The Australian Powerball is one of the most popular lottery games in the country and offers nine different ways to win in every draw. Draws take place on a Thursday night and in order to win the jackpot, or Division 1 prize as it is known, players are required to match seven numbers drawn from a pool of 35, plus one Powerball number drawn from a pool of 20. Apart from the jackpot, there are eight other prize tiers; players can even win a prize for matching a combination of just two main numbers and the Powerball number.
This Australia Powerball data includes all draws up to and including Thursday 14th February 2019. The last Australia Powerball draw number was 1187.
Prize Draw Information
The next estimated Australia Powerball jackpot is AUD $30 Million
Latest 10 Australia Powerball Numbers
|Draw Date:||Winning Numbers:||Draw Detail:|
|Thursday 14th February 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Thursday 7th February 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Thursday 31st January 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Thursday 24th January 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Thursday 17th January 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Thursday 10th January 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Thursday 3rd January 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Thursday 27th December 2018|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Thursday 20th December 2018|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Thursday 13th December 2018|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
Australia Powerball Odds & Prize Draw Breakdown
Players must pick 7 balls from a pool of 35 and 1 Powerball from a separate pool of 20.
|Numbers Matched||Odds (Rounded)|
|7 Main Numbers + Powerball (Jackpot)||1 in 134,490,400|
|7 Main Numbers||1 in 7,078,443|
|6 Main Numbers + Powerball||1 in 686,176|
|6 Main Numbers||1 in 36,115|
|5 Main Numbers + Powerball||1 in 16,943|
|5 Main Numbers||1 in 892|
|4 Main Numbers + Powerball||1 in 1,173|
|3 Main Numbers + Powerball||1 in 188|
|2 Main Numbers + Powerball||1 in 66|
Approx. Overall Odds: 1 in 44
Australia Powerball Draw Details
Australian Powerball History
The first draw took place in May 1996. Originally players had to select five numbers from 45 and a Powerball number from another choice of 45.
The game changed in March 2013, with players required to pick six numbers from a pool of 40 and a Powerball number from a separate set of 20. More prize tiers were also introduced to create more winners.
A ninth prize tier was added on Friday 13th April 2018 when further changes were made to Powerball to bring it up to its current format. The revamp saw players required to select seven main numbers from a choice of 35, plus one Powerball number between 1 and 20.
The record for the largest Powerball prize ever won was broken just a few months later when two players split AU$100 million.
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