Get super excited — Saturday Lotto’s $20 million Superdraw is back! 

On Saturday 31 July you have the chance to win a share of the super-charged $20 million division one prize pool and become an overnight millionaire. 

From the creeks to the coasts, the outback to the suburbs, only time will tell where our next Aussie millionaires could be made! 

As we wait in anticipation for this weekend’s special Lotto event, we’ve been crunching the numbers and can exclusively reveal the postcodes and states where the most division one wins occurred in FY21 across all lottery games.

In the 12 months ending 30 June 2021, there were 510 division one winning entries held by lottery players across the country that delivered more than $1.41 billion in division one prize money^.

Victoria finished the financial year on a high, taking out the top spot for the most major prizes. There were 146 division one winning entries in the state that scored over $364.8 million in prize money. 

However, players in New South Wales and the ACT can boast of securing the most amount of division one prize money with over $506.7 million, and the most newly-minted millionaires (88) during the year.

States and territories ranked by most division one wins across all lottery games in FY21
State Division one wins Total division one prize money
Victoria 146 $364,897,222.71
New South Wales & ACT 116 $506,752,949.08
Queensland 104 $272,083,854.77
Western Australia 81 $149,000,000.00
South Australia 44 $61,108,128.15
Tasmania 14 $16,914,549.70
Northern Territory 5 $40,957,492.13
Total 510 $1,411,714,196.54
States and territories ranked by most millionaires created from division one wins across all lottery games in FY21
State Millionaires created
New South Wales & ACT 88
Victoria 76
Queensland 61
Western Australia 45
South Australia 33
Tasmania 9
Northern Territory 6
Total 318

The data also reveals the suburbs in each state and territory that were home to the outlets that sold the most division one winning entries. State

Are you in one of these prolific postcodes? 


In Victoria, the postcodes of 3802 for Endeavour Hills, 3004 for Melbourne, 3337 for Melton and 3555 for Golden Square/Kangaroo Flat each sold three division one winning entries.

New South Wales and the ACT

In New South Wales and the ACT, the postcodes of 2444 for Port Macquarie and 2747 for Jordan Springs/Cambridge Park/Werrington each sold three division one winning entries.


In the sunshine state, the postcodes of 4740 for Mackay and 4817 for Kirwan/Thuringowa both sold four division one winning entries.

South Australia

In South Australia, the postcodes of 5009 for Kilkenny, 5000 for Adelaide, 5045 for Glenelg and 5162 for Morphett Vale each sold two division one winning entries.


In Tassie, the postcodes of 7310 for Devonport, 7320 for Burnie and 7250 for Launceston each sold two division one winning entries.

Northern Territory

In the top-end, the postcode of 0836 for Humpty Doo delivered the Northern Territory’s biggest prize of $35 million. 

While we saw pockets of wins in some states and postcodes last financial year, it’s important to remember that a lottery win can land anywhere!

Some players tell us they gravitate towards areas that have recently sold a major prize in the hope it scores them a big win, while others avoid them believing lottery lightning won’t strike twice. 

Regardless of where in Australia you are, the main thing to remember is to get your entry before the draw’s close for the chance to win! 

Entries are available instore from your local retailer, online, or via the official The Lott app. 

Grab one today and get ready for an exciting $20 million Superdraw weekend!

^Division one wins from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2021 across all The Lott jurisdictions (New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania, and Northern Territory) in Saturday Lotto, Monday & Wednesday Lotto, Oz Lotto, Powerball, Set for Life, Super 66, and Lotto Strike; and the Lotterywest jurisdiction (Western Australia) in Saturday Lotto, Monday & Wednesday Lotto, OZ Lotto, Powerball, Set for Life and Super 66.

The above information is inclusive of instore and online entries as well as store, group and central syndicates.