Powerball offers jackpots that start at a guaranteed $3 million and can grow quickly up to $100 million or more. There are also nine prize divisions in total so you can win awards without matching all the numbers. Draws take place once a week on Thursday evenings and you need to enter by 7:30pm AEST.
The largest Powerball Division 1 prize to date was worth $150 million. The record jackpot was won in September 2019 by three players - two from Queensland and one from New South Wales. It became the largest jackpot to have been won in Australian lottery history.
Learn How to Play
To play Powerball, pick seven numbers from 1 to 35 along with a Powerball number from 1 to 20. The more numbers you match the better. There are various methods of entry to choose from.How to Play Guide
Odds and Prizes
The most appealing aspect of Powerball is the jackpot which can rapidly rise into the tens of millions of dollars. You can also win in eight other prize divisions.Dividends & Odds
Check Your Tickets
The Powerball Number Checker will tell you how many numbers you’ve matched in recent draws and whether you’re set to receive a prize. You can check multiple sets of numbers at once.Ticket Checker
Stats & Hot Numbers
View a range of in-depth statistics compiled from results dating back to the very first Powerball draw. See the most common numbers, the least common, and more.Statistics
If you’re looking for your next set of numbers to land that huge jackpot, use this Powerball Number Generator to create as many random lines as you want for upcoming draws.Generate Numbers
Take a look at the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Powerball to learn everything you need to know about the game.FAQs
Powerball has given away the biggest jackpots in Australian lottery history. Find out more about the players who have snapped up these record Division 1 prizes.View Winners