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One lucky Australian has become an overnight millionaire after taking out the entire $50million Powerball just a month from Christmas.
The winning numbers for Thursday night's draw 1384 were 6, 9, 14, 25, 27, 31, 33 and the Powerball was 15.
The entire $50million jackpot has been taken home by a single winner.
Details on who has won the mega Powerball are scarce, but the ticket was either bought in the ACT or in NSW.
In division two, 26 lucky winners will split more than $811,000 between them, with each taking home $31,222.55. © Provided by Daily Mail The winning numbers for Thursday night's draw 1384 were 6, 9, 14, 25, 27, 31, 33 and the Powerball was 15 (stock image
The draw comes just weeks after a group of 20 mining mates took home $53.3million in the nation's biggest Powerball jackpot so far.
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October's mega $160million Powerball was won by only three lucky winners, with each becoming about $53 richer.
The syndicate said a rainbow had formed over their mine site just before the life-changing win, with one quipping it was their 'pot of gold'.
The miners from Kalgoorlie-Boulder in Western Australia each spent $100 on the $160 million Powerball draw in a 'spur of the moment' decision to go in together as a syndicate for the first time. © Provided by Daily Mail Details on who has won Thursday night's $50million mega Powerball are scarce, however the ticket was either bought in the ACT or in NSW
The group originally thought they had won the division two prize before the ticket holder exclaimed the they were in fact division one winners.
$50million Powerball winner is not picking up the phone
The Lott officials have been trying to get in contact with the mystery entrant after they became the only division one winner in the Powerball on Thursday. Spokesperson Matt Hart said he has made several calls and left voice messages but received no response. © Provided by Daily Mail The lucky punter who bought the winning ticket for the $50million lottery has no idea they have won the major prize (stock image) 'I was ready to confirm Powerball's newest division one winner straight after the results of tonight's draw were known, but sadly whenever I called the number provided, it just rang out,' he said.
Members of the syndicate said they planned to spend their winnings on early retirement, holidays and spoiling their families.
The syndicate joined a western Sydney dad and a Victorian grandfather as the three division prize winners in the $160million Powerball draw.
The Sydney father said he almost missed out on entering into the draw and had to rush out and grab a ticket at the last minute.
This is amazing,' he told Lotto officials upon hearing he had won. Read more
Lotto winner Trent Bowden allegedly keeps $1.5million fortune from syndicate after health battle .
A lottery syndicate coordinator accused of making off with his group's entire $1.5million fortune overcame a serious health battle less than a year before he pocketed the life-changing money. Trent Bowden was taken to the Supreme Court of Western Australia this week after allegedly cutting out the other 10 members of his group when he hit the jackpot on November 12.Court documents allege Bowden used the syndicate's regular numbers of one, three, four, six, nine, 10, 12, 15, 18, 21, 31, 32, 35, 36, 39 and 43 to win $2,200 on October 29.