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JungleBet Review [May 2024]

  • Betting Markets Variety
  • Banking Options
  • Mobile Experience
  • Payout Speed
  • Customer Support
  • Betting Experience
Total score

Top Features

  • Same race multis
  • Same game multis
  • Quality app
  • Quirky and memorable design
  • Same game multis
  • Good selection of player props
  • Average odds for basic sports markets
  • Poor odds for racing
  • No live betting
By:Mike Jones

For new betting sites, often a unique design is the primary way that they attempt to stand out from the crowd, and JungleBet certainly takes that to the extreme. You can probably guess what the theme is (it’s the jungle), but there is more to this new betting site than just a funky aesthetic. In this detailed JungleBet review, we’ll go into detail about all the good, all the bad, and all the in between of this bookmaker. 

JungleBet Strengths and Weaknesses

JungleBet, like any betting site, has areas in which it excels and areas in which improvement is needed. In this section, we take a look at three of their most prominent strengths, and three of their biggest weaknesses.

✔️JungleBet Strengths 

  • Quirky and memorable design: The jungle themed design of the JungleBet Australia website and app helps them to immediately stand out from the crowd. Whether you care, I don’t know, but hey – it’s nice to have something aesthetically pleasing to look at while you’re putting your bets on. 


  • Same game multis: Same game multis provide an added dimension to betting on sports. They are increasingly available with most betting sites, but still not all, so it’s nice that the option is there with JungleBet. 
  • Good selection of player props: Like with same game multis, player props aren’t something that you will find with every betting agency, and how many different player props there are can also vary. With JungleBet, you will find plenty of different player related markets on which to bet. 

❌JungleBet Weaknesses

  • Not very good odds for basic sports markets: Unfortunately, the odds offered by JungleBet on basic player markets are pretty poor. For line bets, for example, which generally vary from $1.87 to $1.92 for even markets, you’ll only get $1.85 or $1.86 with JungleBet, which is a big margin for them to take. 
  • Poor odds for racing: Likewise, the odds for racing are not very good with JungleBet Australia. There are other betting sites which are worse, but in general the majority of runners will be around the lowest odds that you will find across the major betting sites. 
  • No live betting: It is not often that new betting sites have live betting available, but that doesn’t mean that it is not a weakness. The fact that you can’t bet on live events might not matter to some, but for others it could easily be a dealbreaker. 

👨‍⚖️JungleBet Final Verdict

As always, the strengths and weaknesses of JungleBet will have different meanings to different people, though there are a couple of areas they really need to work on in the weaknesses. Poor odds is something that affects every punter and will turn off plenty, though the great range of player props and same game multi availability will equally be a big plus for a lot of potential customers. 

JungleBet Info Card

Website:  www.junglebet.com.au Company: Jungle Strategic Pty Ltd 
License & regulation: Licensed and regulated by the Victorian Gambling and Casino Control Commission (VGCCC)   Year founded: 2023  
Live betting number: N/A Contact information: Live chat (on website or mobile app), email (through the website)   
Address/Headquarters: Sydney, NSW Sponsorship Deals: N/A 
Deposit Methods: Debit/credit card, bank transfer Withdrawal Methods: Bank transfer 
Features: Same race multis, great player prop selection Apps Devices: Yes, available for iOS and Android 
Odds Providers: TAB Owner: Jungle Strategic Pty Ltd 

