About Us

The website you are visiting is owned and operated by Punt Media Pty Ltd, experts in providing sports and racing betting tips to make your punt more valuable and enjoyable. We offer our visitors and users betting information in great detail when it comes to taking a punt on horse racing, fantasy sports plus a huge range of popular lotteries, and more. We also provide useful and fun betting tools and analysis, as well as sports news, betting tips, odds comparisons, and a betting interface to place bets with all the best bookmakers.

Importantly, we do not own a gambling license and nor are we an actual betting company. Rather, we offer our consumers betting tips, betting tools and detailed analysis for sports and racing. We work closely with not only renowned corporate bookmakers throughout Australia but also lottery betting companies. Each of these professional entities is licensed from the Northern Territory.

Having said that, we closely follow the stipulations of the Interactive Gambling Act, which regulates interactive gambling services in Australia. As such, we do not collect any personal data from you at all, other than that which is laid out in our clear privacy policy.

We also only offer betting information and tips to our consumers based on betting companies that are operate within the Financial Transaction Records Act. These companies are all licensed by the relevant authorities and regulated for the protection of Australian consumers.

Problem Gambling

Gambling is a pastime that is enjoyed responsibly across Australia by many. In fact, up to 8 out of every 10 adults love the occasional flutter, with many placing a bet on a horse or dropping a coin in a poker machine on a weekly basis. Many enjoy gambling as it is intended – as a great form of entertainment. Statistics show that almost every Australian places a bet in one way or another at least once a year, which can involve anything from buying a lottery ticket to visiting the casino.

However, gambling can also be addictive, creating problems and harm for some people and their families. While the risk of running into trouble is low for people who buy the odd ‘scratchie’ or lottery ticket, it is estimated that 95,000 ‘pokie’ players and 115,000 Australians overall are problem gamblers, with many more considered to be at risk.

The important thing to remember is that, if you suspect you might have a gambling problem, you are not alone. Help is easily accessible in a couple of effective forms. Firstly, you can apply for what is called ‘self-exclusion‘, which is a voluntary system where betting companies will not take your bets. This option allows you to decide the length of the exclusion, whether you extend it further, and when you think you are ready to gamble responsibly again.

You can also get gambling help through Gambling Help Online. This is a useful resource for accessing support and connecting with other people who may also be proactively dealing with their gambling problems.