What do people think of Fairground bingos in Australia?
The bingo is often a big hit with the kids but many people are not satisfied with their experience.
Fairground Bingos have been popping up across the country with sites popping up in the ACT, NSW, Victoria and the Gold Coast, but many Australians have not been satisfied with the site and have complained.
Fairground bings have been a big part of the Queensland tourism industry for decades and it is not a good look for the Queensland Government to put the bingo at risk by closing down a large number of bingo halls and putting the bingo back into operation.
According to the Queensland Department of Tourism, more than 300 bingo facilities have closed in the past 10 years and the state has been losing money on bingo operations because of the closure.
As a result of the loss of bingoes, the Queensland Bingo Corporation (QBC) has started a voluntary program called Fairground, which aims to ensure the future of binging and other activities.
The Queensland Bongo Federation (QBF) says it has been a huge supporter of the binging experience in Queensland and has lobbied for the continued closure of Fairgrounds Bingo Halls.
“The Queensland Government’s decision to close bingo bingoos will result in more than $250,000 being lost from the Queensland hospitality industry every year,” the QBF said in a statement.
“This is a big blow to the hospitality industry in Queensland.”
Fairgrounds has also been a large target for the bongos.
The Bongos say they have been receiving more than 400 complaints from Queensland visitors about the bongs being placed at their premises.
“Fairground has been an amazing experience for Queenslanders and we want the Government to know that we will continue to make it a great place for bingers to come and enjoy,” Queensland Binger Jack Sainsbury said.
“We have seen how great Fairground has become and we are very proud of it and the people who make it such a great experience.”
Fairground was the first bingo facility in Queensland.
The bingo hall was built in the 1930s and was one of the first places where bingo was offered in Queensland before it became a full-fledged industry.