You could win £46 Million

  You could win £46 Million

  Match 2 + 1 to win

  Based on the official Oz lottery

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Game Rules

Oz Powerball Bets are placed on the result of the relevant draw of the Australian “Powerball” lottery, which is a lottery operated by New South Wales Lotteries Corporation Pty Ltd (https://thelott.com) (“NSW”).

Powerball involves a random draw of seven “Numbers” selected from 1 to 35 and a further random draw of one “Power Ball” number selected from 1 to 20. The Player of a Bet picks seven numbers and one number accordingly.

Draws are usually held every Thursday at 20:45 New South Wales time.

The cost will be displayed within the Number Picker page as you make your picks and the resulting ticket.

The deadline for placing a Bet for any particular draw is determined for each draw and will be posted on the Website.

There are 9 ways to win:

 

Prize Tier

Odds

Average Estimated Prize

Category 1

Match 7 + 1

134,490,400

$3,000,000.00

Category 2

Match 6 + 1

686,176

$4,588.65

Category 3

Match 6

36,115

$355.75

Category 4

Match 5 + 1

16,943

$133.45

Category 5

Match 5

892

$38.45

Category 6

Match 4 + 1

1,173

$64.30

Category 7

Match 3 + 1

188

$16.70

Category 8

Match 2 + 1

66

$10.20

Category 9

Match 7

7,078,443

$66,327.00

(Prizes stated are estimates if not noted as a fixed sum and are stated in Australian Dollars)

Only one Prize Category can be won per Bet, which will be the highest of the available Prize Categories achieved by that Bet. 

The Winnings payable in respect of each Winning Bet in Prize Categories 3 to 9 shall be the amount of the Pay Out announced by NSW in respect of a Lotto winning ticket in the respective Prize Category.

The Winnings payable in respect of each Winning Bet in Prize Categories 1 and 2 will depend on (a) the number of NSW winning tickets in that Prize Category plus the number of Network Winning Bets in the relevant Prize Category (“WINNERS”), and (b) the aggregate Pay Out by NSW in the relevant Prize Category (“FUND”). The Winnings will then be calculated as FUND divided by WINNERS thus:

             FUND

_________________

          WINNERS

Network refers to each of the different gaming websites worldwide offering this game powered by the Lot.to brand.

Only one Prize Category can be won per Bet, which will be the highest of the available Prize Categories achieved by that Bet. 

If NSW has not announced a Pay Out for Category 1 for the relevant draw, the Pay Out payable in respect of each Winning Bet in Category 1 will be calculated on the basis of the official advertised Jackpot amount for that Lotto Draw or the official reported Category 1 prize pool (if any) – the latter taking precedence.

Pay Outs in any particular Prize Category other than the jackpot are calculated on the basis of the amount of aggregate stakes published by NSW as well as the distribution to that Prize Category or on the basis of the value published by NSW for that Prize Category of the relevant draw of the underlying lottery.

In the event of a conflict between language translations, English shall take precedence.

 

Prize Payouts

What do you get if you cross an elephant with a Kangaroo?... Big holes all over Australia. Boom! Boom!

The land Down Under is a very big place, so it's fitting that the prize payouts on Oz Powerball are pretty huge too. Jackpots kick off around AU$4 Million and keep on rolling till they’re won. The current jackpot record is AU$75 Million.

 

Prize Tier

Odds

Average Estimated Prize

Category 1

Match 7 + 1

134,490,400

$3,000,000.00

Category 2

Match 6 + 1

686,176

$4,588.65

Category 3

Match 6

36,115

$355.75

Category 4

Match 5 + 1

16,943

$133.45

Category 5

Match 5

892

$38.45

Category 6

Match 4 + 1

1,173

$64.30

Category 7

Match 3 + 1

188

$16.70

Category 8

Match 2 + 1

66

$10.20

Category 9

Match 7

7,078,443

$66,327.00

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Oz Powerball Logo More about Oz Powerball

You might think the folks Down Under have shamelessly pinched the idea for Oz Powerball from the Yanks, and you’d probably be right. Still, you'd be mad to let that put you off. This weekly game can hold its own in the lottosphere, with jackpots worth up to AU$75 Million. You’ll be leaping like Skippy when you pocket that bonzer prize.

Oz Lotto is operated by New South Wales Lotteries Corporation. Draws take place every Thursday at 20:45 AEST.

Why should I play:

  • Be part of Australia's biggest fixed odds draw
  • You could win AU$75 Million
  • Matching 2 + the Power Ball gives you a cash prize

For more information, use the buttons below or check out the FAQs.

Frequently Asked Oz Powerball Questions

  • Why should I play Oz Powerball?

    With just 1 weekly draw, Oz Powerball offers plenty of cash prizes and it’s a lot easier to hit the jackpot than on USA Powerball. With 8 ways to win, it’s a game you can really get you teeth into.

  • How do I play Oz Powerball?

    Choose 6 numbers from 1 to 40 and 1 number (the Power Ball) from 1 to 20. Match all 6 numbers to win the jackpot. It’s as simple as that. 

