AUSTRALIAN ONLINE BOOKMAKERS
Welcome to the 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-In-Play 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 sports betting customers.
AUSTRALIAN BOOKMAKERS – AT A GLANCE
Michael B’s preview of Saturday’s big one, the 2015 AFL Grand Final! Hawthorn V West Coast, Saturday 3/10 MCG 2:00pm It’s finally here! After 23 rounds and 3 weeks of Finals footy, the big day await’s. The Hawks ended the Dockers season on Friday night leading comfortably at every break in a perfect warm up for The Big Game. West Coast looked a little shaky in the first quarter against the Roo’s but came home strong and ended the Premiership dream for North Melbourne. The best 2 teams (in my humble opinion) regardless of who finished where on the ladder have withstood the test of finals footy and written their names in history to contend the 2015 AFL Grand Final. The Hawks kicked 2452 points to top the competition in ….
Preview and AFL Tips from our trusted enthusiast Michael B Hawthorn finished Adelaide’s season last week in a dominant performance the put the Crows to shame. After being completely outplayed in the first quarter they continued to persist with the same failing tactics with the same dismal result. Their season finished with a whimper which was unfortunate considering what they achieved. The Crows performed well under trying circumstances and will look forward to a new season and a new coach with anticipation. The Kangaroo’s ended the Swans season in a tougher contest, while the injury depleted Swans fought hard, it was to no avail and North Melbourne sprinted home. The Swans had a a strong season and were it not for some key injuries at the business end of the ….
Sydney v North Melbourne Saturday 19/9 6:50 p.m. ANZ North Melbourne played out a hard fought win Sunday against the perennial under achievers, Richmond, after going down to them (all be it with their 2nd string team) in the final round of the regular season. The Kanga’s started outside favourites and proved their many doubters wrong. Sydney had a tough trip across the breadth of the continent to face the Dockers who after finishing the season on top of the pile, had a point to prove. They went down by 9 points in a typically low scoring affair and in the process lost Sam Reid to a hamstring injury. North had a mixed bag of a season, impressing with some high class performances, while also dropping points to teams they ….
A preview of tonight’s AFL semi-final round between Adelaide Crows and Hawthorn Hawks courtesy of our AFL enthusiast Michael B. Last week’s 4 finals threw up more questions than answers. While there was some fantastic footy being played, The Hawks dismal showing in the west and Richmond’s capitulation to the Kangaroo’s flew in the face of what many had predicted for the weekend. The Tigers Season ended on Sundays with a whimper, While the Bulldogs were finished on Saturday night. The Eagles earned themselves a well deserved rest after knocking off the Premiership favourites in the West, While the Dockers also have a well deserve rest after getting up over the Swans last Saturday. The Dockers will have to the most well rested team in the history of the AFL ….
Western Bulldogs v Adelaide Crows Sat 7:20 p.m. MCG Both the Crows and the Bulldogs had somewhat shock losses last week, The Doggies more so. Every man and his dog expected the Dogs to trample the previously under performing Loins, but to their credit, Brisbane showed up to play and triumphed over the much more fancied Western Bulldogs, costing themselves draft pick no. 1 in the process. And i applaud them. There would have been a few on the Brisbane list playing for their future. The Crows got done by the hot and cold Cats outfit, who lifted for the farewell game for 3 of their stars. They ran over the top of Adelaide in a game they were favourites for after a stellar performance against the Eagles the week previous. ….