Oz Lotto Lottery Results & Game Details

Lottery Results Updated : Feb 24, 2024 03:19 AM EST

Oz Lotto Lottery Results & Game Details

Next Draw on:

27th Feb, 2024

Estimated Jackpot:

AU$3,000,000

Result Date Jackpot
    Regular Numbers
  • 7
  • 11
  • 17
  • 24
  • 33
  • 39
  • 43
  • Bonus
  • 26-27-44
Date
Est. Jackpot
AU$30,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 16
  • 17
  • 21
  • 32
  • Bonus
  • 12-14-25
Date
Est. Jackpot
AU$20,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 3
  • 10
  • 13
  • 20
  • 31
  • 38
  • 39
  • Bonus
  • 12-33-41
Date
Est. Jackpot
AU$10,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 4
  • 20
  • 25
  • 27
  • 28
  • 29
  • 34
  • Bonus
  • 12-26-38
Date
Est. Jackpot
AU$5,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 2
  • 15
  • 18
  • 20
  • 26
  • 27
  • 44
  • Bonus
  • 1-10-42
Date
Est. Jackpot
AU$3,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 4
  • 9
  • 17
  • 24
  • 29
  • 37
  • 47
  • Bonus
  • 14-20-27
Date
Est. Jackpot
AU$10,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 5
  • 6
  • 21
  • 22
  • 25
  • 38
  • 42
  • Bonus
  • 16-36-44
Date
Est. Jackpot
AU$5,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 3
  • 21
  • 24
  • 30
  • 36
  • 44
  • 46
  • Bonus
  • 18-31-37
Date
Est. Jackpot
AU$3,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 17
  • 22
  • 24
  • 28
  • 31
  • 42
  • 44
  • Bonus
  • 3-16-39
Date
Est. Jackpot
AU$90,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 12
  • 18
  • 25
  • 37
  • 40
  • 43
  • 47
  • Bonus
  • 28-30-32
Date
Est. Jackpot
AU$70,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 6
  • 19
  • 30
  • 39
  • 42
  • 44
  • 47
  • Bonus
  • 8-33-46
Date
Est. Jackpot
AU$50,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 3
  • 11
  • 17
  • 19
  • 32
  • 36
  • 41
  • Bonus
  • 6-22-34
Date
Est. Jackpot
AU$40,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 6
  • 19
  • 22
  • 24
  • 33
  • 34
  • 43
  • Bonus
  • 10-25-38
Date
Est. Jackpot
AU$30,000,000

Oz Lotto Australia Hot and Cold Numbers

Hot Numbers

Regular Balls
21
26 Times
5
26 Times
3
21 Times
19
20 Times
37
20 Times
27
20 Times
24
19 Times
22
18 Times
7
17 Times
17
17 Times
4
17 Times
12
17 Times
47
17 Times
30
17 Times
28
16 Times
43
15 Times
9
15 Times
44
15 Times
41
15 Times
14
15 Times
20
15 Times
6
15 Times
42
15 Times
Bonus
28
11 Times
40
11 Times
46
10 Times
33
10 Times
47
10 Times
44
9 Times
14
9 Times
16
9 Times
10
9 Times
39
8 Times
30
8 Times
42
8 Times
8
7 Times
23
7 Times
20
7 Times
11
7 Times
9
7 Times
25
7 Times

Cold Numbers

Regular Balls
16
9 Times
13
9 Times
26
10 Times
2
10 Times
10
10 Times
35
11 Times
46
12 Times
36
12 Times
8
12 Times
29
12 Times
18
12 Times
15
12 Times
31
12 Times
25
12 Times
32
13 Times
45
13 Times
23
13 Times
40
14 Times
1
14 Times
11
14 Times
34
14 Times
33
14 Times
38
14 Times
39
14 Times
Bonus
15
2 Times
45
3 Times
5
3 Times
7
3 Times
38
3 Times
43
3 Times
3
4 Times
24
4 Times
21
4 Times
34
4 Times
32
4 Times
35
5 Times
29
5 Times
6
5 Times
27
5 Times
26
5 Times
1
5 Times
31
6 Times
37
6 Times
18
6 Times
12
6 Times
2
6 Times
36
6 Times
17
6 Times
13
6 Times
4
6 Times
22
6 Times
19
6 Times
41
6 Times

Oz Lotto is one of Australia’s most popular lotteries — with good reason. There’s a lot to like here: jackpots rollover to the next drawing when no one wins in the current draw, jackpots start at $2 million, and the odds are pretty good compared to bigger lotteries. The best part is that it’s among the easiest-to-understand lottery games out there—both newcomers and veterans alike will no doubt love it. Sounds right up your alley? Join me as I take a closer look!

About Oz Lotto

Oz Lotto Logo

Oz Lotto began all the way back in February 26, 1994, when it was introduced as Australia’s very first national game (at the time, New South Wales was not part of Saturday Lotto). Speaking of its competitor game, Oz Lotto started out with similar mechanics as Saturday Lotto wherein you pick six numbers from 1-45. However, in October 18, 2005, they changed the mechanics so that a seventh number would have to be drawn, which lengthened the odds of winning the jackpot.

