The latest betting apps released by Australia-friendly bookmakers aren't any different from desktop PC software packages in terms of functionality. Most of the apps designed by major sportsbooks offer real-time odds, mobile banking, audio commentary, sports result and news, as well as betting tips. As you'd expect, those apps cover all the popular Australian sports, including racing, golf, rugby, tennis, soccer, basketball and, obviously, Australian Rules Football. If you're an Australian Football League or Rugby League fan, you're guaranteed to get complete event coverage and a wide range of betting options. When it comes Australian horse racing, there are many racebooks that allow you to wager on major races like the Melbourne Cup, Caufield Cup, Victoria Cup, Brisbane Cup or WATC Derby. Our website features some other regional guides, including USA mobile sportsbooks, UK mobile sportsbooks and Canadian mobile sportsbooks.
|Site Name||Bonus Offer||USA||Review|
|Betonline Mobile Sportsbook||25% Max $1000||Review|
|5Dimes Mobile Sportsbook||50% Max $520||Review|
Australia has very liberal regulations when it comes to online sports betting. While the Interactive Gambling Act of 2001 made it absolutely illegal to offer real money gambling products to Australian citizens, it does have an exception for pre-match online sports betting, as this form of gambling wasn't considered "interactive" by the local lawmakers. This means that licensed Australian operators are allowed to run online sports betting sites that offer their services to Australia residents. Please note that the IGA makes it illegal for the bookmakers to offer live in-play betting to Australia-based customers. It's also worth pointing out that the IGA does not apply to individual bettors, which means that even if some sites violate those regulations, it is not illegal for Australians to use any iGaming sites. All things considered, Australia residents are essentially free to place their bets using any online sports betting platform that is willing to accept them.
Q: I live in Australia. Can I wager on European or American sports?
A: Yes! Most of the Australia-friendly bookmakers also cover all the important sporting events in Europe, Canada and the United States. In fact, some of the sites tend to cover local events, which means that Australians are pretty much free to bet on anything they want.
Q: Are sports betting apps expensive?
A: No. Mobile sports betting apps are actually 100% free to use.
Q: Is betting on the go safe in Australia?
A: Yes! Even if you use a public WiFi network, the communications between your smartphone or tablet and your sports betting operator are going to be secured using the latest encryption technologies, which makes it next to impossible for an unauthorized third party to gain access to any sensitive information.
Q: Can I watch live video streams of sporting events using my Australia-friendly betting app?
A: None of the Australian sports betting sites support live video streaming for traditional sports or horse races. However, the latest Bet365 app does support the live streaming functionality.
Q: Which platform is best for mobile betting in Australia?
A: Every mobile platform has is strengths and weaknesses. Whether you own a Blackberry, an Android system or an iOS device, you're essentially guaranteed to get the same features that you'd expect from a standard Windows PC software package. Consequently, choosing the platform boils down to personal preference.