Oz Lotto

Oz Lotto is an Australian lottery which offers jackpots of at least AU$2 million and six other ways to win in every draw. You can bet on the game from countries around the world, with draws taking place every Tuesday at 7:30pm AEST.

Oz Lotto Information

How to Play Oz Lotto

Playing Oz Lotto is online is extremely easy and gives players the access to enter the draw from anywhere in the world. You can win the same prizes as if you held a ticket but you don’t have to be in Australia to take part. Follow the steps below to play Oz Lotto:

  • Pick seven numbers from 1 to 45. Choose your own numbers or select a Quick Pick if you want a random set to be generated.
  • Select how many draws to enter. You can play a single draw or subscribe for either one month or three months. If you take out a subscription, you never miss a draw and the cost of
  • Add your entries to your cart and pay for them. If you are a new player, you will have to set up a LotteryWorld.com account. If you are an existing user, just log in to confirm your entries.
  • Sit back and wait for the winning numbers to be drawn. You will be notified by email if you win or contacted via telephone if you have won a bigger prize

Oz Lotto Prizes and Odds

To win the Oz Lotto jackpot, the seven numbers you pick must be the same as the seven winning numbers. The top prize is split if there are multiple winners, and rolls over to the following draw if there are no winners. The jackpot can keep climbing for as many as 25 draws, and it regularly goes above AU$50 million.

There are also two supplementary balls selected in each draw, helping to create a total of seven prize tiers. The following table shows all the different ways to win:

Oz Lotto Prize Fund and Odds
Match Percentage of Prize Fund Odds
7 Jackpot (40%) 1 in 45,379,620
6 + 1 supplementary number 1.7% 1 in 3,241,401
6 3.5% 1 in 180,078
5 + 1 or 2 supplementary numbers 1.8% 1 in 29,602
5 2.1% 1 in 3,430
4 24% 1 in 154
3 + 1 or 2 supplementary numbers 26.9% 1 in 87

Overall odds of winning are 1 in 55. The prizes are not fixed amounts and can change from draw to draw. That’s because each prize category receives a certain percentage of the total prize fund – more players means bigger prizes.

Oz Lotto FAQs

Oz Lotto is simple to play but if you have any questions about the draws or how payouts work you may be able to find the answers below.

When do draws take place?

Draws take place every Tuesday just after 7:30pm AEST.

How much does it cost to play?

It costs $3 for a single entry. If you take out a subscription, the cost per bet is lower.

Is Oz Lotto only available in Australia?

No- you can play Oz Lotto online on Lottery World from many countries around the world. By playing online you can win all the same prizes as if you bought a ticket for the draw. You don’t even have to do anything to claim most prizes – the money will automatically be paid into your Lottery World account.

What is the biggest Oz Lotto jackpot ever?

The biggest Oz Lotto jackpot in history came on 6 November 2012, when four tickets split AU$111 million.

How do you find out if you have won?

If you win a prize on LotteryWorld.com, you will receive an email to let you know. You can also check the latest winning numbers by going to the Oz Lotto Results page.

How many numbers do you need to win a prize on Oz Lotto?

The fewest numbers you can match and win a prize in Oz Lotto is three of the main numbers drawn and one of the supplementary numbers. The more numbers you match from there, the larger your prize will be. Just matching one or two numbers along with one or two supps does not win you a prize.

What are divisions in Oz Lotto?

Divisions is the term used to describe the prize levels players can win in. So the jackpot, or top prize level, is called Division 1 or the Division 1 prize. The second-place prize would be called Division 2 and so on, all the way down to Division 7 for the lowest prize.