Guitars, new cars, and a winning smile; our recent winners are set to tick some dream items off their wishlists.

Check out the highlights below!  

Winning grin about to get bigger and brighter for Granville man after Saturday Lotto win 

With over $900,000 about to land in his bank account, a Granville man was all smiles as he revealed the first thing he’d do with his Saturday Lotto windfall.   

“Oh my god… things like this don’t happen to people like me,” he exclaimed.   

“I know I do need to get some dental work done!” he laughed.   

“That will be one of the first things.”  

A trip to the dentist might not be everyone’s dream but we couldn’t help grinning at his gleeful reaction.  

 Second $100,000 Lucky Lotteries win is music to the ears of Denham Court musician  

A Denham Court musician knows exactly how a lottery win can make your heart sing! Not only did the New South Wales player score $100,000 in the latest Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot draw — he revealed it’s the second big win he’s enjoyed.  

“Bloody hell. God! I have a tear in my eye. I’m tearing up!” he said.  

 “You know I’ve won division one before. It was a few decades ago now, but this feeling is the same as that feeling! 

 “God I will definitely do something to spoil myself – actually I will get myself a new guitar!”   

The winning man sure knows how to hit the right note!  

Generous Bulleen grandfather to liven up Christmas thanks to $930,000 TattsLotto win 

A Bulleen man didn’t have much on his own wishlist, but he can’t wait to treat his family this Christmas thanks to his $930,000 TattsLotto prize!  

“I never expected to win this big. It’s a bit of a shock,” he said.  

“I reckon we’ll have a pretty good Christmas now!  

“I’ll definitely use it to help out my kids and spoil the grandkids.”  

Newton tradie to trade in work car thanks to $50,000 Keno Spot 8 win 

One hardworking South Australian will be hitting the car yard for Christmas thanks to his $50,000 Keno win!  

“What a feeling! It was a great feeling! You can’t believe how many times I double-checked the numbers. I must have checked it a million times!” he said.  

“There are lots of things I am going to use it for, but I’ve already given half to the wife to save.

“I am going to get myself a new work car. I really need to upgrade to a new van so I’ll do that.”  

A new van might not fit under the Christmas tree but we’re sure that won’t detract from his enjoyment. 

A Lott of helping hands: making unexpected hospital stays easier 

While we love hearing how our winners will use their prize, families in hospitals have some very different things on their wishlists at Christmas. Amid an unexpected hospital stay, toiletries and small comfort items from the Childhood Cancer Association can make a big difference.  

This week, our team in South Australia donated 150 toiletry items and packed almost 60 hospital support packs to provide assistance to South Australian families during a stressful time. We’re also proud to commit $50,000 to the Childhood Cancer Association’s mission of supporting families battling cancer.