Every winner's phone call is different — from lasting legacies to spoiling their nearest and dearest, we’ve loved hearing Aussies’ unique plans for their lottery loots. 

Check out our weekly favourites below:  

Echuca woman scoops $40 million Powerball prize

A Victorian winner was in complete shock when she discovered her Powerball windfall. The woman scored a life-changing $40 million prize, which she plans on using to leave as a legacy for her family in years to come.  

“I’m so nervous, I feel really bizarre. My whole body has gone numb!” she said.  

“My husband and I have these goals in place and were wondering how we were going to achieve them, but now we don’t have to worry anymore!  

“I can’t believe this is happening!”  

Speechless retiree ready to bank $200,000 prize 

A Wollongong retiree was left speechless after discovering her $200,000 Lucky Lotteries Mega Jackpot win. Between her disbelief and screams of delight, we were thrilled her and her husband will be able to enjoy the prize in their retirement. 

“You’re joking! This can’t be real,” the winning woman screamed.  

“My husband and I purchase a few tickets every week, but we never dreamed of winning anything. 

“It means so much. We’re retired, so it means we can live a more comfortable life moving forward.” 

Shocked Carina woman scores $100,000 win 

A Carina woman was captivated by her Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot windfall, declaring she’d never won anything in her life until now. She couldn’t wait to tell her husband and start planning a well-earned holiday. 

“Oh my god, oh my god, oh my god!” the winning woman cheered. 

“I’ve never won anything in my life, I can’t believe this is happening to me!    

 “This means so much, and it’s going to help me take care of my family. I might even go on a little holiday.” 

Leanyer man’s loved ones set to be spoilt 

A generous Leanyer man can’t wait to spoil his nearest and dearest thanks to his recent Saturday Lotto windfall. The man bagged a $660,000 prize which he plans on spending on his family. 

“I’m getting teary!” he cried. 

“The first thing that comes to my mind is to help the people around me rather than myself. 

“This is going to help a lot of people.”   

We are ready to crown some more winners soon. Could you be next?  

That’s all for this week. Happy winning!