South Aussies love their keno, with many punters who wouldn’t normally frequent a land based casino still enjoying the thrill of a quick keno game. If you live in Adelaide or frequent the Festival State, read on to find out what keno games are available, where you can play in the City of Churches, and the best keno sites available online.
Best online Keno websites
Where to play keno in South Australia
Keno in South Australia is run by the SA Lotteries commission, a government organisation which appointed the Tatts Group to oversee its keno offerings. With a new game happening every 3.5 minutes you never have to wait long to join in on this game of luck.
SA Lotteries has over 590 outlets throughout South Australia. Keno games can be played in newsagencies, petrol stations, pharmacies, pubs, RSL’s and selected TAB venues throughout the state.
- Adelaide Casino (formerly Skycity) – North Terrace, Adelaide
- Arab Steed Hotel – 241 Hutt Street, Adelaide
- Bunker Sports Bar & Grill – 21 Pulteney Street, Adelaide
- Duke Of Bruick Hotel – Level 1 207 Gilbert Street, Adelaide
- Elephant & Castle Hotel – 179 West Terrace, Adelaide
- Gawler Place TAB – Pirie Plaza 63 Pirie Street, Adelaide
- Hindley Street TAB – 9-11 Hindley Street, Adelaide
- Hutt Street TAB – 185 Hutt Street, Adelaide
- North Adelaide TAB – 132 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide
- Richmond Hotel – 144 Rundle Mall, Adelaide
- Rob Roy Hotel – 106 Halifax Street, Adelaide
- Rosemont Hotel – 156 A Hindley Street, Adelaide
- Talbot Hotel – 104 Gouger Street, Adelaide
- Wellington Hotel – 36 Wellington Square, North Adelaide
- First Commercial Inn – 29 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide
- Port Adelaide TAB – 164 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide
- Portland Hotel – 286 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide
- Commercial Hotel – 76 Commercial St West, Mount Gambier
- Federal Hotel – 112 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier
- Jens Town Hall Hotel – 40 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier
- Mt Gambier West TAB – 167 Commercial Street, Mount Gambier
- Park Hotel – 163 Commercial Street, Mount Gambier
- South n Hotel – 8 Commercial St E, Mount Gambier
- South Eastern Hotel – 235 Commercial Street, Mount Gambier
- South Gambier Football Club – Blue Lake Sports Park, Mount Gambier
- Mount Gambier – Western Tavern – 178 Jubilee Highway, West Mount Gambier
- Boston Hotel – 19 – 21 King Street, Port Lincoln
- Grand Tasman Hotel – 94 Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln
- Great Northern Hotel – 34 Hallett Place, Port Lincoln
- Pier Hotel – 33 Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln
- Port Lincoln Hotel – 1 Lincoln Highway, Port Lincoln
- Old Spot Hotel – 1955 Main North Road, Salisbury Heights
- Salisbury North Football Club – 39-41 Bagster Road, Salisbury North
- Eureka Tavern – 10 Park Terrace, Salisbury
- Salisbury Hotel – 52 Commercial Road, Salisbury
- Salisbury TAB – 95 John Street, Salisbury
- Stockade Tavern – 2 Gawler Street, Salisbury
- Glenelg North TAB – 615 Anzac Highway, Glenelg North
- North Watermark Hotel – 631 Anzac Highway, Glenelg North
- South Bay Hotel – 58 Broadway, Glenelg South
- Broadway Hotel – 61 The Broadway, Glenelg South
- Glenelg South TAB – 91 Brighton Road, Glenelg South
- Glenelg Jetty Hotel – 28 Jetty Rd, Glenelg
- Holdfast Hotel – 81 Brighton Road, Glenelg
- Criterion Tavern – 18 Nineteenth Street, Gawler South
- Gawler TAB – 32 Murray Street, Gawler
- Sundowner Hotel – Lincoln Highway, Whyalla Norrie, Playford
- New Whyalla Hotel – 10 Gowrie Avenue, Whyalla Playford
- Eyre Hotel – 37 Playford Avenue, Whyalla
- Spencer Hotel – 1 Forsyth Street, Whyalla
- Westland Hotel – 100 McDouall Stuart Avenue, Whyalla
- Bridgeport Hotel – 2 Bridge Street, Murray Bridge
- Murray Bridge Hotel – 20 Sixth Street, Murray Bridge
- Swanport Hotel – 3166 Jervois Road, Murray Bridge
- Barker Hotel – 22 Gawler Street, Mount Barker
- Gray’s Inn – 63 Gawler Street, Mount Barker
- Risdon Hotel – 22 Moppett Road, Port Pirie West
- Pt Pirie Central Hotel – 30 Alexander Street, Port Pirie
- Ian’s Western Hotel – 10 Loudon Road, Port Augusta West
- Central Augusta Football & Community Sporting Club – 3 Hannagan Street, Port AugustaPastoral Hotel – 17 Stirling Road, Port Augusta
- Sky Tavern – 4 Tassie Street, Port Augusta
