Australia - OZ Lotto



Past Results

Tuesday 21 May 2024
  • 3
  • 7
  • 8
  • 25
  • 26
  • 30
  • 47
  • 4
  • 16
  • 15
Jackpot
A$30,000,000

Top Jackpot This Week

18 h : 56 m : 44
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Prizes - 21 May 2024

Match Amount Winners
7 Main Numbers A$0 0
6 Main Numbers, 1 Supplementary A$56,203.55 6
6 Main Numbers A$4,025.6 99
5 Main Numbers and 1, 2 or 3 Supplementaries A$346.8 884
5 Main Numbers A$53.55 4,582
4 Main Numbers or 4 Main Numbers and 1, 2 or 3 Supplementaries A$25.65 118,409
3 Main Numbers and 1, 2 or 3 Supplementaries A$15.35 317,050
Total Winners A$0 441,030

Winning Numbers

The Most Common Drawn OZ Lotto Numbers - Hot Numbers
5
Drawn 56 times
140 Days ago
09 Jan 2024
21
Drawn 55 times
35 Days ago
23 Apr 2024
32
Drawn 48 times
28 Days ago
30 Apr 2024
17
Drawn 47 times
42 Days ago
16 Apr 2024
37
Drawn 47 times
49 Days ago
09 Apr 2024
9
Drawn 44 times
35 Days ago
23 Apr 2024
14
Drawn 44 times
35 Days ago
23 Apr 2024
12
Drawn 18 times
105 Days ago
13 Feb 2024
2
Drawn 18 times
399 Days ago
25 Apr 2023
The Least Often Drawn OZ Lotto Numbers - Cold Numbers
46
Drawn 13 times
21 Days ago
07 May 2024
47
Drawn 26 times
7 Days ago
21 May 2024
16
Drawn 27 times
14 Days ago
14 May 2024
35
Drawn 30 times
21 Days ago
07 May 2024
15
Drawn 31 times
21 Days ago
07 May 2024
29
Drawn 31 times
84 Days ago
05 Mar 2024
40
Drawn 31 times
161 Days ago
19 Dec 2023
46
Drawn 1 times
350 Days ago
13 Jun 2023
32
Drawn 5 times
63 Days ago
26 Mar 2024
The statistics are generated from 2019 to the latest draw


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OZ Lotto

Oz Lotto is one of Australia's most popular national lottery games, offering players the chance to win a wide range of prizes for as little as AU$1.30 per ticket.

Oz Lotto draws take place weekly on Tuesdays at 19:30 Australian Eastern Standard Time.

Players choose seven numbers between 1 and 45 or can use the Quick Pick feature to play with seven randomly generated numbers.

Additionally, Oz Lotto online can be played using multiple lines at once, by manually choosing numbers for each entry, buying Quick Pick tickets in bulk or by using the System Entry feature. The System Entry feature enables players to pick up to 20 numbers, which are then entered into the draw in multiple combinations.

Jackpot

Oz Lotto has no rollover or jackpot cap.

While the minimum guaranteed Oz Lotto jackpot is AU$2 million, jackpots frequently surpass this due to the long odds of winning.

The largest Oz Lotto wins are:

  • AU$111,972,151 shared by four winners in November 2012.
  • AU$106,500,000 shared by two winners in June 2009.
  • AU$70,000,000 shared by 10 winners in December 2013.

The biggest single ticket jackpot win was AU$40,000,000 in May 2017.

Odds and Prizes

The odds of winning the Oz Lotto jackpot are 1 in 45,379,620.

While these odds are typical, they are still higher than other lotteries offering a similar jackpot. For example, the Mexico Melate lottery offers a similar jackpot, but with winning odds around 25% lower.

Oz Lotto offers players the chance to win at seven different prize tiers.

Prize Category Numbers Matched Winning Odds Winning Odds %

1

7

1 in 45,379,620

0.000002

2

6, plus 1 or 2 

supplementary

numbers

1 in 3,241,401

0.00003

3

6

1 in 180,078

0.0005

4

5, plus 1 or 2

supplementary

numbers

1 in 29,602

0.003

5

5

1 in 3,430

0.029

6

4

1 in 154

0.65

7

3, plus 1 or 2

supplementary

numbers

1 in 87

1.15

Payout and Taxes

Oz Lotto winnings are paid out as single one-time payments.

Lottery winnings in Australia are not subject to taxation, but If you play Oz Lotto online and win, remember to check local tax laws.

Who Can Play Oz Lotto?

You must be at least 18 years of age to legally buy an Oz Lotto ticket.

Players in Australia can buy tickets from authorized sellers across the country, while players from Australia and around the world can play Oz Lotto online.

History of Oz Lotto

The first Oz Lotto draw took place on February 26, 1994, and was Australia’s first national lottery game, with previous lotteries being run and administered at state level only.

From the first draw in 1994 until October 18, 2005, players chose six numbers rather than the seven chosen today. This change increased the odds of winning the jackpot.