For over 28 years Oz Lotto has been bringing the big Aussie fun every Tuesday. Oz Lotto offers a minimum Division 1 prize pool of $3 million. If there are no Division 1 winners, the prize pool jackpots to the next draw. The largest Oz Lotto jackpot to date was a massive $100 Million!
On a Tuesday night, 10 balls are drawn at random from forty seven balls numbered 1 to 47. The first seven balls drawn are the "winning numbers" and the last three numbers are the "supplementary numbers".
Keep an eye out for the new Oz Lotto Prize Boost events! Prize Boost will increase the prize amount you’ll win in a normal draw. The boost will apply to Divisions 2 to 7 and will happen regardless of whether Division 1 is won or not.
There are many ways to play Oz Lotto. To play a standard entry you need to select 7 numbers (from 1 to 47) in each game panel.
You can choose to play a QuickPick or a Marked entry.
A QuickPick is the easiest way to play, choose how many games you’d like to play and the numbers are randomly generated for you.
A Marked entry lets you play the numbers that are meaningful to you. You can also choose how many games you would like to play. You can mark up to 18 games on a coupon in-store or up to 50 games when playing online or through The Lott app.
System and Pick entries give you more chances to win, plus the chance to win across multiple prize divisions.
A System entry gives you the option to play more than the standard 7 numbers in Oz Lotto. You can choose from 8 to 20 numbers giving you more chances to win, plus the chance to win across multiple prize divisions. Learn more about System entries.
A Pick entry guarantees you either 1 or 2 winning numbers. Having 1 or 2 guaranteed winning numbers gives you more chances to win, plus the chance to win across multiple prize divisions. Learn more about Pick entries.
Once you’ve selected your Oz Lotto entry type, you can choose the draws and number of weeks you'd like to play. If you're planning a holiday or don’t have time to buy a ticket online or in-store you can plan ahead and schedule your entry with an Advance entry, Multi-week entry or set-up a Subscription.
An Oz Lotto Syndicate is a group of players working together to increase their chance of winning. With a group of players you can pool your money to buy a bigger entry, which could give you more chances to win. If your syndicate wins, the prizes are shared amongst all syndicate members!
You could start a syndicate with your friends, family or work mates using SyndiMate, our handy online syndicate planning tool. You can also join syndicates already set up in-store, and play with others in your local community.
Find out more about Syndicates.
Syndicates are set up by lottery outlets, you can purchase Syndicate shares in-store and now also online. To play an Oz Lotto Syndicate with others in your local community, check out the Syndicates shares available in your local area for a bigger entry and more chances to win.
Oz Lotto has 7 prize divisions. The winning combinations and odds of winning each Oz Lotto prize division (based on 1 standard game) are shown under winning combinations below.
Start organising your Oz Lotto Syndicate at home, ready to play in-store using our SyndiMate tool. You could start a syndicate with your friends, family or work mates!
To win Division 1 in Oz Lotto (the Jackpot prize), your entry needs to match 7 numbers in a single game panel with the 7 winning numbers from that draw. However you can win a prize with as little as 3 winning numbers plus 1 supplementary number in a single game.
Oz Lotto is drawn every Tuesday night and is broadcast at approximately 8:30pm AEST (9:30pm AEDT) on Channel 7 or 7TWO and affiliated regional stations (check your local TV guide).
Oz Lotto winning numbers are usually available no later than 9:00pm (AEST) via The Lott website. You can check your Oz Lotto ticket online, in-store, or scan your ticket using The Lott app. See our Results Services page for more information on how to get your results.
You can claim your Oz Lotto prize online or in-store depending on the prize amount and where you purchased your ticket. Check out our Claiming Prizes page for more information on how to claim your Oz Lotto prize.