Go to a Bingo Parlour
Go to a local Bingo Parlour in Australia. You can also use internet to search for the nearest Bingo parlour.
Buy your book of Tickets
Just as in United States or UK, you have to purchase your game cards (also known as book of tickets). Remember you will be required to pay a small fee to purchase the game cards. In some Bingo parlours in Australia, the word “Bingo” is sometimes replaced by “Housie”; if you hear it, don't worry, it is the same as Bingo.
Understand your ticket
In United States and various other parts of the world, the game card is divided into a table with five alphabets, B-I-N-G-O, appearing at the top of each column containing five of possible 15 numbers. However, in Australia, the Bingo grid consists of nine columns and three rows. Every row contains five numbers while every column contains a combination of one, two or three numbers out of the possible nine numbers.
Listen to the announcement for the commencement of the game
Carefully listen to the caller to make an announcement of starting the game formally. The caller will then randomly select numbers, using a computer or a random number generator.
Understand which Bingo variation is being played
There are many possible Bingo variations played in Australia. You need to carefully understand which variation is being played when you enter the game.
Mark off numbers quickly
Listen carefully to the caller picking up numbers randomly and mark each number as it is called.
Stand up and shout out Bingo immediately after winning
If you have met the requirements for winning the game, stand up at once and shout Bingo to let the conductor know that you have won the game. A parlour official will come to you and to verify your claim and ticket before awarding you the prize.