How do I check my ticket?
The best way to enjoy the Australian Powerball experience is to check your Powerball results live as the numbers are drawn on Channel 7 or 7TWO (and affiliated regional stations) at 8:30pm AEST and 9:30pm AEDT every Thursday. If you happen to miss the broadcast, you can always check the results online or on the Oz Lotteries app half an hour after the broadcast.
What does the Powerball number mean in Powerball results?
The Powerball number is the last number to be drawn. It is drawn from its own pool of twenty numbers and acts as an addition to the regular numbers. There are nine divisions for Powerball results, six of them including a correct Powerball number as a requirement. Choosing the correct Powerball number along with at least two correct main numbers equates to a significant boost in your overall winnings.
How do I see previous draw results?
If you would like to get notified of new results, you can receive all the latest draw results via email when you sign up for an Oz Lotteries account online today. To view past results, you can search for older draw results on the Oz Lotteries website.
What time are the results drawn?
Tune in every Thursday at 8:30pm AEST and 9:30pm AEDT on Channel 7 or 7TWO (and affiliated regional stations) to watch the results get drawn live. Don’t forget that you can always check the results later online or on the Oz Lotteries app roughly thirty minutes after the live Powerball draw.
How do I see Powerball draw statistics?
To play the lottery in the most responsible way possible, it is important that you understand the odds of winning the jackpot. The chances of winning the top prize in Australia from one ticket is 1:134,490,400. For a more detailed analysis of current Powerball draw statistics, make sure to visit the relevant Powerball statistics page today.