FREE! OZ Lotto Results by email
$3 MILLION on April 17, 2014  




Australian Powerball, dubbed "The Big One" by Aussie locals, is a popular lottery game played every Thursday. Powerball guarantees a minimum jackpot of $3 Million, but in recent years jackpots have reached as high as $80 Million!

How to Play:

For a standard game, you choose 6 numbers from 1 to 40 and a Powerball number from a second range of 1 to 20. In total, the machines draw 7 numbers. Firstly, the 6 winning numbers which are drawn from the first barrel of 40 numbers and secondly 1 Powerball number which is drawn from the second barrel of 20 numbers.

The chance of winning a Division One prize in Australian Powerball Powerball is 1 in 76,767,600


There are 8 prize divisions in Australian Powerball.
Here is what you need to match in one game to win a prize:
Division 1All 6 main winning numbers and the Powerball
Division 2All 6 main winning numbers
Division 3Any 5 main winning numbers and the Powerball
Division 4Any 5 main winning numbers
Division 5Any 4 main winning numbers and the Powerball
Division 6Any 3 main winning numbers and the Powerball
Division 7Any 4 main winning numbers
Division 8Any 2 main winning numbers and the Powerball



Oz Lotto Super 7 is a popular 7/45 lotto game played in Australia every Tuesday.

Oz Lotto currently holds the record for the largest Australian lotto jackpot prize. Originally guaranteed at $100 million, four winners shared a Division 1 pool of $111,972,151.04 in the draw on 6 November 2012.

Oz Lotto Super 7 features 7 winning numbers, plus 2 supplementary numbers drawn from 45 balls. The supplementary balls are used to determine prizes in Divisions 2 and 7, and have effectively increased winning odds from 1-in-210 to 1-in-55.

In fact, Super 7's pilot draw delivered a record 96,314 winners –over four times the previous OZ Lotto average! The two newly created prize divisions alone generated a whopping 94,739 winners. Since then, Super 7 has delivered on its promise of bigger jackpots and more cash prize winners!



Super 7 offers 7 'divisions' or levels of prizes
To win a prize you need to get at least three of the winning numbers from 45 and one or both of the supplementary numbers in any one game.

The more winning numbers you're playing, the higher your prize!


Prize DivisionCombinationsPercentage of Payout
Division 1All 7 main winning numbers40.0%
Division 2Any 6 main winning numbers and either supplementary number1.7%
Division 3Any 6 main winning numbers3.5%
Division 4Any 5 main winning numbers and either supplementary number1.8%
Division 5Any 5 main winning numbers2.1%
Division 6Any 4 main winning numbers24.0%
Division 7Any 3 main winning numbers and eithery supplementary number26.9%

OZ Superdraw At a Glance

Numbers Drawn:   6 Main Numbers + 2 Bonus Numbers
Numbers Range:   Balls numbered from 1 to 45
Average Jackpot:   AU$14 Million
Next Draw:   March 29, 2014
Guaranteed Jackpot:   AU$21 MILLION


AU$ 21 MILLION GUARANTEED JACKPOT THIS MARCH!

Several times a year, Lotto enthusiasts look forward to entering and winning EXTRA LARGE Jackpot prizes in the AUSTRALIAN LOTTERY. These seasonal bankrolls, called "SUPERDRAWS", pay out the biggest Jackpots and give the best odds of winning a cash prize than any other Lotto in the Asia/Pacific region.


This March, the Australian Lottery Superdraw will pay out a guaranteed minimum Jackpot of AU$21 MILLION, plus hundreds of lower division cash prizes.


Players from overseas have never had the chance before to enter and win in OZ Superdraw. But now, through OSA, you have the rare opportunity to become the next Superdraw multi-millionaire!


Prize CategoriesMatching NumbersPercentage Payout
1st Division (Jackpot Prize)6 of 626.2%
2nd Division5 of 6 plus either bonus number6.7%
3rd Division5 of 612.4%
4th Division4 of 619%
5th Division3 of 6 plus either bonus number33.6%


OZ Powerball is not being offered on this site at the moment, but rest assured that you will be kept informed of any OZ Powerball Draws in the near future. To play in one of our featured lotteries, please visit http://www.osalottos.com.