Bir Alliance havayolu Fokker 70 de Brisbane Havaalanı Powerball sarma kağıda sarılı, (Aralık 2016)
Mart 2007 tarihinde 1, Bölüm 1 havuz $ 33 milyon oldu; o büyük Avustralya piyango ödül kazandı idi.
Haziran 2008 tarihinde 5, Bölüm 1 havuz $ 58,737,207.41 vardı; (dahil olmak üzere Çakışık birkaç zamanlardan beri, bu noktaya Avustralya tarihinin ardından büyük ödül havuzu 100 milyon $ a Division of 1 havuz vardı 2012 yılında.)
Temmuz 2009’da 30 günü, Division 1 havuz çizimde iki Division 1 Kazananlar vardı Ağustos 2018 yılına kadar 80 milyon $, büyük Avustralya Powerball havuz oldu.
Ağustos 2014’te 21 günü, Division 1 havuz $ 70 milyon oldu. İki kazananlar 35 milyon her biriyle uzaklaştı.
Mayıs 2015 28 günü, Division 1 havuz tek biletle kazandı $ 50 milyon oldu. Kazanan Canberra bir kadındı.
23 Temmuz 2015 tarihinde, Bölüm 1 havuz tek biletle kazandı $ 50 milyon oldu. Kazanan Batı Avustralya’dan bir kadındı.
7 Ocak 2016 tarihinde, Division 1 havuz tek biletle kazandı $ 70 milyon oldu. Kazanan Queensland oldu.
11 Ocak 2018 tarihinde, Division 1 havuz Brunswick Melbourne kentinde tek biletle kazandı $ 55 milyon oldu. Ödül neredeyse altı aydır sahipsiz gitti ama Victoria Eyalet Gelir Dairesi transfer edilmek üzereydi önce nihayet anonim sadece yedi gün iddia edildi. Victoria, zaman birinin miktarı altı ay içinde talep edilmezse kazanan herhangi bir zamanda olmasını isteyebilirsiniz ancak, Victoria Eyalet Gelir Dairesi gidecek bir ödül sınırsızdır hak talebinde bulunması.
16 Ağustos 2018 tarihinde, Division 1 havuz Powerball önceki rekoru aşarak Oz Loto rekoru egale, 100 milyon $ oldu. Division 1 havuz, iki kazanan, Melbourne dan biri, Sydney biri arasında ikiye bölünmüştü.
Aussies Can Play the Powerball
If you thought you couldn’t play the US Powerball because you live in Australia, think again mate! A little known fact about the Powerball lottery is that Aussies, or any non-U.S. citizens for that matter, are allowed to play and collect the prize. So, we’re good to go, right?
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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.