For a time, Oz Lotto came to be known by different names depending on the region to reflect the change in mechanics. In regions where the Tatts Group runs the game, it was known as Super 7’s Oz Lotto, while in Queensland it was known as Oz 7 Lotto. In 2012, however, the game has since reverted back to simply being called Oz Lotto in those regions.

Oz Lotto Quick Facts

  • Rollover Lottery: Oz Lotto’s jackpots roll over when no one wins—making the next prize fund even bigger.
  • Minimum Jackpot: The minimum prize pool of each Oz Lotto drawing is $2 million.
  • Relatively Good Odds: Compared to some lottery games, Oz Lotto’s odds are pretty good.
  • Easy, Straightforward Game: Oz Lotto is an easy, no-frills game—just about anyone will be able to grasp it in no time.
  • Tax-free: If you play and win in Australia, your prize is considered tax-free income. However, if you play elsewhere, your local tax laws may apply.
  • Draws: Oz Lotto draws are held every Tuesday.

How to Play Oz Lotto?

The Basics

Oz Lotto is, as I’ve mentioned before, a very easy and straightforward lotto game. You simply choose seven numbers from a selection pool of 1-45, and to win the jackpot you must match all 7 numbers. Matching less numbers still nets you prizes, though you need to match at least 3 main numbers and 1 (or 2) supplementary numbers to win in the lowest prize tier (aka “division”). It’s that simple!

System Entries

Although Oz Lotto’s mechanics are pretty simple, that doesn’t mean there’s no depth or variety. They also offer a feature called System Entries, which give you the possibility to win in multiple prize tiers/divisions using just one entry.

Basically, System Entries allow you to pick up to 20 numbers in a single entry—wherein the numbers you chose can be made into multiple combinations consisting of 7 numbers each. To put it more simply, it’s like playing in several standard games, but using only one entry. So, for example, if you choose the System 9 option—where you can choose a total of 9 numbers—it’s like playing 36 standard games.

Take note, however, that not every lottery site offers this feature for Oz Lotto. If you live in Australia though, then you can easily take advantage of their System Entries feature.

Oz Lotto Odds of Winning

Compared to some lottery games – especially big ones like Powerball or SuperEnalotto – Oz Lotto’s odds are quite good. That said, these aren’t the best odds I’ve seen on a lottery. You’re looking at a 1 in 55 odds of winning anything, after all.

However, Oz Lotto still does offer good odds when bigger lotteries elsewhere (like the two I mentioned earlier, for instance) has some pretty astronomical odds. Check it out for yourself:

Numbers Matched Odds of Winning
7 1 in 45,379,620
6 + 1 or 2 supplementary numbers 1 in 3,241,401
6 1 in 180,078
5 + 1 or 2 supplementary numbers 1 in 29,602
5 1 in 3,430
4 1 in 154
3 + 1 or 2 supplementary numbers 1 in 87

 

Odds of Winning Any Prize 1 in 55

So What Happens if You Win?

Much like their game mechanics, winning Oz Lotto is fairly straightforward, too. For prizes less than $1,500, you can head on over to any Tatts Outlet – in either Tasmania or Victoria (wherever jurisdiction you bought your ticket). Meanwhile, if you bought your ticket in the Northern Territory, you should go to any Tatts Outlet in that area.

Meanwhile, claiming winnings over $1,500 at any Tatts Outlet is a bit more complex. For starters, winnings that range from $1,500-$3,999.99 could be paid out immediately or, if not possible, the outlet itself could make other payout arrangements – though it is at their discretion. Prizes ranging from $4,000-$24,999.99, meanwhile, will be paid out – at the discretion of the outlet – after getting authorization from Tatts proper.

You can also lodge a claim either via mail or in person (through Tatts’ Victorian Office), though take note that prizes will be paid out within 10 business days upon receiving your claim.

The Biggest Oz Lotto Winners

In 2013, Oz Lotto has produced a whopping 448 millionaires—and that number’s only grown since then. Here are some of the biggest lottery winners so far:

Jackpot # of Winners Draw Date
AUD$111,972,151.04 4 Nov. 6, 2012
AUD$106,500,000 2 June 2009
AUD$70,000,000 10 Dec. 2013
AUD$50,000,000 3 July 18, 2017
AUD$40,000,000 1 May 30, 2017

Oz Lotto Fun Facts

  • A man, who had been playing the same numbers for years, won the AUD$20 million jackpot by accident. Supposedly, he had mistakenly filled out numbers one line below his usual picks—which was very fortuitous for him, it turned out.
  • In 2013, a whopping 448 millionaires was estimated to have been produced by Oz Lotto.
  • On July 18, 2017, there were 3 winners of the AUD$50 million jackpot. One of which, a man from Manly, hung up on lottery officials who were calling to notify him of his big win. Luckily for the man, the officials persisted!

Bottom Line on Oz Lotto

Oz Lotto Mystery Winner
Could YOU be the next Oz Lotto winner?

Whether you’re from Australia or elsewhere in the world, if you want a simple, straightforward lottery game, Oz Lotto might just be right up your alley. Its mechanics are ridiculously easy to understand, the odds aren’t half bad, and you can get more chances of winning using a single entry via the System Entries feature. Plus, if you’re a native of the land down under, Oz Lotto winnings are considered tax-free income. Sure, the jackpots may not be as big as more popular mega lotteries, but with a minimum of $2 million per draw, they are still pretty sizeable.

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