Open an Account

A UBET account provides a convenient and efficient way to bet via the telephone or internet. You can start your account with as little as $10 (AUD).

There are four ways you can open an account:

To establish an account you must provide sufficient identification under the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML) Act.

If you already have an account but have not used it before for Internet Access, you will need to contact UBET Account Betting and Enable the Account

Note: For information on the operation of your UBET Account, see the Account Information page.

Open Account by Telephone

To open a restricted UBET account immediately call 13 19 39 (within Australia) or +61 (7) 3632 6110 outside Australia. You can make an initial deposit of between $10 and $200 using your credit card.

Note: Proof of identification must be supplied within 21 days or the account will be suspended until identification is provided. (If details are not supplied within 90 days, or 45 days for Northern Territory residents, the account will be closed and any balance will be sent to the appropriate regulatory body within one year of account opening, or within 13 months of account opening for UBET TAS customers)

Open Account at a UBET Outlet

To open an unrestricted UBET account at a UBET outlet, complete the UBET Account Application Form and call into your nearest UBET Retail Outlet with the appropriate proof of identification documents

Accounts can be opened quickly if application is made prior to the commencement of the day's racing program.

Open Account by Mail

If you are unable to access an Australia Post or UBET outlet, you can have your identification verified by an Acceptable Referee. Take the UBET Account Application & Identification Form to one of the Acceptable Referees noted on Page 3 of the form and then forward the completed form to:

UBET Betting Accounts
PO Box 248
Queensland 4010

Don't forget to include your initial account deposit. (Minimum deposit is $10 (AUD)) and can be paid by personal or bank cheque or a money order. Cheques should be made payable to UBET.