Oz Lotto and Powerball results tonight


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Oz Lotto and Powerball give Australians the chance to win life-changing amounts of money. Are you set to become a millionaire after this week’s draw of $60m with Powerball? Find out the latest results, how to watch it live, as well as how to play.

Powerball results Thursday 25/11/2021

Tonight’s Powerball Australia draw for Thursday 25 November 2021 is $60 million. Will the Powerball results tonight be in your favour? Find out here if you have the winning numbers.

Powerball numbers

The Powerball numbers tonight are as per the below. Do you have the power numbers?

Draw 1332: 21 – 17 – 16 – 3 – 22 – 34 – 9 Powerball: 9

How to Watch the Powerball Draw Live

The draw takes place on Thursday evenings at 8:30pm AEST/9:30pm AEDT however you’ll need to register and select your numbers before 7:30pm that night. The simplest way to find out if you’re a winner is to tune in live to the Powerball draw free to air broadcaster 7TWO, though plenty of other options exist. The results do not exist on subscription streaming tv services.

You can also check in-store the next day at the self-service checker or by asking the retailer to check results, or you can have results emailed to you if you have an account with the Lott. If you’re a Tatts Card promotion member you’ll receive a notification if you win, or you can download the Lott App — available for iOS and Android — and scan your ticket.

How to Watch the Oz Lotto Draw Live

You can tune into the live Oz Lotto draw airing on television each and every Tuesday evening. Like Powerball, the draw is held at 8:30pm AEST/9:30pm AEDT and is broadcast live on channel 7TWO, but again, if you miss the live draw there are still plenty of other ways to view the results. Creating an online account with Lott allows you to have results sent to your inbox, or you can check the results in-store at your local Lott. Otherwise, the Lott App can be downloaded and your ticket scanned to see if you’re a winner.

Stream Powerball and Oz Lotto online

Aside from watching the Powerball and Oz Lotto results live on your TV, you can also instantly find out if you are Australia’s new millionaire via live online streaming. Stream the live draw online now.

How to win Powerball and Oz lotto

You will need to select seven main numbers between 1 and 35, and one Powerball number between 1 and 20. The draw itself sees balls drawn from two separate barrels, the first of which contains the main numbers and the other of which contains the Powerball.

How many numbers to win Powerball?

Seven balls are initially chosen from the first barrel, containing numbers 1 to 35, before the Powerball is selected from the second, which contains balls numbered 1 to 20. Selecting the Powerball is necessary to win the top draw, though you can win Divisions two, four and seven without it, provided you pick at least five of the main numbers.

What time is Powerball drawn?

Use this city and state chart to determine what time Powerball or the Oz Lotto drawings will be broadcast in your location. For example, lotto draws televised live at 8:30pm in Sydney will be broadcast at 8:00pm in Adelaide and at 6:30pm in Perth based on Eastern Standard Time.

What time is the Oz Powerball Live TV Draw in Melbourne, Vic?

Check out the OZ Powerball draw time for those in Melbourne, Victoria.

Date Event Time Channel
Every Thursday LIVE: Powerball Draw 7.30pm AEST /
8.30pm AEDT
Ch 7 / 7Two

What time is the Powerball NSW Live?

Here are the Powerball times for NSW viewers.

Date Event Time Channel
Every Thursday LIVE: Powerball Draw 7.30pm AEST / 8.30pm AEDT Ch 7 / 7Two


What time is the Oz Powerball Live and Powerball results Qld?

Powerball closes at 7:30pm and results are processed and delivered by 8:30pm.

Date Event Time Channel
Every Thursday LIVE: Powerball Draw 7.30pm AEST / 8.30pm AEDT Ch 7 / 7Two


What time is the Oz Powerball Live TV Draw in Canberra, ACT?

Here are the Powrball TV draw times for Canberra.

Date Event Time Channel
Every Thursday LIVE: Powerball Draw 7.00pm AEST / 8.00pm AEDT Ch 7 / 7Two

What time is the Oz Powerball Live and SA Powerball results?

Powerball closes at 7:30pm and results are processed and delivered by 8:30pm.

Date Event Time Channel
Every Thursday LIVE: Powerball Draw 7.00pm AEST / 8.00pm AEDT Ch 7 / 7Two


What time is the Oz Powerball Live TV Draw in Darwin, NT?

Date Event Time Channel
Every Thursday LIVE: Powerball Draw 7.00pm AEST / 8.00pm AEDT Ch 7 / 7Two

What time is the Oz Powerball Live TV Draw in Perth, WA?

