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OZ Lotto at a Glance:

Play Format: 7/45
Draw Days: Tuesday
Starting Jackpot: Au$2 million

Results Breakdown

PRIZE LEVEL MATCH ODDS
Prize Level 1 – Jackpot 7 1 : 45,379,620
Prize Level 2 6+1 1 : 3,241,401
Prize Level 3 6 1 : 180,078
Prize Level 4 5+1 1 : 29,602
Prize Level 5 5 1 : 3,430
Prize Level 6 4 1 : 254
Prize Level 7 3+1 1 : 87

Overall Odds to win anything = 1:55

Jackpot Record

The highest Oz Lotto jackpot up to date was drawn on 6 November 2012 when four lucky winners shared a prize of Au$111,972,151.

Quick Game Overview

Oz Lotto is one of the most popular Australian national lotteries for a couple of reasons. Launched in 1994 and administered by the Tatts Group, it currently features a massive guaranteed starting jackpot of Au$2,000,000 with one weekly draw.

The huge interest towards the game frequently creates multi-million top prizes as there is no limit on the number of jackpot rollovers – Division 1 prizes (jackpots) tend to increase by Au$10 million for every following draw after they pass Au$20 million, which only takes a couple of draws to occur. In other words, 8-digit top prizes are the norm with Oz Lotto!

Oz Lotto Draw – Tuesday is The Day for Australia’s Favorite Lottery

Another attractive feature of this game is its simple drawing format, which presents good winning odds, compared to other lottos – players only need to select 7 out of 45 numbers and match them correctly to win the jackpot, with 6 further lower-prize categories as well. The draws take place at 8.30 pm local AEST on Tuesdays, meaning you have plenty of time between them to carefully pick your lucky numbers.

The prize distribution is also very exciting with 40% of the prize pool going towards the jackpot and more than 50% allocated to the last two categories, meaning that even bottom-prize tiers, where more winning combinations are mathematically likely to occur, offer decent awards. You can keep a close eye on the draws anytime with Oz Lotto Latest Results page.