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Powerball  Australia Hot and Cold Numbers
Hot Numbers
 Regular Balls

2722 Times

919 Times

717 Times

2815 Times

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2214 Times

314 Times

1014 Times

3514 Times

114 Times

1614 Times

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2013 Times

2413 Times

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2313 Times
 Additional

26 Times

45 Times

195 Times

64 Times

134 Times

14 Times

74 Times
Cold Numbers
 Regular Balls

135 Times

345 Times

157 Times

67 Times

57 Times

318 Times

199 Times

49 Times

339 Times

2910 Times

811 Times

3011 Times

2511 Times

212 Times

1812 Times
 Additional

151 Times

51 Times

82 Times

162 Times

172 Times

183 Times

123 Times

33 Times

93 Times

203 Times

113 Times

103 Times
How to Play Powerball Australia?
There's many ways you can play Powerball Australia. For a standard game, you simply have to pick 7 main numbers from 1 to 35, and an additional Powerball number from 1 to 20.
However, there are options available, too. Check them out below:
 Standard Entry: Standard entries are divided into QuickPick and marked entries. You can choose QuickPick and the computer will automatically choose your numbers for you, or play a marked entry and get to select your own numbers to play.
 PowerHit Entry: You can also purchase a PowerHit entry which guarantees that your play will match the Powerball number. You won't have to select a Powerball number for this play type.
 System & Pick Entries: System entries let you choose more than the 7 numbers required, from 8 up to 20. The computer will then play every combination available with your selected numbers. In contrast, pick entries let you choose fewer than 7 numbers, either 5 or 6, while also guaranteeing that you match the remaining numbers. Both system and pick entries give you more chances of winning, and let you win in multiple prize divisions. They can also be combined with PowerHit.
 Advance Entries: Advance entries can be used in conjunction with the other play types. These allow you to schedule your play ahead of time. You can choose to join a specific draw up to 10 weeks in advance. Another options is for you to to enter up to 10 consecutive draws. Also, you may set up a subscription so that you never miss a draw.
 Syndicate: Also known as group play, syndicates allow you to pool your resources with other people to purchase more entries. You can join existing syndicates when you visit a store, or set one up yourself with whomever you choose.
How much is a Powerball Australia ticket?
In Western Australia, you can play Powerball for as little as A$2.40 for 2 plays in a single drawing. The minimum number of plays in other regions is 4, which bumps up the price of your ticket to A$4.85.
How to buy Powerball Australia tickets?
You can buy Powerball Australia tickets instore from any authorized retailer. You can also play online via The Lott's official website or mobile app for most Australian regions, or from Lotterywest if you are from Western Australia.
Follow these links to buy your Powerball Australia tickets now:
 The Lott Official Website – For players from Queensland, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania, the Northern Territory, and South Australia
 Lotterywest Official Website – For players from Western Australia
What time is the Powerball Australia draw?
Powerball Australia is drawn every Thursday night at approximately 8:30 PM AEST.
How to win Powerball Australia?
It's simple! If you match all 7 main numbers and the Powerball in a single panel, you take home the jackpot, which is also known as the first division prize. However, you only need to match 2 main numbers plus the Powerball to earn a prize.
There are 9 prize divisions up for grabs. You can check out the payout table below for more details.
Powerball Australia Payouts
The first division prize for Powerball Australia starts at A$3 million. This jackpot grows every week until it's won, and has reached as high as A$150 million in the past.
Note that all Powerball Australia prizes are based on the total prize fund, so amounts are not fixed. Each prize division is parimutuel, which means all winners in one division share the allotted amount for that division.
Also, the average payouts shown below are based on recent data, but can fluctuate greatly from one draw to the next, based on total ticket sales and the number of winners in each division.
Division  Numbers Matched  Percentage of Prize Pool  Average Payout 
1  7 of 7 + Powerball  35%  At least A$3 million 
2  7 of 7  1.8%  A$50,000 
3  6 of 7 + Powerball  1.1%  A$4,000 
4  6 of 7  2%  A$400 
5  5 of 7 + Powerball  1.5%  A$150 
6  4 of 7 + Powerball  9.7%  A$70 
7  5 of 7  7.6%  A$40 
8  3 of 7 + Powerball  15%  A$15 
9  2 of 7 + Powerball  26.3%  A$10 
What are the odds of winning Powerball Australia?
The odds of winning the Powerball Australia first division prize is 1 in 134,490,400. The overall odds of winning any prize is 1 in 44. Check out the full breakdown below:
 The odds of winning the first prize division is 1 in 134,490,400.
 The odds of winning the second prize division is 1 in 7,078,443.
 The odds of winning the third prize division is 1 in 686,176.
 The odds of winning the fourth prize division is 1 in 36,115.
 The odds of winning the fifth prize division is 1 in 16,943.
 The odds of winning the sixth prize division is 1 in 1,173.
 The odds of winning the seventh prize division is 1 in 892.
 The odds of winning the eighth prize division is 1 in 188.
 The odds of winning the ninth prize division is 1 in 66.
 The overall odds of winning any prize is 1 in 44.
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