Relations and opinions
New Zealandball (Usually)
South VietnamballBluey and its creator, Ludo.
Steve Irwin (RIP), Slim Dusty (RIP) The kebab stand, Hectic Habib, Mad Max, Men At Work (RIP Greg Ham), Bee Gees (RIP to Maurice Gibb and Robin Gibb), Isaac Butterfield, LGBT+, Lamingtons, Barbecues, Surfing, Joining the World Cup (but he was eliminated), The Bush, Renewable energy, Low energy bills, Wildlife, Vegemite, Fairy bread, Pavlova, Newsboys, Michael Hutchence (RIP), Kylie and Dannii Minogue, Tame Impala, Pendulum, Knife Party, Flume, Hillsong Worship, Twelve Foot Ninja, AC/DC (RIP to Bon Scott and Malcolm Young), Citipointe Live, Planetshakers, New Empire, Ever New, Australis Cosmetics, Darlene Zschech, Scott Morrison, Ozzy Man Reviews, AFL, Cricket, Green and gold colour scheme, Australian English, Behind the News, Vili’s Family Bakery, HowToBasic, Summer, Koalas (functionally extinct now, fuck you wildfires!), Kangaroos, New Zealandball, being called Down Under, Bunnings, Eating Bogong moths during Bogong Moth Festival (which he finds it gross), Saxton Hale from TF2, Kano from Mortal Kombat, Jim Jefferies, Kyrie Irving, Chrysler Valiant Charger, Ford Falcon, Holden Torana, Holden Commodore, Holden Monaro GTS, Nissan Skyline GT-R R32, V8 Supercars (best motorsport series in the world!), Trains, out there with jack randall, Draw with Jazza, Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy (Fustrating Game, but love it M8), 5 seconds of summer song “hey everybody”,Untitled Goose Game (HONK HONK MATE), Leokimvideo, Maxmoefoe, Racka Racka, Fairbairn Films, TheRoyalStampede, Lachlan, Lazarbeam, Nicholas Hamilton, Anything4Views, Uncle Eureka from Pacific Rim, Crocodile Dundee, Rocko’s Modern Life, Crash Bandicoot, Saying AUSSIE AUSSIE AUSSIE OI OI OI, kitty cube enterprises, The Wiggles, Russell Coight and All Aussie Adventures, OSFirstTimer, Summernats, Blown V8s, Luan Loud, Lola Loud, Lisa Loud, Bunnings sizzle, SMG4,No using Shoes on SUMMER, Coal, Alligators, Bluey!
- ACTball – He became the real Capital of Australia, after NSW and Victoria had an argument for who should have the Capital city (though it is located closer to Sydney than Melbourne). He is also the only landlocked state or territory in Australia (after the exclave at Jervis Bay Territory became its own territory in 1989).
- Northern Territoryball (Australia) – The birthplace of the aboriginals 40,000 years ago. (Capital: Darwin)
- Jervis Bay Territoryball – Created when the ACTball achieved self-government in 1989, is the smallest Territory.
- Ashmore and Cartier Islandsball – He has the name of a generic cop couple. Also no-one permanently lives there
- Australian Antarcticaball – it’s so cooold there.
- Christmas Islandball – Ho Ho Ho, he makes a good couple with Rio Grande do Norteball.
- Cocos (Keeling) Islandsball – You know (they have a lot of cocos), also only Muslim majority territory.
- Heard Island and McDonald Islandsball – same case of Ashmore and Cartier Islandsball. Also USAball, there are no Maccas (Aussie slang for McDonald’s) there.
- Norfolk Islandball – Norfolkball in an island.
An Alliance Airlines Fokker 70 at Brisbane Airport, wrapped in Powerball wrapping paper (December 2016)
On 1 March 2007, the Division 1 pool was $33 million; it was the largest Australian lottery prize won.
On 5 June 2008, the Division 1 pool was $58,737,207.41; then the largest prize pool in Australian history to that point (since eclipsed several times, including by in 2012 , which had a Division 1 pool of $100 million.)
On 30 July 2009, the Division 1 pool was $80 million, the largest Australian Powerball pool until August 2018. There were two Division 1 winners in the drawing.
On 21 August 2014, the Division 1 pool was $70 million. Two winners walked away with 35 million each.
On 28 May 2015, the Division 1 pool was $50 million, won by a single ticket. The winner was a woman from Canberra.
On July 23, 2015, the Division 1 pool was $50 million, won by a single ticket. The winner was a woman from Western Australia.
On January 7, 2016, the Division 1 pool was $70 million, won by a single ticket. The winner was from Queensland.
On January 11, 2018, the Division 1 pool was $55 million, won by a single ticket in the Melbourne town of Brunswick. The prize went unclaimed for almost six months but was finally claimed anonymously just seven days before it was set to be transferred to the Victorian State Revenue Office. In Victoria, the amount of time someone has to claim a prize is unlimited, however if it is not claimed within six months, it will go to the Victorian State Revenue Office where the winner can claim it at any time.
On August 16, 2018, the Division 1 pool was $100 million, surpassing the previous record for Powerball and equalling the Oz Lotto record. The Division 1 pool was split between two winners, one from Melbourne, one from Sydney. On 17 January 2019, a single person from Sydney won AUD107 million, making it the largest individual lottery win in Australian history.
As of July 18th, 2019, the Division 1 prize is $110 million. It was the largest ever division one prize, in Australias history.
No one won the 100 million jackpot in September, thus it went up to 150 million. It was shared by three winners, they got 50 million each.
Significant lotto wins in Australia Powerball history.
Australian Powerball has had a number of significant lotto wins throughout its history. Below is information about some of them:
|Date||Jackpot size||A comment|
|1 Martha 2007 of the year||AUD$ 33 million Australian dollars||Biggest lottery jackpot in Australian history at the time of winning.|
|5 june 2008 of the year||AUD$ 58,7 million Australian dollars||New lotto winning record in Australian history at the time of the draw.|
|30 july 2009 of the year||AUD$ 80 million Australian dollars||Biggest Australia Powerball jackpot ever. Divided between 2 winners.|
|21 August 2014 of the year||AUD$ 70 million Australian dollars||Lotto winnings split between two AUD $ winners 35 million Australian dollars each.|
|28 May 2015 of the year||AUD$ 50 million Australian dollars||Third-highest Australian Powerball jackpot won with a single ticket.|
|23 july 2015 of the year||AUD$ 50 million Australian dollars||Jackpot hit on one winning ticket from Western Australia.|
|7 january 2016 of the year||AUD$ 70 million Australian dollars||Second-highest Australian Powerball jackpot to single winner from Queensland. It is also Australia's largest lottery jackpot, single ticket won.|