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How to Play Australia Powerball Online

How to Play Australia Powerball Online

Play Australia Powerball with seven numbers from 1-35 and an additional number, the Powerball, from 1-20. When the Aussie lotto passes AUD$10 million, rollovers jump AUD$10 million or more, which allows the Australia Powerball jackpot to quickly grow to big 8-figure sums! Use your Lucky Numbers, manual selection, or random selection (quick pick) to buy official lottery tickets online, and see a scan of your ticket in your account before the draw with theLotter’s See Your Ticket Service.

Australia Powerball is drawn on Thursdays at 10:45am GMT and theLotter offers one-time regular entries as well as systematic forms. Find out more about How it Works.

Five Out of Eight Australia Powerball Prize Divisions Use the Powerball

Six out of Nine Australia Powerball Prize Divisions Use the Powerball

Australia Powerball has a total of nine prize divisions, including one for matching just two out of seven main numbers and the Powerball! The overall odds of winning any Powerball prize are 1 in 44. Match the seven main numbers and the Powerball to take home the multi-million dollar Australian Powerball jackpot!

Save on Australia Powerball Tickets Online

Save on Australia Powerball Tickets Online

Enjoy amazing discounts on Australia Powerball when you play official lottery online at theLotter! Save up to 25% when you buy a 5, 10, 25 or 52-draw Australia Powerball multi-draw, purchase a Bundle with a built-in discount, or perhaps you prefer every 10th ticket free with your Powerball subscription package. theLotter VIP club gives loyal players additional discounts of up to 20% on all online purchases!

How to Win the Australia Powerball Jackpot

How to Win the Australia Powerball Jackpot

Australia Powerball’s top prize starts at AUD$3,000,000, and in 2009 it reached as high as AUD$80,000,000, an amount only bettered in Australia by the Oz Lotto. Match all seven numbers and the Aussie Powerball number to win your share of the Australian Powerball jackpot. Choose from six or twelve line one-time entries; 8, 9, 10 and 11-number systematic forms are also available to help you win big when your lucky numbers come up!

If you are a fan of lotteries from Down Under, check our Australian Lottery Guide!

theLotter’s Australian Australia Powerball Winner

theLotter’s Australian Powerball Winner

R.D. from Australia because one of our players who won at a local lottery playing online at theLotter. A fan of both the Australia and US Powerball, R.D. joined early in 2013 and won a fantastic AUD$6,427 third place prize in the 2 May 2013 Aussie Powerball draw for matching 5+PB. If he had also matched the sixth main number selected, R.D. would have won a share of a AUD$60,000,000 jackpot, the highest in the lottery since it set its AUD$80,000,000 record!

How to Claim Australia Powerball Prizes at theLotter

How to Claim Australia Powerball Prizes at theLotter

Win one of Australia Powerball’s eight great prize divisions and receive free win alerts via email and SMS, courtesy of theLotter. Prizes will go straight into your account after results are published and after the prize has been received from the official lottery operator, Larger prizes may need to be collected in person. Australia Powerball prizes are tax-FREE!

How Does Australia Powerball compare to the US Powerball?

How Does Australia Powerball compare to the US Powerball?

When you play Australia Powerball you select seven main numbers (from 1- 35) compared to the five main numbers (from 1 – 69) you choose when you play US Powerball. The extra Powerball number in the Australian lottery is selected from a guess range of 1-20 while in the American lottery, you choose the Powerball number from a guess range of 1-26.

Latest News About Australia Powerball

Interesting News About Australia Powerball

A Powerball jackpot prize of AUD$40 million was split between two Division One winners in the draw on 22 March 2018; one of them was a young mother from Sydney who could barely afford going out for a cup of coffee. The Australia Powerball jackpot record was set in July 2009, when multiple players shared a win of AUD$80 million.