About us

Furphy Infrastructure Group is the parent entity for a group of companies specialising in the provision of community infrastructure products & services. From design & engineering through to manufacturing, construction & maintenance, our products and services delivered through specialist entities respond to the diverse needs of Australian communities.

We service Local & State Government authorities, Transport, Education & Property sectors collaborating with Parks & Gardens, Roads, Waste and Capital Works departments, Landscape & Building Contractors, Landscape Architects, Urban Designers & Developers and have more than 180 years of combined industry experience.

Best Italian Online Casinos 2022

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Italian Casinos

Internet gambling is popular all over the world, but in many countries laws can be strict, making it difficult to enjoy casino games.

Because of the popularity of online gambling in Italy and the friendly attitude of the government, this means that there are plenty of fantastic gaming platforms to choose from. This is a significant plus for players, as they will always be able to log in and play the casinos that have the games they like to play.

Since we are one of the leading countries in the world in terms of online casino games, players will have access to the most advanced platforms that use the latest technology. Thus, it is now a win-win situation for players and online casino operators in Italy.

Online gambling in Italy

As we mentioned above, Italy is a country that is very welcoming when it comes to online gambling platforms. That’s why there are so many of them around. However, the government is serious about legality and so on. And they have been doing so since 2011, when online gambling was approved.

If an operator wants to run a business in Italy, he will need to get a license from the government. Without the necessary permission from the Italian authorities, a gaming platform is considered illegal and unsafe. Thus, players should always check for an up-to-date license before committing.

Italian players can also play outdoors. Here, on our website, you will find Top Online Casino Sites in Italy designed for Italian players. Traditional payment methods and cryptocurrency are also available for Italian players, so feel free to choose your next favorite casino room to play from our list.

Top 10 Casino Games in Italy

Gambling entertainment is available on PC, mobile and tablet devices for players from 18 years old. Popular – slot machines (bonus, free, jackpot), blackjack, roulette, Texas Hold’em variant poker, live games.

Popular slot machines

In Italy, as in other European regions, enjoy success with products of world famous developers: Greentube, Playtech, NetEnt, Betsoft, IGT, Microgaming and others. According to the ratings of Italian online casinos, the absolute favorite among players in this country is the slot machine Book of Ra. Slot of the Austrian manufacturer Greentube, dedicated to the Egyptian theme is popular in both the classic version and the updated: Deluxe and Deluxe 6.

The most popular slots in Italy also include the following developments:

  1. Treasures of Troy (IGT);
  2. Dolphin’s Pearl (Greentube);
  3. Starburst (NetEnt);
  4. Sizzling Hot Deluxe (Greentube);
  5. Gladiator (Playtech);
  6. Avalon (Microgaming).

There are no popular slot machine developers in Italy, and it is mainly foreign software that is in demand.

Gambling regulation

In Italy the gambling industry is supervised by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Autonomous State Monopoly Administration. Games based on pari-mutuel and sports betting are taxed at 4.5% of gross revenue, while casinos are taxed at 20% of gross revenue. Bingo and lotteries have a flat tax rate of 11%. When holding poker tournaments, the operator is obliged to pay 3% of the total amount of money supplied by players.

“We deliver needed community infrastructure products and services via our technical capabilities in design, manufacturing, installation and maintenance services”

Sam Furphy – Group Managing Director

Our difference





Corporate Social & Community Responsibility

You might ask why is Furphy involved in literary awards? Well, that stems back to our beginnings.

Fostering creativity, conversation and story-telling is inherent in our values and history.

The Furphy Literary Awards honour Australian author, Joseph Furphy, whose major work – Such is Life – is recognised as an Australian classic.  Published in 1903, “Such is Life”, like his other works, captured the Australian character and custom, life and scenery in a unique way that was rich and detailed.

His work remains a thoughtful and colourful insight into an earlier Australia and the Furphy Literary Awards add to his legacy and to Australian writing.

