Three TattsLotto division one wins landed across Melbourne on the weekend, continuing Victoria’s winning streak in 2024.

A Berwick man, a mystery Ringwood player and an eight-person syndicate held three of the seven division one winning entries in TattsLotto draw 4465 on Saturday 4 May 2024. Each division one winning entry scored $703,314.88.

Berwick man celebrates TattsLotto win with long-overdue nap

A Berwick man has confessed he was looking forward to a good nap after discovering his TattsLotto win late Saturday night and spending a sleepless night contemplating his prize.

“I kinda hope my eyes aren’t deceiving me!” the man exclaimed.

“It’s incredible. I still can’t believe it.

“I decided to check my ticket after the draw last night, probably about 10pm or 10.30pm.

“It said I had a win on the ticket, but I thought it might be division six or something.

“Then it told me I’d won $700,000!

“It was a bit of a shock. I did have a glass of whisky to calm the nerves.

“I think I only got about two hours’ sleep last night.

“I’m hoping to get a nap later today.

“I don’t know exactly what I’ll do with the prize, but I haven’t been on holiday for a while so perhaps I can take a holiday before making any plans.

“I’d love to go to Thailand – somewhere warm!”

The man’s winning 36-game QuickPick was purchased on The Lott website – the official home of Australia’s lotteries.

Eight Victorians share TattsLotto division one prize

A syndicate of eight Victorian players are walking into the week with a boost to their bank accounts after sharing a TattsLotto division one prize.

In addition to winning the division one prize, the group’s System 12 QuickPick entry also scored division three 36 times, division four 225 times and division six 400 times, boosting their total windfall to $739,611.13.

Each member of the syndicate received a share worth $92,451.39.

However, some syndicate members may have yet to realise their win, we urge players to check their tickets as soon as possible.

The players purchased their shares into the central syndicate at eight TattsLotto outlets across Melbourne, Ballarat and Drouin.

  • Drouin Newsagency & Tatts, Drouin
  • Southland Lotteries, Cheltenham
  • Chesterville Newsagency, Bentleigh East
  • Nextra Bridge Mall, Ballarat
  • Sunshine Lucky Lotto, Sunshine
  • Manfre's Hairdressing, Wantirna
  • St Albans Lotto, St Albans
  • Mt Evelyn Newsagency, Mount Evelyn
Ringwood TattsLotto prize yet to be claimed

A Ringwood player has started the week as a division one winner, but first, they need to check their TattsLotto ticket and come forward to claim their prize.

The division one winning entry is unregistered, which means we have no way to contact the winner to break the exciting news and must wait for them to come forward to claim their prize.

The winning entry was purchased at Tobacco Station Eastland, Eastland Shopping Centre, 171-175 Maroondah Hwy, Ringwood.

We looked forward to uniting the winner with their TattsLotto loot.

“It’s likely our latest winner has started the week with no idea they’ve won division one in the weekend’s TattsLotto draw!” he exclaimed.

“We’re urging all players who purchased a TattsLotto ticket from Tobacco Station Eastland to check their tickets as soon as possible.

“Make sure you check your ticket, which could be in your wallet, handbag, fridge door or car glovebox, because our mystery winner could be you!”