so powerful that it's noisy or uses up a lot of electricity. The harder a motor has to work, the noisier it is, the more power it uses, and the faster it wears out; therefore it's important to over-compensate on motor size so that it can easily handle users of any weight.

Motors can range from 1 horsepower up to 5 horsepower or more, if you're tossing up between treadmills, always go for a more powerful motor if your budget allows.

Deck Size

The size of the deck on a treadmill, both the length and also the width, is another key thing to consider. A longer deck will allow you to run more comfortably and allow you to work on your leg stride, while a wider deck will give you a better feeling of space as you run.

In fact, its best to avoid narrow belts if you can as these can often give a feeling of claustrophobia. Of course, if space is a big concern for you, then a shorter and narrower deck may be more appropriate.


When your foot steps on the treadmill deck, it can create an impact force on the deck that is more than twice your body weight. This energy is then transmitted back up your leg and through your joints – unless a shock absorption system is present to dissipate some of that force.

Treadmill cushioning is designed help dissipate some of the crushing force your body is sending to your joints and spine with every step. More advanced treadmills take cushioning from a simple suspension/spring system to adjustable cushioning and even multi-zone shock absorption systems that can sense your feet and adjust automatically.

This is an important feature to look for if you're concerned about joint health, as it can help you stay active for longer and reduce risk of injury. Deck cushioning can also make your workout more comfortable, so you can focus on your form and breathing.


If you're looking for a way to add a little extra challenge to your treadmill workouts, then consider getting a treadmill with a built in incline feature. This can help you burn more calories and tone your legs and glutes. Many treadmills have an adjustable incline, so you can find the perfect angle for your fitness level.

But be aware that cheaper models under $1000 generally offer a manual incline (where you set the incline yourself); more expensive models have a motor that can adjust the incline for you at the click of a button.

Max weight capacity

The weight capacity of a treadmill is an important consideration for obvious reasons. Treadmills are built to meet their stated weight capacity and use materials and construction methods to suit. The higher the weight capacity is, the better its build quality also is.

The steel used in the frame is a stronger type and often thicker; bolts are bigger and stronger; welds and joins are more robust and done with more quality assurance. All of these factors to make a stronger machine with a higher weight capacity do also mean that the cost of manufacture is higher too.

When considering the user weight, its strongly advisable to give yourself a buffer as well. For instance, if you weigh 95kg and you're considering a treadmill rated to 100kg, it's a smart move to go for one that's rated to 120kg or more as this will give you additional safety and stability.

Workout programs

When looking for a treadmill, it is important to consider the workout programs that are available. Most treadmills come with pre-set workout programs that offer a variety of options to keep you motivated. You can usually choose from programs that focus on speed, distance, or time, and many machines also have heart rate control programs that help you stay within your target heart rate zone.

Some treadmills even offer virtual reality (VR) programs that let you exercise in exotic locations or with famous trainers. If you can't seem to find a program that interests you, many treadmills also allow you to create your own custom workout. This is a great way to keep your workouts fresh and varied, and it can help you better reach your fitness goals.


Most treadmills come with a few basic preset programs, such as distance, time, and calories burned while others also have more advanced fitness programs for specific goals or training modes. Some also have heart rate monitors.

Displays can vary in size and complexity. Larger consoles may be backlit and easier to read, while smaller ones may be simpler to use but display only limited data. Additionally, the screen technology can vary widely, from basic LCD displays to touchscreens with built-in TVs.

When choosing a treadmill, consider whether you're just looking for a simple machine that will get the job done, or whether the more advanced features will help you reach your goals and stay motivated!

Construction quality

When it comes to choosing a treadmill, construction quality is key. A well-built machine will be more durable and stable, making your workouts more effective.

Look for treadmills with sturdy frames and thick decking - this will help reduce noise and vibration. A great proxy for good build quality is weight capacity - higher weight capacity generally means a more well-made machine with stronger components.

You can also get an idea of the construction quality by the length of warranty offered; a lifetime frame warranty means the manufacturer is extremely confident in the quality of their machine, while a one year warranty indicates the construction quality may be poor.

Entertainment Options

The best treadmills have a number of different options for entertainment, so you can stay motivated and engaged while you work out. Many new models come with built-in TVs or tablet holders, so you can watch your favourite shows or movies as you walk or run.

Some also have speakers so you can listen to music or audio books. If you want to go completely high-tech, look for a model with virtual reality training programs that let you run through exotics places like the French Alps, Italian Countryside, Southeast Asian Forests and famous landmarks. You'll be so immersed in your workout that you won't even realize you're sweating!


All our treadmills come with a warranty however there can be larger differences between warranties.

Home warranties will generally range from 6 months to several years, with more expensive machines generally having the best warranties. However treadmills with home warranties are not valid for commercial use. This is because the machine is designed for low intensity use of 1-2 hours per day on average whereas gym environments requires them to be used constantly.