Today, we’re proud sponsors and supporters of the Furphy Literary Award which aims to encourage and celebrate the next generation of writers who can pen a good yarn. The annual event invites entries of previously unpublished short stories up to 5000 words, as well as a junior and youth category for short stories and poetry, with generous prizes on offer.

Click here for more about the Furphy Literary Awards

Our brands

As the parent entity, Furphy Infrastructure Group owns and operates the iconic Furphy Foundry, Landmark Products, CIVIC Infrastructure Services, Landmark Solar Structures and Trailworx Australia.



John Furphy set up a Blacksmith and Wheelwright shop and begins making agricultural equipment. Over time his business grows and in the 1880s the shop becomes a fully-fledged foundry, producing iron castings. 100 years later Furphy’s Foundry becomes a leading manufacturer and supplier of street and park furniture and public BBQ products. Furphy’s Foundry is one of Australia’s oldest companies, managed by a 5th generation family member Sam Furphy. In 2021 the Furphy Infrastructure Group was created.


Landmark Products commenced as a manufacturer of outdoor timber products in 1988. Their initial products were factory-built, kit-form shelters. Pedestrian bridges and restrooms were added 1992, before they introduced engineered timber and steel structures for public and commercial sectors. Landmark Products is Australia’s leading supplier of engineered, factory-built structures, as well as one of few companies in Australia providing a full-service offering from design through to manufacturing, installation and ongoing maintenance. Furphy Foundry Investments acquired Landmark Products in 2012.


Furphy Foundry Investments acquires public BBQ manufacturer KSG BBQ’s in 2013. The public BBQ designs were improved and expanded and are now considered the leading public BBQs throughout Australia and New Zealand.


CIVIC Infrastructure Services commences in the specialisation of installation, maintenance and condition auditing of open space infrastructure products.


Formed in 2022, and supported by Landmark’s 30+ years’ experience designing manufacturing, installing and maintaining factory-built outdoor structures, now with the addition of solar panels.

In response to the ever-changing and increasingly important energy market in Australia, Landmark Solar Structures creates dynamic outdoor community areas that provide solar power to power EV stations and solar batteries.



FIG acquires Trailworx in 2023, to form Trailworx Australia following a proud 10-year history in design, construction and maintenance of Mountain Bike Tracks, Pump Tracks and Hiking Trails. With the support of FIG, Trailworx will expand its services to establish a stronger National offering. 

Sam Furphy Group Managing Director

Meet our Team

Sam is a dynamic & experienced Managing Director and active company director. He has acquired extensive organisational leadership & business management skills over the last 30 years as a CEO across a broad range of industries including the infrastructure, manufacturing, construction, maintenance and property sectors.

Sam is an active contributor to the arts & literary community as a director of the Furphy Literary Award and publication of the annual Furphy Anthology. Sam is also a director of the Furphy Foundation.

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Finance & Administration

Chris Holly

Chief Financial Officer

Katrina Damien

Finance and Admin Manager

Liz Prendergast

Personal and Executive Assistant

Human Resources

Ileana Rodriguez

Human Resources Manager

Quality Department

Sarah Clark

Group Quality Assurance Manager


Julie O'Brien

National Contracts and Compliance Officer


Scott Llewelyn


Ryan De Vincentis

Marketing & Branding Coordinator

If you would like to reach out to our team please email queries@furphyig.com.au or call us on 1300 768 230

Industry Partnerships

We work across the following Industry Sectors. From regional country towns to large cities and other urban areas. We value the partnerships we have established across the following industry sectors.

  • Local & State Government Authorities
  • Transport
  • Education
  • Landscape, Building & Civil Contractors
  • Landscape Architects, Architects & Urban Designers
  • Property Developers
  • Major Projects

Contact us

Email queries@furphyig.com.au Phone 1300 768 230 Group Head Office 103b 18-24 Ricketts Road, Mount Waverley, Victoria, 3149 Melbourne Sydney Canberra Brisbane Adelaide Perth Darwin Auckland