The Powerball lottery is conducted in the country of Australia. The Powerball lottery in Australia is presented every Thursday and is a weekly lotto game. The Australian Powerball lottery presents an opportunity to win approximately AUD 150 million!
For the Australian Powerball results that will be announced on July 18, 2021, the jackpot prize is approximately AUD 150 million. The draw will be announced today at 8:30 pm AEST and the winning number will be updated shortly.
The winning numbers for July 14, 2021, game were (in numerical order)
Powerball number was 10
The winning numbers for July 10, 2021, were (in numerical order)
Powerball number was 03.
The winning numbers for July 7, 2021, were (in numerical order)
Powerball number was 08.
To play the Australian Powerball lotto game, the first and important thing that a player needs to understand that there will be two barrels during the game. The first set of the barrel has numbers from 1 to 35. The second set of the barrel includes 1 to 20 numbers. The player needs to choose 7 numbers for the first set of barrels that is the numbers from 1 to 35. And for the second set of the barrel, they need to select 1 from 1 to 20 numbers.
The winner for the Australian Powerball lottery will win a jackpot of AUD 150 million. According to the rules, each standard game costs about AUD 2.20.
Anyone player above 16 years of age can participate in the Australian Powerball lottery by purchasing a ticket online or offline. The Powerball winning numbers can also be checked by online participants.
First draw - May 23, 1996
Highest Jackpot - AUD 150 million on September 19, 2019
Odds of winning Powerball Jackpot - 1 in 134,490,400
Odds of winning any prize - 1 in 44
Game format over the years:
Prior to March 2013 - 5/45 Regular Balls, 1/45 Powerball
After March 2013 and before April 13, 2018 - 6/40 Regular Balls, 1/20 Powerball
April 13, 2018 onwards - 7/35 Regular Balls, 1/20 Powerball
Some differences between Australian Powerball and the American Powerball
Australian version has 20 Powerballs while its American counterpart has 26
Lottery prizes in the USA are taxed, while Australian Powerball winners have to pay no taxes