A NSW punter is almost $37 million richer tonight, and does not yet know it.
There were three winners in tonight's record $110 million Powerball draw, coming from NSW, Victoria and South Australia.
But only the South Australian winner - a young man from Adelaide - knows about his good fortune so far.
The NSW entry was bought online while the Victorian entry was unregistered.
Lotteries officials will continue their search for the winners on Friday.
"Imagine going to bed a multi-millionaire and not knowing it? That is the reality for two Australian lottery players tonight after they scored division one in tonight's Powerball draw." spokesperson for the Lott Bronwyn Spencer said.
"The division one winning entry from Victoria is unregistered, which means we don't have any way of contacting the winner to break the life-changing news and have to wait for them to come forward to claim their prize.
"While the NSW entry was purchased online, unfortunately we don't have their complete contact details so we are unable to make a mind-blowing phone call to them this evening.
"That is why we are encouraging everyone in NSW and Victoria to check their entries because they may be the multi-millionaires we are searching for.
"If anyone does discover they are holding a winning entry we encourage them to hold on tight to that ticket and call us on 131 868 to begin the process of claiming their prize."
Up to one-third of Bathurst residents were expected to hold a ticket in tonight's record Powerball draw.
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