JungleBet Review

New betting sites have been popping up with increasing regularity for years in Australia, but never has that been more true than in recent times. The BetCloud platform which JungleBet uses has been the basis for a huge number of new bookmakers, each of which is difficult to discern from the next aside from by the varying colour palettes and fonts they each use to make themselves unique. 
That’s not to be entirely negative – these are generally decent enough betting sites, and JungleBet Australia is no exception. The aforementioned unique designs which these bookies tend to use is immediately obvious when you head to the JungleBet site, with the jungle theme slapping you in the face harder than a red turtle shell on DK’s Jungle Parkway, the Mario Kart level which this site resembles. 
Of course, aesthetics are just that, and it’s in the detail that these bookmakers truly establish themselves as either a genuine player in the game, or one to avoid.  
To start with, let’s talk sport. JungleBet does not provide a huge number of different sports to bet on, but for those that they do offer there is a whole lot to enjoy. For major sports like soccer and basketball, there are markets on a massive number of leagues from all around the globe, and for the big leagues like the EPL and NBA, you will often find in excess of 500 different markets to bet on. 
Unfortunately, the odds do leave a little bit to be desired. For line bets you’ll find that the odds are often around $1.85, which is very low for an Aussie bookmaker, though there can sometimes be a little more value in player props. 
The racing component of the site is relatively similar. By and large they offer much the same thing as most other bookies, with all Australian and international races easy to locate on the site and app, but like with sports, the odds are relatively poor compared to most of their competitors. 
One thing in their favour, however, when it comes to racing, is the existence of same race multis. This form of betting is growing in popularity but isn’t yet available everywhere, so the fact that you can find it on JungleBet will certainly add to the appeal of this betting site for some punters. 
The desktop site, as mentioned, is set against a memorable thematic backdrop, but more importantly it’s also very easy to use – as are all those which use the BetCloud platform. Pivotally, JungleBet Australia also has a really functional mobile app, which in my experience is an even easier way to utilise this betting site than the desktop site itself. The app is downloadable for iOS and Android devices. 

And if you run into any trouble with JungleBet? They have got a relatively comprehensive customer support platform accessible on both the website and app, with your two options for getting into JungleBet contact being live chat, and by sending a message on the site which they will respond to via email. Generally I’ve found the customer support agents helpful here, though there is certainly room for improvement in the speed of response. 
Finally, to banking. You won’t find many different payment methods on JungleBet, with only debit/credit card and bank transfer available for deposits and only the latter of those for withdrawals, though for most people that will likely be enough to shift funds around as required. 
Overall, JungleBet is a pretty run of the mill betting site, offering an aesthetically pleasing platform on which to bet with a great range of markets when it comes to popular sports. They certainly have room for improvement, though, most notably in their odds both for basic sports markets and for racing, while their customer support platform, though generally good enough to resolve issues, could benefit from an injection of speed. 
If, however, you just need somewhere to whet your whistle and place a couple of bets, you could do a lot worse than JungleBet Australia.  

JungleBet Score

Betting Variety ⭐⭐⭐⭐

JungleBet have a really good selection of markets for the sports that they do offer, though that number of sports is relatively limited. 

Banking Options ⭐⭐

Most new betting sites only offer debit/credit card and bank transfer, and JungleBet is no different. For me personally that is enough for five stars because I use those anyway, but it’s hard to give them more than two for such a limited number of payment methods.  

Mobile experience ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

The JungleBet mobile app is really good, as are most new betting sites’ apps, and make it easier to use your phone with this betting site than your computer.  

Payout Speed ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I’ve never had any issues with payout speed with JungleBet. 

Security ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Likewise, I haven’t had any issues with security with JungleBet either. 

Betting Experience ⭐⭐⭐

Courtesy of an easy to use mobile app and desktop site the betting experience is pretty good with JungleBet Australia, though they lose a couple of stars for tardy customer support. 

Customer Support ⭐⭐⭐

The customer support platform with JungleBet is decent enough, with live chat and a message system on the site the options for you to contact them, but they can be a little slow responding which means that they are docked a couple of points here. 

Frequently Asked Questions About JungleBet

In this section, we are going to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about JungleBet. 

This really depends on personal preference, but for me the mobile app is the platform I use the most often. JungleBet customers benefit from the fact that both are pretty good ways to access their services, and if you’re already on your computer then there is certainly good reason to open up the website and use them in that way. But the flexibility of the mobile app and the fact that it operates every bit as quickly as the website means that for me, that is the platform that I use the most when punting with JungleBet. 

Nope, unfortunately you cannot. This is the same with all Australian betting sites – Australian regulations dictate that only those over the age of 18 and currently located within Australian can use JungleBet, so if you are overseas you will have to wait until you’re back within Australian borders to use JungleBet, and all other Aussie bookmakers. 

At this point in time, there is no live betting option with JungleBet. That certainly does not mean that there never will be – there are plenty of bookmakers who didn’t previously offer live betting who now do. But as a new betting site they are likely focused on simply making ends meet initially, with live betting something they would potentially think about well into the future once they get their footing in what is a very saturated industry. 

