Powerball Australia Jackpot & Prizes – Winning Chances

Powerball Australia is the country’s largest national lottery. The Tatts Group operates this outstanding lotto game under the brand The Lott and cooperating subsidiaries such as South Australian Lotteries, Golden Casket in Queensland, Tattersalls in Tasmania, and Victoria, New South Wales Lotteries. Powerball is run by Lotterywest in Western Australia. Do you want to win Powerball Australia jackpot? Let’s find out more!

Powerball Australia had its first draw in 1996, so it is a lottery with a long history. The draw is currently held once a week, on Thursdays at 8.30 p.m. local time in Melbourne.

Traditional lottery tickets can be purchased in one of the thousands of local lottery offices located throughout Australia.

Powerball Australia can be played online at LottoPark 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from anywhere in the world. We only purchase tickets for our customers from fully authorised Powerball Australia local lottery retailers.

Latest Result (Jun 13, 2024, 8:30:00 PM GMT+10)

Latest Result (Jun 13, 2024, 8:30:00 PM GMT+10)
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Country Australia Schedule
Thursday 10:30 AM UTC Lottery Local Time: Thursday 8:30 PM GMT+10
Guess Range 7/35 + 1/20
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Powerball Australia rules

Powerball Australia Jackpot

The rules of Australian Powerball have changed a few times in history.

From 1996 to March 1, 2013, a player had to choose 5 basic numbers between 1 and 45 and one additional “Powerball” number between 1 and 45. The likelihood of winning the jackpot was one in 54,979,155.

From March 2013 to April 13, 2018, a player had to choose six basic numbers between 1 and 40, as well as one “Powerball” number between 1 and 20. The odds of winning the Powerball Australia jackpot was one in 76,767,600.

Since April 14, 2018, a player must select 7 basic numbers between 1 and 35, as well as one additional “Powerball” number between 1 and 20. The chances of winning the Powerball Australia jackpot are one in every 134,490,400.

Powerball Australia prizes & jackpot

The Australian Powerball lottery is ideal for anyone who enjoys large jackpots. The minimum jackpot is A$3,000,000 and can roll over for a maximum of 25 draws, resulting in impressive nine-figure sums! To win the first tier of prizes, a player must match all seven basic numbers as well as the “Powerball” number to the official winning numbers drawn during the Powerball Australia results draw.

Lower-tier Powerball Australia prizes are also worth your consideration. There are nine prize tiers in this lottery. The smallest prize is awarded for matching two basic numbers and the “Powerball” number. Overall, the chances of winning any prize are 1 in 44.38.

Powerball Australia prizes

We present detailed information about the odds of winning as well as all of Powerball Australia’s prizes, including the jackpot, in the table below.

The rules of claiming Powerball Australia prizes

The deadline for claiming Powerball Australia prizes is determined by the state where the winning ticket was purchased. A lucky winner in the Northern Territory, Victoria, or Tasmania has 6 months from the date of the draw to claim his Powerball Australia prizes. A player has 12 months from the date of the draw in Western Australia and Southern Australia to claim the Powerball Australia jackpot or other winnings. In New South Wales, a player has 6 years from the date of the draw to claim his or her prizes.

Powerball Australia prizes up to $ 2,500 (calculated using the current exchange rate) are automatically transferred to a player’s account on our website by LottoPark. All winnings in excess of this amount necessitate a separate procedure.

Powerball Australia prizes are tax-free in the country, but if a winner plays online from a different location, we recommend checking the tax laws in the winner’s home country.

The greatest Powerball Australia jackpots in history

Powerball Australia winnings

The largest Powerball Australia jackpot reached A$150,000,000 on September 19, 2019, and was won by three extremely lucky players: one ticket was sold in New South Wales and two tickets were sold in Queensland.

A single player from Sydney won the largest Powerball Australia jackpot for an individual player on January 17, 2018. He was awarded A$107,000,000.

The 3rd most impressive jackpot reached A$100,000,000 on August 18, 2018, and was shared between two winners – from Melbourne and Sydney.

If you want to join the exclusive millionaires club, play Powerball Australia online or choose one of the world’s biggest lotteries with the biggest jackpots and play at LottoPark.

Tier Match
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Prize #1I Match
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7 + 1
Prize : 35.00% shared
Jackpot
Chance to win : 1 in 134,490,400
Prize #2II Match
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7 + 0
Prize : 1.80% shared
Estimated: A$133,578.8
Chance to win : 1 in 7,078,443
Prize #3III Match
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6 + 1
Prize : 1.10% shared
Estimated: A$6,428.0
Chance to win : 1 in 686,176
Prize #4IV Match
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6 + 0
Prize : 2.00% shared
Estimated: A$463.7
Chance to win : 1 in 36,115
Prize #5V Match
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5 + 1
Prize : 1.50% shared
Estimated: A$161.8
Chance to win : 1 in 16,943
Prize #6VI Match
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4 + 1
Prize : 9.70% shared
Estimated: A$72.0
Chance to win : 1 in 1,173
Prize #7VII Match
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5 + 0
Prize : 7.60% shared
Estimated: A$42.7
Chance to win : 1 in 892
Prize #8VIII Match
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3 + 1
Prize : 15.00% shared
Estimated: A$18.1
Chance to win : 1 in 188
Prize #9IX Match
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2 + 1
Prize : 26.30% shared
Estimated: A$11.0
Chance to win : 1 in 66
Overall chances of winning any prize : 1 in 44.38

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