Sportsbetting Review


No Gimmicks Bookmaker!

  • Lack of sports betting markets
  • Slow on offering international racing markets


  • Simplistic betting platform
  • Credit and Debit cards accepted
  • Great odds – better than most bookmakers
  • Live chat


  • Limited customer service options
  • No e-wallet depositing methods
  • Lack of personal information about who runs the site

Overall Rating

Website/App Design

Weekly Promotions

Customer Service

Sportsbetting Info introduction

Sportsbetting has been around for over 20 years and it’s Australian-owned and operated.

A simple site, Sportsbetting claims to focus on great fixed odds, as opposed to gimmicks.

Priding themselves with odds and great customer service, Sportsbetting is the “no frills” version of a modern Australian bookmaker.

Regulated in Northern Territory, Sportsbetting focuses on giving Australian value odds across both sports and racing platforms.

How does compare?

Best Feature
Neds Toolbox
Best Mobile App
Premium Bookmaker!
Global Bookmaker
100% Australian!
No Gimmicks!
Support Local!
New Bookmaker!
Bookie Bag!
Tournament Betting!
Betting Exchange
Fantasy Sports!
Esports betting! website design delivers a simple website but it has all the features needed to make a complete betting experience.

There are no flashing banners or unnecessary information given to players, which is a positive in our opinion. However, we’re unsure if this website will appeal to the younger punters, but the more experienced players will love the design.

The home page features the next racing and sports events to be run or played. The markets and odds are displayed on the home page, so it requires less clicks to place a bet.

All the main website categories are listed at the top of the site and includes the likes of banking, promos, products and contact.

It might be lacking in modern design but it’s clear the team at Sportsbetting as punters in mind when it comes to website design.

Racing features at

Despite being called, there is a heavy focus on horse racing. It almost looks like a site dedicated to horse racing punters.

The most prominent parts of the site are dedicated to racing, which includes horse racing and greyhound racing.

Racing-related promotions are shown on the home page and it immediately draws your attention to horse racing markets.

All Australian and New Zealand markets are available in the horse racing section. However, they can be a little slow putting up markets for greyhounds, harness and overseas racing.

New Zealand markets are covered, but US, UK and Asian markets aren’t offered until hours out from the first race.

That’s a negative, especially for punters looking to place early bets and find value. However, they offer great odds and it’s hard to complain about that.

For instance, a favourite will be paying $1.80 with a local bookmaker. Expect to offer around $1.97 for that same runners.

It’s a big increase in value on most runners and that should intrigue not only experienced punters, but also casual punters.

Sports betting at should be good at providing sports betting markets, as the name would suggest. However, we are a little disappointed.

They have a good range of markets available when those markets are relevant, but a lack of futures betting is a worry.

For example, sports such as Baseball, Darts and Rugby League don’t have any markets open at the time of writing. Just because the sport isn’t being played, doesn’t mean markets should be closed.

Punters enjoy betting on the futures markets and this is what could improve at providing.

Once you find your desired betting market, the odds on offer are generous. This is a positive for punters, especially those looking at head-to-head or points spread markets.

What you won’t find at Sportsbetting is a big range of exotic markets. Only the main betting categories are covered.

They put a lot of focus on providing a simplistic betting markets, but sometimes a little variety wouldn’t hurt their cause. customer service prides themselves on good customer service and we’re not disappointed.

A live chat option is available on the right-hand side of the page and it’s one of many contact options for punters.

The team can also be contacted via email, phone, mail, Facebook messenger or on Twitter. The increases social media presence is surprising, given the old-school approach from

There is also a blog section, which gives punters a look at the latest news and betting updates.

It’s another quality addition from the team and one they should be proud of. deposit methods

There are four ways to deposit into your account at

  • POLi
  • Credit Card/Debit Card
  • Bank Deposit
  • BPay

It’s good that they offer BPay, as many punters are using this method. There is a minimum deposit of $50 when using this method. withdrawal options

Punters can access their funds via a withdrawal to your credit or debit card. You can also have the money sent back to your bank account.

There are no withdrawal fees charged to credit card users. However, anyone wanting a telegraphic transfer will incur a fee of $30.

Processing times are fast and trusted.