It’s pretty common for new betting sites not to offer live streaming services. Acquiring these services evidently costs money – bookies have to pay for broadcast rights if they want to show them – and of course, new betting sites don’t typically have endless reserves of cash to spend. Generally they’ll focus their attention on things like developing a quality mobile app, as JungleBet Australia have done. 

JungleBet Racing

Now to the JungleBet racing experience. I won’t waste too much time discussing the ins and outs of the process of betting on racing with JungleBet, because it is pretty much the same across the board when it comes to the cookie-cutter type betting sites popping up these days. 
It’s all pretty simple – upcoming races are plastered across the home page of both the desktop site and apps, while if you want to find specific races then simply follow the prompts to get to the race of your choice. 
Once there, you’ll be greeted with all of the regular odds – you can bet on win/place markets, or skip through to exotics like trifectas and quinellas at the top. 
One area in which JungleBet Australia does differentiate itself a little from various other betting sites is through the addition of Same Race Multis. These can be found up the top near the exotics, and enable you to pick a number of runners of your choosing to finish either first, in the top two, top three or top four. This provides you with greater flexibility than a simple trifecta, not having to select a certain number of runners and also able to pick certain runners in certain positions – for example, you might bet one runner to finish top two and another to finish top four. 
That’s a nice addition to the racing component of the site, but realistically it’s the odds which are the most important thing here. I’ve taken a comprehensive look at how JungleBet stacks up with their competitors, and it’s safe to say that the results could be better. 
Their odds are not the worst in the industry, but they are a fair way down the pecking order. In an upcoming race in NSW, for example, they have the favourite listed at $1.70 – elsewhere it’s generally between $1.65 and $1.75. That’s okay, but a further look reveals a runner at $7.50 which is between $7.50 and $9.20 everywhere else, another at $8.50 which you can get at $9.50 at various other sites, and the same trend goes on. 
That makes it hard to justify betting on racing with JungleBet. There are certainly worse options out there so if you’re comparing this site to those ones then you’ll find a bit more value, but the vast majority of betting sites offer at worst comparable but generally better odds than JungleBet on most races. 

JungleBet Best Features

Like most new betting sites, JungleBet Australia is a relatively cookie cutter type operation. There isn’t a whole lot that helps it to stand out from the crowd, but there are a couple of things which are worth including among their best features.  

Same race multis 

Same race multis are not something that you will find across all Australian bookmakers just yet, though their commonality is certainly on the rise. At JungleBet, they’re already readily available on most Australian races, though you do generally have to wait until closer to the jump to place these bets. Same race multis work like this: each runner will have odds to finish first, in the top two, top three or top four. You can build your multi in any way that you like – you could have four runners to finish in the top four, just as you would for a First Four bet, you could have one runner to finish top two and another to finish top four, or anything else you’d like. The odds multiply based, obviously, on the likelihood of the bet – if, for example, you select two runners to each finish top two at $2 each, your same race multi won’t simply come to $4 (2 x 2). Instead, it will be higher than that, because assuming the first of your runners finishes top two, that leaves only one spot for the second runner to also finish top two, and thus the odds will multiply further than the sum of the odds. This is a fun way to bet on racing which provides more flexibility than simply betting on exotics like Quinellas and Trifectas. 

Unique website and app design 

With so many betting sites very closely mirroring one another popping up these days, there is only a limited number of things that they can do to stand out from the pack. One of those is the design of their website and app, and JungleBet Australia certainly do that. Their jungle theme is plastered all over both of their platforms, giving off a nostalgic feel which will transport you back to your days as a 12-year-old playing Diddy Kong Racing on your Nintendo 64. Of course, having a nice design does nothing to improve your odds of winning, but it is, at least, a nice addition to the betting experience. 

JungleBet Sports Coverage

Most new betting sites don’t have a great number of different sports available to bet on, and JungleBet is the same, with just nine sports available at the time of writing; basketball, cricket, darts, ice hockey, rugby league, rugby union, soccer and tennis. Of course, there are a couple of other popular sports which will pop up when relevant, most notably Aussie rules football and golf. And while there are not all that many sports, those that are offered have lots of different leagues and markets. In this section, we will take a look at the specific leagues and give some insight into the range of markets available for different sports. 


