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Welcome to Australian Bookmakers Sports Betting Guide.
Australians have always loved a bet, we will pretty well have a bet on anything! In the past Aussie punters usually bet at their local TAB or for racing punters on the racecourse with an on-course bookmaker.
So much has changed now that pretty well every Aussie is connected to the Internet via computers and mobiles. Australian bookmakers now take most of their bets online or via smartphone apps.
The Australian sports betting market is highly competitive with bookmakers all seeking a share of the online sports betting market.
To be competitive they need to attract punters by offering the best value betting as well as ensuring that punters can deposit money easily, bet with ease and with all the convenience that this technological age demands.
They also offer regular betting specials, Money Back offers, Free Bets and many more incentives to ensure they get you as a betting customer.
The range of horse racing betting and sports betting markets are bigger than they have ever been, meaning that Australians can now place bets on virtually every sporting event taking place anywhere in the world 24/7. You can also bet on politics, celebrities’ babies names, TV show outcomes, the weather and even more with just your desktop computer, tablet or mobile phone.
Live sports betting (betting on various outcomes when a sports event has started) is also available with Australian bookmakers by telephone only due to Australian legislation or with Overseas bookmakers online.
At AustralianBookmakers.com we provide reviews of Australian Bookmakers as well as selected Overseas Bookmakers that welcome Aussie customers.
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Long established Australian sports bookmaker brand Sporting Bet is now officially William Hill from today, 24th February 2015. Existing Sportingbet clients are now William Hill clients. When you visit Sportingbet you will now be automically transferred to WilliamHill.com.au. You can then login with your existing Sportingbet credentials. Your Sportingbet balance and any pending bets will have already been transferred to your William Hill account in addition to your betting history and banking details. This change is in line with William Hill’s announcement that they will be consolidating their 3 Australian betting brands, namely Sportingbet, Centrebet and Tom Waterhouse to the William Hill brand. The first brand to consolidate is Sportingbet followed by Centrebet in the coming months and Tom Waterhouse next year. William Hill is one of the largest and most respected Read More
Adelaide United v WSW 2 – 1 Adelaide United hosted the Wanderers in sweltering conditions at Hindmarsh with the mercury still hovering around 36 degrees celcius at kick off. The match started at a good pace considering the conditions with WSW applying good preasure to the usually fast starting united outfit. WSW broke the deadlock in the 17th minute from a powerful Santalab cross which left Haliti with a simple toe poke to register the first goal in front of 9212 fans. WSW coach Tony Popavic had done his homework and it seemed WSW had ‘game if not worked out, then understood, cutting of their runs generally containing a usually free flowing Adelaide. With United trailing at half time 0-1 it was clear the inspiration had to come from the Read More
A League Weekend Review from our guest contributor MB A League 14th, 15th Feb 2015 Central Coast Mariners V Brisbane Roar 0-2 For one of the big name clashes over a massive weekend of rivalry, The Mariners hosted the Roar at Central Coast Stadium, with 6021 fans in attendance, in a clash that in previous years has seen two of the A leagues heavyweights battle it out. 2 second half penalties proved the difference for the Roar with Jean Carlos Solorzano and Andrija Kaluderivic on target from the spot. Central Coast will feel short changed from this match as they had numerous penalty appeals turned down. The Mariners will move on from this loss quickly and focus on the upcoming Asian Champion League campaign. Wellington Phoenix V Melbourne City 0-0 The Read More