From celebrating with cream cakes and a leg of ham, to 10 winners sharing a piece of division one pie — there was a ‘Lott’ on the plate this week. 

‘Dine in’ to this week’s winning highlights. 

Enough to go around! 10 Melburnians score sweet prize

Ten players from Melbourne have begun the working week feeling full after their central syndicate scored division one in Monday & Wednesday Lotto.

Each syndicate member receives a sweet share worth $102,624.79.

From Brunswick East to Endeavour Hills, the winning entries landed far and wide across Melbourne.

However, there are still five mystery winners on the loose who are unaware their syndicate entry won big! 

If you purchased a ticket in Monday & Wednesday Lotto draw 4106 you might want to check your entry!

Tasty prize celebrated with tasty eats

For an Albany creek retiree who held one of the eight division one winning entries in Saturday Gold Lotto, her mouth-watering prize of $797,532.27 wasn’t the only thing to drool about!

When we called to confirm her prize, she revealed cream cakes and a leg of ham were on the menu to celebrate her good fortune.

“That’s wonderful. Just amazing!” the winning woman cheered.

“We will be having cream cake and a leg of ham to celebrate!

“I am going to share it among family.”
Caboolture man enjoys second helpings with his second Instant Scratch-Its win

A man from Caboolture who's experienced the winning feeling in the past has gone back for seconds by scratching a second top prize on another Instant Scratch-Its ticket!

The stunned bloke couldn’t believe his good fortune has struck not only once, but twice.

“I couldn’t believe it when it looked like I had all the winning symbols,” he revealed.

“This is the second $10,000 prize I’ve won on a scratchie!

“I never thought I could do it again! I feel very lucky.”
Canberra cancer survivor rewarded for her random acts of kindness

One Canberra mum's battle with cancer certainly inspired her courage, but now she continues to inspire others with her kindness.

In TODAY’s “Random Acts of Kindness” segment, sponsored by The Lott, Natasha was delivered a $15,000 surprise recongising her incredible selflessness. 

As a stage 4 cancer survivor, a mother of two children, and the owner of three small businesses, Natahsa has plenty on her plate, but that hasn't stopped her from finding new ways to give back. 

Not only has she established and self-funded a home for high-care diability paitents, she's also started a number of initiatives to promote kindness and courage in her community. 

“I just love that we can make the world a better place. These people are unheard. They don’t have voices. We can help them be heard and feel supported," Natasha said. 

Find out more about her incredible story here.