Many treadmills also come with commercial warranties, which is important for anyone needing a treadmill for their commercial gym, hotel/office or PT studio. 


Many medium to high-end treadmills come with some form of connectivity, whether it be Bluetooth, ANT+ or Wifi. This allows you to pair your treadmill with a smartphone or tablet and use apps to track your progress, set goals, and more.

Some treadmills even have built-in displays that can link with virtual reality training programs such as Zwift to really take your training to a whole new level.



Treadmills generally come in two variations, full-sized treadmills (such as commercial treadmills) and folding treadmills (for home use).

Full-size treadmills cannot fold and are generally not designed to be easily moved around. The convenience of a folding treadmill is that it can be stored in a small space in your home and pulled out when you're ready to use it. Folding treadmills can either fold up, which makes them easily able to be stored in a corner of the room or a cupboard; or fold flat, so they can be stored under a bed or against a wall.


Best Treadmills

There are a lot of different treadmills on the market these days. So, how do you know which one is the best for you? Well luckily we've short-listed the most popular treadmills as chosen by our customers!

Sole F65 Folding Treadmill

The F65 jumps up to a powerful 3.25 horsepower Continuous Duty motor which delivers challenging speeds up to 18 km/hand up to 15 incline levels. The F65 also has a larger deck at 22 x 60 inches in size and comes standard with a larger 7.5 inch backlit LCD display.

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Sole F80 Folding Treadmill

The F80 treadmill has been reviewed as "The best treadmill in its price range" and steps up to a lifetime warranty and the Cushion Flex Whisper Deck, shown in a study to reduce joint impact up to 40% as compared to running on asphalt. The F80 deck performs like top-range commercial brand treadmills (costing thousands more)...

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Impulse ECT7 Treadmill

The Impulse Encore ECT7 Treadmill is a heavy duty commercial rated treadmill featuring a powerful 3hp AC motor and huge 51cm x 153cm running deck. The Pullflexx Commercial Suspension System absorbs impact shock which reduces stress on joints and muscles.

The 6 window (LED) + Dot Matrix (LED) display allows for different information to be shown simultaneously giving the user a richer workout experience...

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Sportsart T635A Treadmill

The SportsArt Foundation Series light commercial and residential cardio line continues to set industry standards in both unique design and biomechanic excellence.

The MyFlex Plus™ deck cushioning provides 30% more shock absorption and carries a lifetime warranty. The large 55cm x 154cm belt provides ample running space and is constructed from low friction material that is resistant to static build-up....

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Treadmill Brands

Sole Treadmills

Sole Fitness is a premier name in fitness and is recognized as the fastest growing treadmill brand in the US, with a multiple award-winning product range. With a wide range of treadmills designed to meet every budget, and back by class-leading warranties, Sole treadmills are perfect for home use, light commercial or full commercial use.

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York Treadmills

York's beginnings originated in 1932 when Bob Hoffman, the founder of World Weightlifting, started York Barbell. More than 80 years later, York Fitness are a globally recognized brand providing treadmills and fitness equipment for home use. York folding treadmills are functional, durable and reliable treadmills suitable for the price-conscious user.

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Sportsart Treadmills

SportsArt are focused on creating beautiful, smart and innovative fitness products that help sustain the health of the planet as well as the user.

Leveraging over 40 years of innovative design and manufacturing excellence, SportsArt are an established leader in the fitness industry, providing advanced fitness, medical, performance and residential equipment with unparalleled durability and value with best-in-class warranty.

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Stairmaster Treadmills

Stairmaster knows what it takes to make the toughest workouts; they pioneered the StepMill and took HIIT to the next level. The Stairmaster HIITmill treadmills are self-powered and deliver an effective resistance training platform that captures the benefit of speed, agility, lateral and sled training in a smaller space-saving footprint.

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Woodway Treadmills

For those who demand the very best treadmills and equipment available, Woodway is the first choice for performance, durability and comfort. From fitness training to medical rehabilitation and the uppermost echelons of human performance, Woodway is dedicated to providing every user with the best possible experience in fitness.

Professional sports teams, athletes, and celebrities alike use Woodway Treadmills to optimize their workouts. Woodway’s patented design provides a superior running surface that is preferred by the professionals. From the gym to your home, Woodway Treadmills provides the ultimate in user comfort and premium performance.

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Impulse Treadmills

Impulse Fitness is a leading supplier of health and fitness products, with over 40 years of experience and innovation in the industry. The Impulse Encore series is their premier range designed for premium home use as well as corporate fitness.

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OVICX Treadmills

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Powertrain Treadmills

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Everfit Treadmills

Everfit treadmills are some of the most popular machines on the market, and for good reason. They're well-made, affordable, and offer a variety of features that make them perfect for any fitness level. Whether you're just starting out or looking to take your workout to the next level, Everfit has a treadmill that's right for you.

With so many options to choose from, it's easy to find the perfect machine to fit your needs. And with Everfit's reputation for quality, you can be sure that your treadmill will last for years to come.


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