JungleBet Australia, like all betting sites in Australia, has plenty of different basketball markets to bet on, reflective of the huge growth in popularity of the game in Australia. NBA is where you will find the most markets – for upcoming games you will be able to find in excess of 500 different markets for the biggest basketball league in the world, making this one of the better NBA betting sites in terms of number of markets available. 

You will also find plenty of markets for Australia’s league, the NBL, while there are also limited markets on a massive range of other leagues from all over the planet. These smaller leagues obviously have less markets and generally worse odds, too, though the odds for the bigger leagues are not really much chop to start with. 

Rugby League 

At the time of writing there is nothing in the way of rugby league of Australia on the horizon, but once the NRL season rolls around there are a plethora of markets for that league, as well as the State of Origin in the middle of the season. Likewise there are markets, albeit less, for the NRLW. At the time of writing, however, even in the offseason there are rugby league markets to bet on courtesy of the English Super League, though there are less than ten markets for individual matches in this league. 

American Football  

American football, or more specifically the NFL, is one of the leagues for which you will find the most markets on an individual game on JungleBet. As an example, upcoming games in the NFL have over 500 different markets to choose from – these range from typical markets like head to head and line through to a huge variety of player props. Again, the odds are not particularly good here – hopefully they will improve as JungleBet establishes its position in the betting pecking order a little more – but there are at least plenty of different markets to choose from for lovers of American football. 

Australian Rules Football 

Australian rules football is generally one of the more popular sports to bet on in Australia – at least in states outside of New South Wales and Queensland – and there are a suitably large range of markets on JungleBet for the AFL as a result. Like with the NFL, you will find in excess of 500 different things to bet on for individual AFL games, while there are also markets on the AFLW and some state leagues too – as always, however, the odds and the range of markets for these is significantly lower than it is for the biggest leagues. 


Cricket used to be a sport primarily reserved for summer consumption in Australia, but courtesy of the advance of T20 it is now enjoyed all throughout the year. That means that there are more betting markets available than ever, and JungleBet has plenty of cricket markets for you to sink your teeth into all year round. Of course, a lot of this is centred around whatever the Australian national team is doing at the time, while the BBL and IPL also take up a lot of space in the betting market, though you will also be able to bet on other international games and smaller T20 leagues around the world too. 


Tennis is another sport which is running throughout much of the year, and as a result there are not too many low periods when it comes to betting on the sport. JungleBet has markets for all matches in major professional events, though for the smaller ones these markets are pretty much limited to head to head results. Once the Grand Slams come around, however, like with every betting agency, you can expect to find a great deal more betting options for tennis on JungleBet. 

Do JungleBet have any sponsorship deals?

At the time of writing, JungleBet des not have sponsorship deals with any sporting teams, though they do partner with racing organisations from around the country. 

Betting Markets and Types of Bets Available

Having discussed the different sports available with JungleBet, as well as how many different markets you can expect to find for those sports, let’s now get a little more specific and take a look at the specific markets and types of bets that they offer. 

JungleBet Betting Markets 

  • Head to head bets 
  • Line bets 
  • Total bets 
  • Half bets 
  • Player props 
  • Quarter bets 
  • Win/place racing bets 
  • Exotic racing bets (quinella, exacta, trifecta, first four) 

