Three New South Wales players have each unboxed a division one prize in Oz Lotto’s $90 million Boxing Day draw and will begin 2024 as multi-millionaires.

There were three division one winning entries from New South Wales in Oz Lotto draw 1558, drawn Tuesday 26 December 2023. Each winning entry takes home a division one prize of $32,629,794.23.

There was also a total of 1,995,230 wins worth more than $44.06 million won in divisions two to seven in tonight’s Oz Lotto draw. Among these prizes were 31 division two wins each worth $52,070.45.

Dreams turn into reality! Fairfield man left tossing and turning following $32 million Oz Lotto win

A Fairfield man has revealed he had a sleepless night fantasising about entrepreneurship and early retirement after discovering his life-changing $32 million Oz Lotto win right before bedtime.

“Thank you so much. This is crazy for me!” he exclaimed when officials from The Lott called to confirm his newfound fortune.

“You’re not tricking me, are you?

“Last night, I received three missed phone calls while I was driving. I wondered who it was. Then I saw a text telling me to check my tickets.

“I couldn’t sleep a wink when I got home. Seriously, I haven’t slept for one moment.

“I’m laughing now but last night, I was just in total shock. I can’t explain the feelings I was going through.

“I’ve never won anything. Let alone millions of dollars!

“Thank you so much! Thank you to everyone. At this age, it’s really a dream come true.

“I thought I’d be working the rest of my life but now I’ll be able to start my very own business and hopefully retire a lot earlier than I thought!”

His 36-game QuickPick winning entry was purchased from Berala Newsagency, 158 Woodburn Road, Berala.

Berala Newsagency owners Dinh Nguyen and Tina Nguyen said they were absolutely thrilled to have sold a division one winning entry in last night’s Oz Lotto’s draw and couldn’t be happier for their customer.

“Oh my gosh! What wonderful news. Thank you so much for that. We are so happy to hear it.” Tina said.

“This year we’ve had three division one winners already. This will be our fourth and it’s the biggest prize won too. What a way to end the year!

“Congratulations to the winning customer! Thank you to them and all our customers for the ongoing support.

“We’ll be telling everyone the amazing news! Thank you so much for letting us know. We are over the moon.”

Sutherland Shire dad mistakes $32 million win for $32,000

A Sutherland Shire dad getting ready for bed this evening mistakenly thought he’d won $32,000, rather than his true prize of $32 million.

“What!?! Thirty-two million!?” he exclaimed when we confirmed his prize after the draw.

“I read it as $32,000! I didn’t read it properly.

“That is so awesome! That is insane. That’s crazy.

“I saw there was a big draw and I just thought, ‘stuff it, I’m going for it’.

“I can’t believe it! This type of thing doesn’t happen to someone like me.

“Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!”

While admitting he was unlikely to get much sleep after the multi-million-dollar revelation, the man shared some initial thoughts on how he might use the prize.

“I want to buy a house, set the kids up and enjoy a holiday overseas,” he said.

“Family is everything to me!”

His winning System QuickPick entry was purchased online at – the official home of Australia’s lotteries.

“It’s a dream come true!”: Campbelltown man’s spur-of-the-moment decision yields $32 million win

A Campbelltown man and his wife are contemplating an early retirement after discovering they’re now $32 million from tonight’s Oz Lotto draw.

“Oh my god!” he exclaimed when his prize was confirmed.

“I can’t believe it. I’m shaking!

“I sometimes play, and today I saw there was a $90 million draw, so I just grabbed a ticket this afternoon.

“I can’t believe it. Thank you!

“It’s a dream come true!

“It’s not just for myself but my entire family. Some of my family have been going through hard times lately and this is going to be a huge help.

“This is such a wonderful thing.

“My wife and I work very hard but I think an early retirement is in store, along with helping our children and family.”

Their 25-game QuickPick winning entry was purchased online at – the official home of Australia’s lotteries.