Unibet Review


Feature-packed betting experience!

  • Excellent mobile app & website
  • Bet or lay options available
  • Professional ownership which is forward thinking


  • Great odds for sports and racing
  • Great mobile app
  • Modern site design
  • Always adding new and unique features


  • Mobile site can be slow to load
  • Complex withdrawal process

Overall Rating

Website/App Design

Weekly Promotions

Customer Service

Unibet Info

Unibet Introduction


was formed in 1997 with the ambition to help punters make more informed decisions and that’s certainly what they’re achieving.


The global bookmaker sponsors world sporting and racing events, which gives


a fair amount of credibility in the bookmaking world.


Keen on offering a simply yet effective user experience,


are an underrated bookmaker, but one of the most impressive in Australia.


How does Unibet compare?

Best Feature
Neds Toolbox
New Bookmaker!
Support Local!
Global Bookmaker
No Gimmicks!
Esports & Sports!
Premium Bookmaker!
100% Australian!
Bookie Bag!
Tournament Betting!
Betting Exchange
Fantasy Sports!

Unibet Website Design

Unibet has a simple website interface which doesn’t shove odds down the throat of punters from the outset.

Punters will be met by page with all the latest


features, such as a promotion or their latest blog postings.


The negative is that punters need to click out of that page to find their betting selection, but it presents well and best of all, it’s easy.

Sports, live betting, racing and other features are all included in the


header and that makes it easy to navigate through the many website features.


The racing section is set up like most bookmakers, but it’s more compressed and the colour scheme allows punters to easily find their desired market.

Unibet’s website usability ranks high among Australian bookmakers.

Racing Features at Unibet

Unibet loves its racing and there is a wealth of racing-related promotions on offer.

Punters are getting great odds and they are known to offer even better promotions during the big racing carnival.

It’s easy to find a race to bet on and the compacted website means you can’t get lost trying to find your desired race.

Unibet also has a solid lineup of futures markets. There are no markets for overseas futures racing which is a downside, but Unibet’s racing section is otherwise superb.

Unibet Sports Betting

Unibet like to sponsor world sporting events, such as the big Darts competitions, and they put plenty into their sports betting.

The UNIBEST specials are daily bets which punters can get great odds for something a little different. This is a unique offering from Unibet and it shows that they care what punters want.

Live streaming is available on over 165,000 events throughout the year and they have just added a statistics section, which gives punters great information about any sport they want.

The Unibet betting blogs help punters make informed decisions and there’s plenty of sporting and racing advice on offer.

They also have betting on eSports, which is becoming increasingly popular.

Unibet Customer Service

Unibet has a live chat option, which can be tough to find on the website, but it’s there.

Punters at Unibet also have the choice of ringing an Australian-based number or an international number and the customer service on offer is top notch.

Emails take an average of around eight hours for a reply, so we suggest the live chat option if you have any queries for the Unibet staff.

Unibet Payment Methods

Unibet offers all the usual depositing avenues, such as credit card, debit card, POLi, PayPal (only for Australian residents), BPAY and bank transfer.

Punters can get their money withdrawn to either their credit or debit card, or through a bank transfer.

Getting it back onto your card is the much quicker option as bank transfers can take up to three days, but Unibet have been known to speed up the process.

Daryl Curnow
About the Author: Daryl Curnow

After graduating from the University of Auckland (BA – English), Daryl was thrown into the world of sports and horse racing journalism.
Having worked as a racing journalist for two years, he decided to move into the online world of horse racing and sports writing. After years of honing his craft, Daryl became a professional punter in 2009 – with a focus on horse racing, NRL, AFL, NBA, Rugby, NFL, and US college sports. Daryl's tips have been featured on various websites around the world before joining the GoBet team. When he's not working, Daryl tries to avoid making bogeys on the golf course.