JungleBet Types of Bets Available 

  • Single bets 
  • Multi bets 
  • Same game multis 
  • Same race multis 

JungleBet Mobile and App

Now to the mobile app, which, like with all new betting sites, is a pretty good one and offers a legitimate alternative to the desktop site.  
The JungleBet app is particularly memorable, as is the desktop site, courtesy in no small part due to the jungle theme plastered across it. It looks as though you’re about to embark on a couple of laps of DK’s Jungle Parkway on Mario Kart, but hey, a little bit of colour never hurt anyone.  
Once you’re in the app, you’ll find that it follows pretty much the same theme as most apps these days. Your home page will, as usual, list some of the major upcoming races, while you can also toggle through to ‘Sports’ to see major upcoming sporting events. Alternatively, use the menu at the bottom to flick through to whatever markets it is that you’re looking for.  
The most important thing for me when reviewing betting apps is that it is functional. All the bells and whistles in the world don’t mean anything if the app is lagging, continually shutting down, logging you out or suffering some other frustrating issue which seem to exist in a lot of these apps. 
In my experience of using the JungleBet app, I didn’t come across any such issues. Generally it was reasonably fast to load new pages, and there were no major bugs that I came across, so much so that I actually found it easier to use the JungleBet app than the website itself – and that is no criticism of the website. 
You can also do more than just bet with the JungleBet app. All of the other functions you may need to perform are available on the app, with everything from customer support to deposits and withdrawals all easy to do from your mobile phone, meaning that you can basically do everything that you need to do with JungleBet Australia without ever happening to open your computer. 
Overall, the JungleBet app is really good one, from the appealing aesthetic through to the way that it actually works. If you, like me, tend to enjoy using mobile apps over the desktop versions of them – assuming that they function well – then you’ll most likely be spending more time on this app than on the JungleBet website. 

JungleBet Banking

Many of the more established betting sites in Australia have a huge range of different banking options, sometimes upwards of ten. For the most part, however, the same couple of payment methods will tend to be used, so it makes sense that new betting sites in Australia don’t tend to worry too much about adding a whole lot of different options.  
Instead, they tend to keep it simple and opt to offer just a couple of the most common payment methods, and JungleBet is no different. You have two options for depositing with them – debit/credit card and bank transfer – while for withdrawal it’s limited to just bank transfer. 
Let’s start off by discussing the deposit options. As I always say, debit/credit card is your easiest option, and if you can get in the habit of using it then you’ll be able to do so on every betting site you use, because they all offer it. To use this you simply need to have your card details; enter them in on the deposit page and you will be able to see the funds immediately arrive in your betting account.  
The same can’t be said for bank transfer. This is still a relatively simple way to deposit – instead of entering your card details, you enter your bank details – but unlike with debit/credit card, you will have to wait a period of time for the bank to process the withdrawal and subsequently the funds won’t arrive for generally about a day. 
Regardless of which method you choose, bear in mind that the minimum amount that you can deposit with JungleBet Australia is $10. 
The end goal, obviously, of punting is to have the chance to withdraw, so if you manage to get there then you’ll need to know how to do it. Credit/debit card is never available for withdrawals, meaning you’ll have just a solitary option here; bank transfer. 
This is easy enough to do, but as with depositing using this method there is a wait for the funds to get back into your account, with the withdrawal time with JungleBet tending to sit at around 1-2 business days. Once again, you will have to withdraw a minimum of $10. 
The payment methods with JungleBet are not particularly extensive, but for me and likely most punters, that’s a non issue. What they do provide is the most basic of methods, and importantly, a secure method to transfer your money. 

Is JungleBet Legal in Australia?

Of course! We only review legitimate, legal betting sites, so if you come across a bookmaker review on BettingTop10 you can be sure that the bookie in question is licensed and registered with the appropriate authorities. JungleBet is no different. 
If you’re after a little bit of information about this registration, head to the JungleBet home page and scroll to the bottom. This is where you’ll find licensing information on most bookmaker sites, too. JungleBet are registered with the Victorian Gambling and Casino Control Commission, while their gambling operations are governed by JungleBet’s Responsible Gambling Code of Conduct, and in South Australia, by the South Australian Responsible Gambling Code of Practice.

If you need help controlling your gambling, JungleBet offers a few tools to assist you in that regard as well. Down the bottom of the page you will also find a link to BetStop, which is a National Self-Exclusion Register, meaning if you sign up with them you can exclude yourself from every betting site in the country. You’ll also be able to set a deposit limit to minimise the amount of money that you can deposit with JungleBet, and by clicking on their ‘Responsible Gambling Policy’ link you’ll also find some tips to control your gambling and links to gambling help services. 

JungleBet Customer Service

The customer support platforms of most new betting sites using the BetCloud platform tend to be pretty much the same – you will find live chat and email as your two points of contact, while no phone will be available. The same is true for JungleBet. 

