The jury's verdict on 15 June 2017 established that Bauer Media's publications had branded Ms Wilson a serial liar, who had fabricated nearly every aspect of her life.
"The damage suffered by Miss Wilson warrants a substantial damages award to vindicate her and nail the lie", Justice John Dixon said, reading out a summary of his judgment.
The articles claimed the Pitch Perfect star was a serial liar.
In a series of tweets Wednesday morning, Wilson, who is now in the United Kingdom, said she would donate the money to Australian charities and invest in the country's film industry.
On Wednesday evening Wilson shared her musings on the result of the case on Twitter.
"The judge accepted without qualification that I had an extremely high reputation and that the damage inflicted on me was substantial", she continued. When the jury delivered its verdict they answered every single question in my favor.
In June, a jury ruled in favour of Ms Wilson after finding that a series of articles had branded the actress a "serial liar" who had "fabricated nearly every aspect of her life".
"He said the idea of the exasperated defamation and the phenomenal degree of dispersal makes vindication of specific significance".
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The 37-year-old actress recently went head-to-head in court against Bauer Media, which owns Woman's Day, Australian Women's Weekly, NW and OK. "It was hurtful and devastating that a corporation would do something like that, knowing that their paid anonymous source and stories were dodgy".
Wilson has vowed to donate any damages awarded to her to charity.
"I consider being a good example important", she said.
Ms Wilson was claiming $7 million after successfully suing the publisher for eight articles she described in court earlier this year as a "malicious, deliberate take-down" of her character.
Justice Dixon said he was awarded the record damages, which were "unprecedented in this country", because of the global reach of the case.
She finished by thanking her fans for their love and support and revealed she was looking forward to getting back to her career.