Best Smart Door Lock Australia


If you’re looking for the best smart door lock in Australia, your best bet is to turn to the innovative door locks developed by Samsung that we stock here at Digital Door Locks. 

Not only do these locks give you enhanced security and a peace of mind, but they also have the features and quality to give you unprecedented control and convenience regarding how your doors are locked.

What is the Best Smart Door Lock in Australia?

These are the top three best smart door locks in Australia; based on multiple factors such as features, cost and pros-and-cons.

1. SHP-DR708

This is an innovative smart door lock that, on top of providing all of the important functions of a smart door lock, provides a push-pull handle alternative to the typical door handle.

Pros: Full of features, easy to install, multiple control methods.

Cons: Some might not like the $997 asking price.

2. SHP-DP609

Another pioneer of the push-pull handle type of smart lock, this type of lock is recognised as a versatile all-rounder that you really can’t go wrong with if you want to boost the security of your home.

Pros: Stacked with features, set up comes with voice guide, provides extensive control.

Cons: Not as streamlined as the DR-708.

3. SHP-A30

If you want a minimalist approach, this is the best smart door lock for you. If you don’t want your digital door lock to draw attention, but you still want basic smart lock functionality, this lock delivers.

Pros: Multiple unlocking methods, basic smart lock functionality, minimalist design.

Cons: Not ideal if you’re looking for a more feature-heavy lock.

What are the Runners Up?

If you find the first three smart door locks are not the ones you’re looking for, here are some alternatives that might work better for you. 

4. SHP-DH538 AU Type

This is a heavy-duty mortise lock that provides the ultimate in sophisticated door locking, its robust build coupling perfectly with its wealth of smart features to give you total control over the security of your home.

Pros: Heavy duty physical build, lots of smart features, provides lots of control.

Cons: Might be a bit excessive, depending on the door you’re trying to secure.

5. SHP-DS510

This lock is the easiest to use, combining a standard lock design with a PIN code, Phone app, or RFID chip unlock method. If you’re looking for convenience as well as security, and you don’t want anything too elaborate, this is the lock for you.

Pros: Really easy to use, straightforward design, multiple unlock methods.

Cons: Not ideal if you want something more feature-heavy.

6. SHP-DH537

This is a great alternative to the DH538, as its own mortise smart lock that combines extensive smart lock functionality with a durable, thick and heavy duty design. If you can do without a PIN code or fingerprint scanning, try this smart lock for size.

Pros: Tough build, multiple smart lock features, RFID unlock capability. 

Cons: Less unlock methods than DH538.

7. SHS-3321

If you want a stylish, small, easy to use smart lock for your door, this is the kind of lock that you just can’t go wrong with – it’s physically impossible. It’s so easy to seamlessly integrate this lock with your existing deadbolt system.

Pros: Easy to install, easy to use, smart and compact design.

Cons: Not ideal if you’re looking for something more heavy duty or feature-heavy.

What Types of Smart Door Locks are There?

You can find all kinds of the best smart door locks at Digital Door Locks. However, it’s important to find the smart locks that best meet your needs. Here are some of the different types of smart locks you can find at Digital Door Locks;

Deadbolt Door Locks

Deadbolt door locks are the common kinds of locks. You’ll find them on practically every front door on almost every residential property, because they’re the most effective and cost efficient way to keep your door secure. They come in two varieties; either integrating smart technology with your existing deadbolt door lock, or replacing your lock with its own deadbolt door lock. 

Fingerprint Door Locks

Fingerprint door locks are an innovative kind of smart lock in which your finger is the key. Yes; no keys, tags, or even your phone needed. All you need to do is tap a small scanner on the lock and your door will be open. Not only is this incredibly convenient, as you don’t need to take anything with you, it’s also very secure because your fingerprint is entirely unique.

Mortise Door Locks

Mortise is a heavy-duty alternative to deadbolts. A mortise is a hole that is cut in the side of the door to contain the lock’s larger locking mechanism. While this kind of lock was previously used for heavier doors in industrial or retail areas, it has since been adopted in many homes for people who want to reinforce their security even further.

Non-Handle Door Locks

If you have an existing door handle that you don’t want to replace, non-handle door locks are for you. These door locks offer you the same functionality as every other smart lock, but with added customisability and also minimal physical contact if hygiene is one of your major concerns.

PIN Code Door Locks

If keys, tags or your own finger sound like they’re not your style, you can always go for smart locks that are unlockable via a short PIN code. Not only do these locks mean you don’t have to rely on having your keys on you at every opportunity, they’re also a major deterrent to potential intruders who don’t want to have to crack your PIN code.

Push-Pull Handle Door Locks

This relatively new smart lock technology involves the door handle being replaced with a small lever that requires minimal effort to open/close an unlocked door. This can be particularly helpful if you have too much on your hands or are pressed for time. It also helps that their smaller build makes them an easier fit if your locked smart door has a screen door in front of it. 

Read more about the best keyless door locks.

Why is Digital Door Locks the Best Smart Door Lock Australia?

There are many reasons why Digital Door Locks supply the best smart door lock Australia, no matter what type you’re looking for, such as;

  • We have been supplying digital door locks since 2007, which is why we have such a keen understanding of what goes into the best digital door locks
  • We have over 100,000 happy customers all across Australia resulting in all kinds of five star reviews from Melbourne, Perth and Sydney
  • We've also been recognised as a premier business partner with Samsung Group, supplying and installing their products into residential and apartments projects
  • Our attitude towards our customers is to put them first, providing competitive pricing and the most high quality products on the market

What are the Runners Up?

Of course, there are other kinds of smart locks on the market. We have listed a few of the runners up when it comes to smart locks. They might not be the same tier of quality as those provided by Digital Door Locks, but they are still notable in their own right.

August Wi-Fi Smart Lock

August contains a smart lock that is notable for its built-in Wi-Fi capabilities, as well as its easy installation and streamlined design. However, it has been noted to be quite pricey, given its small amount of features and short battery life.

Eufy Smart Lock Touch and Wi-Fi

Eufy takes its biometric capabilities a step further than a lot of smart locks, allowing you to control the locking and unlocking of your door with your voice as well as your finger. However, much like the August, it commands a fairly high asking price, especially when you consider its limited third-party integrations.

Kwikset Aura Bluetooth Smart Lock

This particular lock provided by Kwikset has the inverse problem of the previous two smart locks. While it is reasonably priced, it is considerably lacking in features to the point where it doesn’t interact with other smart devices or contain voice controls. 

Lockly Vision Doorbell Camera Smart Lock

If you are looking for a smart lock with built in video capabilities, this smart lock is certainly an option. However, for the price that Lockly is asking for, it's fairly disconcerting that this smart lock doesn’t contain night vision or motion detection capabilities.

Wyze Lock

While this smart lock certainly ticks a lot of the boxes, providing many features such as an easy installation, responsive smart lock capabilities and an easy to understand minimalist design for a comparatively low cost, it does not integrate with other Wyze products. If you’d like to integrate your smart lock with the rest of your home, you should look at other options.

Where Can I Get the Best Smart Door Lock Australia?

Whether you identified the best smart door lock in Australia for you, or you still need some additional assistance, contact us and we will help you achieve maximum security for your home at an affordable price.