You can get into contact them to resolve any issues you may have using either of these two methods. For me, the simplest is live chat, which enables you to immediately get into contact with a customer support agent and have your query resolved quickly – at least, that’s the idea. 
Unfortunately, in my experience JungleBet’s support platform doesn’t tend to be a particularly efficient one. The whole point of live chat is, as mentioned above, to be able to quickly and efficiently resolve solution, but clearly that premise is based on there being sufficient customer support agents available to respond promptly. 
This hasn’t always been the case in my experience with JungleBet Australia. A couple of times I had to wait in excess of five minutes to get onto them, which doesn’t sound like a whole lot but isn’t exactly in my daily plans when I wake up in the morning. Once I did get onto them the agents were actually pretty helpful, but the wait was far from ideal.  
The alternative way to get in touch with them is essentially by sending them an email, though it’s not through your regular email platform. Instead, on the site, by clicking contact us you can choose to send a ‘ticket’, which essentially just requires you to outline your issue and they will respond to you via email in due course. 
Though they certainly have a bit to work on in terms of speed of response, it’s not all bad with the JungleBet customer support platform. They do, at least, have live chat available and you can utilise it seven days a week, while the help they do give is generally fairly robust. By simply making sure that they respond to their customers with a little more speed, JungleBet could end up with a very solid customer support platform. 

JungleBet How To

We’ve nearly come to the end of this detailed JungleBet Australia review, but before we wrap things up, we’re going to give you a step by step rundown on how to do a couple of important things on the JungleBet site. If you are an experienced bettor you can probably figure this stuff out for yourself, but if you’re a newbie to the game then this section could come in handy. 

How to sign up with JungleBet 

It’s never too difficult to sign up with a betting site. This is how you go about the JungleBet sign up process. 

  • Head to www.junglebet.com.au and locate the ‘Sign Up’ button, in green, in the top right hand corner of the page. 
  • You will then be greeted with the same page as you will be on all betting sites which use the BetCloud platform. This is a one-page sign up process which will ask you to fill in some personal info, such as your name and date of birth, as well as the password you would like to create for your account. 
  • At the bottom of this page, you’ll have to check a box confirming that you agree to the terms and conditions and that you are over 18. 
  • Simply click ‘Create My Account’ once you have filled in all the information, and your JungleBet account will be live! 

How to place a bet with JungleBet

Once you have finished the sign up process, you will of course want to know how to place a bet. Fortunately it is a pretty straightforward process, and this is how you do it. 

  • Go through the Junglebet login process on either the JungleBet website or the mobile app. 
  • Locate the market of your choosing; plenty of upcoming events are listed on the home page, or you can follow the prompts through to the event you wish to bet on. 
  • All markets will be conveniently listed in the one place with their odds alongside them. 
  • To place a bet, you will first want to click on the odds which pertain to the market you wish to bet on. This will subsequently bring up a ‘betslip’ with your chosen bet in it. 
  • Enter your desired stake into the relevant box. 
  • This will bring up the option to confirm your bet – check that your stake is correct as well as the potential returns if it wins, and if all is well then you’re free to confirm your bet!

How to place a ‘blended’ bet with JungleBet 

Blended bets are a type of racing bet which allow you to pick multiple runners to win the same race, giving you more opportunity to win – though obviously this comes with inferior odds. This is how you do it on JungleBet. 

  • Head to the race of your choosing either on the desktop site or the mobile app. 
  • At the top of each eligible race, there will be a ‘blended’ tab you can click on at the top of the page, as shown in the image below. 


  • Once you click on this, all of the runners’ odds to win will come up. 
  • Click on as many runners as you like, and the ‘blended’ odds will come up. 
  • These odds will reduce as you click on more runners; if you choose two $4 runners, for example, your odds for either of them to win will be around $2. 
  • Once you’re satisfied with your blended bet, click ‘Add to betslip’. 
  • From there it’s simply a matter of following the same process as outlined in the above ‘how to place a bet’ section. Enter your stake of choice, check that both it and the potential outcome are as planned, and click ‘Confirm Bet’. 

My name is Mike and I am a sports writer from Sydney, Australia with experience writing about a variety of differing sports. I have a particular passion for all things basketball, but I am always happy to cover anything and everything as is my love for sport!


Features: Same race multis, great app, quirky design, same game multis 
Sports covered: Basketball, rugby league, Australian rules football, cricket, tennis, soccer 
Apps: Yes, available for iOS and Android 
Payment options: Debit/credit card, bank transfer 
Contact information: Live chat, email 

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