Introduced in 1994, Oz Lotto was Australia’s first national lotto game, and has remained popular thanks to its large jackpots. The largest Oz Lotto jackpot to date was $100,000,000 in December 2013, where 1 in 3 Australian adults purchased a ticket.
Oz Lotto is a popular nationwide lotto with a guaranteed minimum Division 1 prize pool of $2 million.
The chance of winning a Division 1 prize in Oz Lotto is 1 in 45,379,620. The chance of winning any division prize with a single game in Oz Lotto is 1 in 87.
These odds improve to 1 in 7 when 12 games are played.
How to Play
A single game of Oz Lotto requires you to choose 7 numbers from 1 to 45.
Each Tuesday, 9 balls are drawn at random from 45 balls numbered 1 to 45. The first 7 balls are the winning numbers and the last 2 balls are the supplementary numbers. These supplementary numbers are used to determine prizes in Divisions 2, 4 and 7.
Each standard game costs $1.35.
Oz Lotto entries close on Tuesdays at 7pm AEST/8pm AEDT.
Oz Lotto is drawn on Tuesdays at 8:30pm AEST/9:30pm AEDT. Details of your winnings will be emailed to you following the draw.
How to Win
To win Division 1 you need to match your 7 chosen numbers in a single game with the 7 winning numbers from the draw.
A minimum of 3 winning numbers plus at least 1 supplementary number is necessary to win the lowest Division (7).
Winning combinations for each Division are shown below:
|Division 1||All 7 main winning numbers|
|Division 2||Any 6 main winning numbers 1 or 2 supplementary numbers|
|Division 3||Any 6 main winning numbers|
|Division 4||Any 5 main winning numbers 1 or 2 supplementary numbers|
|Division 5||Any 5 main winning numbers|
|Division 6||Any 4 main winning numbers|
|Division 7||Any 3 main winning numbers 1 or 2 supplementary numbers|