  • What are the most common numbers in the Oz Powerball results?
    • The most commonly drawn number on the Oz Powerball lottery is 5, which we've seen 168 times. 
    • The second most common number in the Oz Powerball draw is 22, which has been drawn 167 times
    • The lotto ball seen least in the Oz Powerball results is 28, which has only been drawn 128 times.
    • The most common lottery ball pairing on the Oz Powerball lotto is 18+29, with 26 appearances. 
  • What is the history of the Oz Powerball lottery?
    • The official Oz Powerball lottery was launched in 1993. The brand is owned by Tatts Group and operated by its subsidiary, TheLott. 
    • The national lottery game is actually offered through a nationwide partnership of state lotteries, including New South Wales Lotteries, Golden Casket, South Australian Lotteries and Lotterywest.
    • The current format of the weekly Oz Powerball draw was introduced in 2018 with the intention of creating more rollover jackpot draws. 
    • A new 9th prize division was also added to the Powerball lotto. 
  • Can you tell me some fun facts about the Oz Powerball game?
    • Unlike many official national lottery games where the lower-tier prizes are fixed, on the Oz Powerball lottery all prize payouts are based on ticket sales. So, the more people play, the more they can win. 
    • Oz Powerball draws are only broadcast live on TV when the jackpot goes over AU$15 Million. The host is Troy Ellis of the Seven network.
    • The first lotteries in Australia were illegal sweepstakes, which became common in the 19th century. The first official lotteries were launched in the 1930s and used to pay for the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
    • The first ever winner of the Oz Powerball lotto was sued by a friend who claimed that he, and not the winner, had bought the ticket. He lost. 
  • Where can I find the official Oz Powerball results?

    You can find the official national lottery results for Oz Powerball on the Celeblotto results page after every draw. 

Oz Powerball News

Game Rules

Oz Powerball Bets are placed on the result of the relevant draw of the Australian “Powerball” lottery, which is a lottery operated by New South Wales Lotteries Corporation Pty Ltd (https://thelott.com) (“NSW”).

Powerball involves a random draw of seven “Numbers” selected from 1 to 35 and a further random draw of one “Power Ball” number selected from 1 to 20. The Player of a Bet picks seven numbers and one number accordingly.

Draws are usually held every Thursday at 20:45 New South Wales time.

The cost will be displayed within the Number Picker page as you make your picks and the resulting ticket.

The deadline for placing a Bet for any particular draw is determined for each draw and will be posted on the Website.

There are 9 ways to win:

 

Prize Tier

Odds

Average Estimated Prize

Category 1

Match 7 + 1

134,490,400

$3,000,000.00

Category 2

Match 6 + 1

686,176

$4,588.65

Category 3

Match 6

36,115

$355.75

Category 4

Match 5 + 1

16,943

$133.45

Category 5

Match 5

892

$38.45

Category 6

Match 4 + 1

1,173

$64.30

Category 7

Match 3 + 1

188

$16.70

Category 8

Match 2 + 1

66

$10.20

Category 9

Match 7

7,078,443

$66,327.00

(Prizes stated are estimates if not noted as a fixed sum and are stated in Australian Dollars)

Only one Prize Category can be won per Bet, which will be the highest of the available Prize Categories achieved by that Bet. 

The Winnings payable in respect of each Winning Bet in Prize Categories 3 to 9 shall be the amount of the Pay Out announced by NSW in respect of a Lotto winning ticket in the respective Prize Category.

The Winnings payable in respect of each Winning Bet in Prize Categories 1 and 2 will depend on (a) the number of NSW winning tickets in that Prize Category plus the number of Network Winning Bets in the relevant Prize Category (“WINNERS”), and (b) the aggregate Pay Out by NSW in the relevant Prize Category (“FUND”). The Winnings will then be calculated as FUND divided by WINNERS thus:

             FUND

_________________

          WINNERS

Network refers to each of the different gaming websites worldwide offering this game powered by the Lot.to brand.

Only one Prize Category can be won per Bet, which will be the highest of the available Prize Categories achieved by that Bet. 

If NSW has not announced a Pay Out for Category 1 for the relevant draw, the Pay Out payable in respect of each Winning Bet in Category 1 will be calculated on the basis of the official advertised Jackpot amount for that Lotto Draw or the official reported Category 1 prize pool (if any) – the latter taking precedence.

Pay Outs in any particular Prize Category other than the jackpot are calculated on the basis of the amount of aggregate stakes published by NSW as well as the distribution to that Prize Category or on the basis of the value published by NSW for that Prize Category of the relevant draw of the underlying lottery.

In the event of a conflict between language translations, English shall take precedence.

 

Prize Payouts

What do you get if you cross an elephant with a Kangaroo?... Big holes all over Australia. Boom! Boom!

The land Down Under is a very big place, so it's fitting that the prize payouts on Oz Powerball are pretty huge too. Jackpots kick off around AU$4 Million and keep on rolling till they’re won. The current jackpot record is AU$75 Million.

 

Prize Tier

Odds

Average Estimated Prize

Category 1

Match 7 + 1

134,490,400

$3,000,000.00

Category 2

Match 6 + 1

686,176

$4,588.65

Category 3

Match 6

36,115

$355.75

Category 4

Match 5 + 1

16,943

$133.45

Category 5

Match 5

892

$38.45

Category 6

Match 4 + 1

1,173

$64.30

Category 7

Match 3 + 1

188

$16.70

Category 8

Match 2 + 1

66

$10.20

Category 9

Match 7

7,078,443

$66,327.00

Terms of Play