- Grosvenor Hotel – 44 Ocean Street, Victor Harbor
- Hotel Crown – 2 Ocean Street, Victor Harbor
- Corio Hotel – Railway Terrace, Goolwa
- Goolwa Hotel – 7 Cadell Street, Goolwa
- Bartley Tavern – Bartley Terrace, West Lakes
- Checkside Tavern – Turner Drive, West Lakes
- Lakes Resort Hotel – 141 Brebner Drive, West Lakes
- Nailsworth TAB – 126A Main North Road, Prospect
- Reepham Hotel – 273 Churchill Road, Prospect
- Windmill Hotel – 94 Main North Road, Prospect
- Britannia Hotel – 1 Kensington Road, Norwood
- New Alma Hotel – 66 Magill Road, Norwood
- Norwood TAB – 115 The Parade, Norwood
- Grand Hotel55 – George Street, Millicent
- Somerset Hotel – 2-4 George Street, Millicent
- Sportsman’s Hotel – 72 George Street, Millicent
How to play keno in South Australia
Keno is a number based game relying purely on luck. There’s no particular strategy or skill required to play, which is what makes it so popular with recreational players hoping to strike it rich.
In SA Lotteries keno, players purchase a keno ticket and select up to 10 numbers from a possible pool of 80. You can select as little as one number (called a “spot”) or as many as 10, with the more spots you choose giving you a higher chance to win the million-dollar prize.
20 numbers are then randomly drawn to constitute the winning numbers of the game and the more winning numbers you predicted, the higher your winnings. In order to win the million-dollar jackpot, 10 spots must be selected and you must match all 10 numbers from the 20 numbers drawn.
SA Keno games can be played from as little as $1. You can choose to as few as one single draw or as many as 500 consecutive draws.
There are three options available when playing SA Lotteries keno:
1. Purchase a keno coupon and manually mark down your chosen numbers
2. Buy a QuickPick coupon which automatically selects numbers for you
3. Register for an Easiplay Club Card so you can play with favourite stored numbers
Keno Coin Toss – you also have the option of playing the Keno Coin Toss, either by marking it on your keno coupon or purchasing the single Keno Coin Toss ticket. In this mini game you choose between heads, tails or evens which means you are betting that either:
– the majority of the 20 keno numbers drawn will be between 1 and 40 (heads)
– the majority of the 20 keno numbers drawn will be between 41 and 80 (tails)
– the 20 keno numbers drawn will be evenly spread between heads and tails (evens)
The Coin Toss pays double your bet for any heads or tails win, or four times your bet for any correct guess on evens. You can choose to bet between $1 and $100 per Keno Coin Toss game.
What about online keno sites for SA?
While SA Lotteries doesn’t run its own online keno site, there are many Aussie-friendly casinos which allow South Australians to play keno online for real money. Playing online keno at online casinos is ideal for those who want to enjoy the thrills of this luck based game and potentially bring in some big bucks, but without all the fuss and hassle of heading to a pub, TAB or newsagency. There’s no standing in line, no putting up with the stench of stale beer and no need to even leave the house.
We recommend the following real money keno sites for SA players:
Games at these casinos are powered by RNG (random number generator) technology just like the keno games hosted by SA Lotteries. All you need to do is sign up for an account, make a deposit using a range of safe payment options in AUD, select your keno numbers and watch the results unfold before your eyes.
G’day Casino also offers a live dealer keno game, which is a game hosted in real time by a real human and streamed to your computer via high-def video. This is a great option for those who prefer to be able to watch the keno numbers being drawn rather than relying on computerised software.
Can I play keno on my mobile?
The casinos recommended above also offer the option for mobile play, catering to both Apple iOS and Android operating platforms so games can be played on a wide range of smartphone and tablet makes and models. The mobile casinos only offer a condensed version of the games available at the full desktop sites, and unfortunately keno hasn’t yet been optimised at any of these venues for mobile play, but with the mobile technology expanding rapidly, check back regularly as it won’t be long before keno can be played on the go at these portable sites.