The Bookmaker, sharpe ratio, promo betting, Australian Bookies

The range of Australian bookies available to punters has undergone a lot of change over the past couple of years.

On one hand, there’s been a lot of merger and acquisition activity among some of the online bookmakers, which has seen a heap of brands combined. Names such as William Hill, BetEasy and UBET have now gone the way of TomWaterhouse.com, CentreBet and SportingBet, while other smaller players such as betting.club, MadBookie and TopBetta have been swallowed up.

So it can appear there’s now less options when it comes to Australian Bookies. That’s not strictly the case, however… a whole lot of smaller, independent players – most of them on-course bookmakers – have now found themselves online in somewhat of a ‘second wave’ of online Australian bookmakers.

There are a lot of options for punters… but just how many are there? Check out our guide to get an idea…

Australian Bookies

To help you start to navigate the crowded bookmaking industry, we’ve put together our quick guide of online Australian bookies. This shows all the brands now operating in Australia, and who owns them. There’s a few businesses (Entain, predominantly) who operate a number of different brands in Australia. So while it might seem you’re betting with four different bookies… Ladbrokes, Neds, BetStar and Bookmaker.com.au are actually all the one operator.

New Australian Bookies

As you can see, there’s been a massive influx of independently-owned Australian bookies heading into the online space.

All Australian Bookies

Zoom in to check them all out, or click here to download a PDF copy.

Champion Bets Australian Bookmakers

Which Australian bookies are the best?

That’s the big question, isn’t it?

We’ve done the research for you! You can check out our full list of Top Bookies right here. From the dozens of Australian bookmakers now operating online, these are our six favourites.

So how can we take advantage of all these bookies?

So there’s dozens of them, and they’re all after your punting dollar. So how can we make that work for us?

Obviously the more bookie accounts you have, the better the chance of you getting the best price. But beyond that the best way to take advantage of all these new bookies in the market is to get on board with our betting expert Rod, who runs our long-standing High Low membership. His bets are are aimed at getting the most possible from all the different bookmakers we have to choose from in the Australian marketplace. The results are truly spectacular, so make sure you check out High Low for more information.

Rod’s High Low is a staggeringly profitable, specialist service that suits a certain type of punter.

With an average bet size of less than $50, you won't be breaking the bank.

To see if you might be able to take advantage of the unmatched profits it offers, get in touch with us for a chat.

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