Some stoked Aussie dads had a Father’s Day they’ll never forget thanks to Saturday Lotto’s $20 Million Superdraw.  

While socks, jocks, and home hardware vouchers are nice, nothing compares to a division one delight!  

Here’s a snapshot of how the Superdraw wins landed:  

  • There were eight division one winning entries which landed across the country with three each in Victoria and New South Wales, and one each in Queensland and Western Australia.  
  • All eight winning entries became overnight multi-millionaires scoring $2.5 million each! 
  • The winning numbers in draw 4395 were 9, 37, 32, 41, 40 and 16, while the supplementary numbers were 26 and 30.  
  • There were over 1.8 million wins in divisions two to six who collectively took home more than $24.4 million in prize money. Make sure to check your tickets to see if you had a win!  
  • There have been 209 Saturday Lotto division one winning entries across Australia so far in 2023.  

One of the newly made Superdraw multi-millionaires was a dad from Harrington Park who told us ‘It’s not a bad Father’s Day gift!’ 

“Are you serious?!” he questioned. 

“I’ve been playing every week for about 30 years.  

“This really helps me out. I’m going to help out my adult children who have been doing it a bit tough. 

“And I’d love to buy a new car for my wife.” 

Another dad's heart swelled with joy on Father’s Day when his wife broke the incredible news!  

“My wife came home yesterday afternoon in tears. I didn’t know what had happened,” the winning man told us.  

“She said to me, ‘Well, this is the best Father’s Day isn’t it!’. Definitely will be a Father’s Day to remember! 

“We would love to move into a new home and be closer to our children.” 

Don’t forget, for more chances to become a Saturday Lotto millionaire make sure to grab an entry into this weekend’s $10 million special event.

With a share of the $10 million prize, you could enjoy a new home, a dream holiday, or make some special memories with loved ones. 

The $10 million draw (4397) closes Saturday 9 September at 7:30pm AEST.