Date Event Time Channel
Every Thursday LIVE: Powerball Draw 6.30pm AEST / 7.30pm AEDT Ch 7 / 7Two

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Frequently Asked Questions about Oz Lotto

  • Who Runs Oz Lotto?

As Australia’s first truly national lottery, Oz Lotto is owned and operated by the Tatts group, the same people behind long-running lotteries such as Powerball, Tattslotto and several other well-known state-based lotteries.


  • How Long Have Oz Lotto and Powerball Been Around?

With its first draw taking place in February 1994, Oz Lotto now has a 27-year history as one of Australia’s major lotteries, offering frequent large jackpot prizes. Powerball followed a couple of years later, and recently broke the Australian record for the largest ever jackpot prize on offer – $150 million.


  • When is the Weekly Oz Lotto Draw Held?

The nationally televised weekly Oz Lotto draw happens every Tuesday night at 8.30pm AEST (or 9.30pm AEDT during daylight saving months).


  • When is the Weekly Powerball Draw Held?

Each week’s Powerball draw takes place on a Thursday night, at 8.30pm AEST (or 9.30pm AEDT during daylight saving months).


  • Are the Lottery Draws on TV?

Yes, both Oz Lotto and Powerball are drawn live on 7TWO every Tuesday and Thursday respectively at 8.30pm.


  • How Late Can I Buy a Ticket for the Week’s Oz Lotto or Powerball Draws?

No matter which outlet you buy your weekly ticket for each lottery from, all ticket sales stop an hour before the draw takes place – so you’ll need to purchase before 7.30pm AEST each Tuesday for Oz Lotto, and each Thursday for Powerball.


  • How Many Numbers Do I Need to Match to Win?

To win the top prize in each lottery the conditions are different. In Oz Lotto you must match all seven main numbers drawn. In Powerball, on the other hand, you need to match all seven main numbers and the Powerball number.


  • Which Lottery Has the Biggest Jackpots?

While Powerball still holds the record for the largest ever lottery jackpot in Australia, it is also harder to win because of the need to match the Powerball as well as the seven regular balls. Oz Lotto still has regular large jackpots but as it’s easier to win, they tend to be more rare.


  • What are the Odds of Winning the Top Prize, or Any Prize?

All lotteries in Australia have to disclose the odds of winning prizes, so the chances of winning either lottery are well known. With Powerball, the odds of grabbing the jackpot are 1 in 134.5 million – one of the reasons for that lottery’s frequent huge jackpot prize amounts. In Oz Lotto, the odds are 1 in 45 million. However, the chances of winning any prize in Powerball are greater, at 1 in 44 compared to 1 in 55 for Oz Lotto.


  • Is There an Age Requirement to Buy Lottery Tickets?

Yes – Australian law requires anyone buying a lottery ticket be 18 years of age of older.


  • If I Win a Prize in Oz Lotto or Powerball, Do I Have to Pay Tax on the Winnings?

If you’re an Australian citizen, the good news is that prize winnings from lotteries are not subject to any form of tax – the full prize amount is yours to enjoy. If you’re playing from overseas, though, your winnings may be taxed by your home country.


  • How Much does it Cost to Buy a Ticket in Oz Lotto and Powerball?

A single-game Oz Lotto ticket costs less than $2, though a more popular entry is the multi-game QuickPick which starts at $11.90 for 9 entries. A standard Powerball ticket is a little more expensive, starting with a 4-game ticket for $5.40, with a PowerHit entry costing $27 for one game.


  • What is a QuickPick Ticket?

Hugely popular for years, QuickPick tickets give you multiple entries in a week’s draw using different randomly selected numbers in each. The odds of winning are exactly the same, and since they reduce the time needed to buy a ticket to almost zero, they’re a great time-saver.


  • Is There an App to Buy Tickets and Check Results?

Yes! Both Oz Lotto and Powerball be played via The Lott app, available for both iOS and Android. It allows instant digital purchase of tickets as well as scanning and checking paper ones, and lets you check all the results as soon as they happen.


  • What is the Minimum Jackpot Prize?

For Oz Lotto, the jackpot for winning Division 1 (the top prize) starts at $2 million and grows each week until it is won. For Powerball, the starting jackpot is $3 million and regularly grows to huge amounts.


  • Can I Subscribe to the Lotteries?

Yes, you can start a subscription so that your weekly entries to either lottery are automatic, and you’re notified immediately about any winnings. You can start a subscription most easily from The Lott app for smartphones and tablets.


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