Powerball Draw 1299: The numbers you need to win $30 MILLION

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Hopeful Aussies are urged to check their lottery tickets as the winning numbers in the Thursday's $30 million Powerball are revealed

The winning numbers in this week's $30 million Powerball draw 1299 were 3, 4, 12, 13, 14, 21 and 24 with the all-important Powerball number 6.

The major prize jackpotted to $30 million this week after those with an entry failed to take home the division one win on April 1

The white Powerball is nestled among other blue lottery balls.
The winning Powerball numbers in draw 1299 have been revealed. Source: The Lott

Punters will once again be disappointed, however, after draw 1299 also proved to have no division one winner.

It's not all bad news though - two players will split the division two prize, pocketing $238,410.45 each.

It's the third week in a row there has been no major prize winner, with the last big Powerball win on March 18 when one lucky Aussie pocketed $50 million. 

The odds of taking out the division one prize in Powerball is 134,490,400 to 1.

Mum's last-minute decision wins her $50m

The last major Powerball win was last month when a Sydney mum scooped $50 million in draw 1296.

She said she almost didn't buy a Powerball entry which she purchased from CTC Eastern in Maroubra, in the city's east.

A woman holds a Powerball ticket in front of a new car.
The last major winner of Powerball scooped $50 million. Source: The Lott

"The weather has been absolutely crap and so I wasn’t even going to buy a ticket because I didn’t want to go out. I also thought there’s no way I would be the winner," she told The Lott.

"But at the last minute, I had to duck out so I thought I would try my luck."

Australia's luckiest suburbs revealed

The latest Powerball numbers have been drawn after the top 10 luckiest lotto suburbs in Australia were revealed.

Latest data from The Lottery Officer found the small West Australian town of Bulgarra was the luckiest town, with customers collected the highest average wins over the past two years. 

The small town was followed by Birkdale in Queensland, St Marys, Concord West, St Leonards and Auburn – all in NSW – and Singleton in WA.

Coming in at number eight was Tanilba Bay in NSW, while Mount Hawthorn in WA ranked number number and Hope Valley in SA number 10. 

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