On this page you will find in-depth reviews and tips on the most popular and most reputable agencies for betting in Australia. All of the betting agencies listed on this page offer accounts in Australian dollars.

We hope you find this information useful, and if you have any other questions please do not hesitate to send us an email!


Short List of Betting Agencies Suitable for Australians


Sporting Bet Site Review Go To Site
1 Bet 365
2 Luxbet
3 Centrebet
4 Sporting Bet
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5 Sports Bet
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Betfair: Betfair was founded by Andrew Black and Edward Wray in 1999 and is one of the best sports betting agencies, especially for the Australian market.

CentreBet: Based in the Netherlands, CentreBet was launched as a betting agency in 1992, however have only been trading online for the past 12 years.

IAS Bet: An Australian betting agency, IAS Bet is one of the leading names when it comes to sports betting in Australia.

Sportsbet: Sportsbet.com.au is an Australian sports betting agency that offers a wide variety of sports for players to bet on including American and European sports.

Bet 365: Based in the UK, Bet 365 is one of the oldest sports betting agencies to date. They are also known as Play On, which is the name of their Internet and Telephone betting sector.

Lux Bet: Although they are one of the newer sports betting agencies, LuxBet has been known to make things a lot easier for punters online.

Bet Ezy: Bet Ezy are a smaller sports betting agency, but are said to apparently give better pay outs and better service to punters.

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Frequently Asked Questions


How many types of betting agencies are there? What are they?

There are two types of betting agencies, and they fall under the following categories:

1. Bookmakers and;

2. Exchangers

Bookmakers are betting agencies that set their own odds and have you bet against them.

Exchangers are when the odds are determined by other users within the same marketplace, which means you are betting against these fellow users.

Should I be using Bookmakers or Exchangers?

Overall, Bookmakers are definitely more recommended for those who are new to sports betting. Exchangers are more suitable to those people who are more serious and would call themselves betting enthusiasts, as it allows you bet against outcomes.

 If I choose to go with a Bookmaker, should I use one that is in Australia or overseas?

Australian Bookmakers offer a way better range of betting selections on Australian sports, and they can also be more convenient when it comes to withdrawing winnings and depositing more funds. According to the Interactive Gambling Act, is is an offense to offer live wagering online to Australian residents. Not all international bookmakers abide by this law and permit Australians to bet live in-play online, which on the player’s end is not an offense. International Bookmakers definitely offer a lot more options when it comes to betting on international sporting events.

Although there are a fair few factors to take into consideration when choosing a Bookmaker, in the end it ultimately depends on your own personal choice. The main thing you would think about is the odds, and remember that a percentage or two can really make a difference.



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