2 Million (AUD)
Tue, Jul 14, 2020
Oz Lotto was Australia's first national lottery game and holds the record for producing the country's largest jackpot.
The Oz Lotto jackpot starts at 2 million (AUD) and rolls over every time the game is not won creating huge prize funds. Currently, the highest jackpot stands at 112 million (AUD). These rollovers make the Australian Oz Lotto very popular and lottery fans from Australia and across the world flock to buy their tickets to play the game.
The number range in the Oz Lotto is 1 to 45. To play a standard Oz Lotto game, you must pick 7 numbers from this range and match them with the first 7 numbers drawn in the game.
Two more balls are then drawn and these determine the prizes in the lower tiers.
The Aus lottery starts at 2 million (AUD) and grows with each rollover. There is no jackpot cap.
Oz Lotto is drawn every Tuesday.
You can play Oz Lotto even if you are not in Australia by buying your ticket online through a certified lottery agent.
The odds of winning any Oz Lotto prize is 1 in 55.
|7 Balls||1 in 45,379,620|
|6 Balls + 1 or 2||1 in 3,241,401|
|6 Balls||1 in 15,006|
|5 Balls + 1 or 2||1 in 29,602|
|5 Balls||1 in 3,430|
|4 Balls||1 in 154|
|3 Balls + 1 or 2||1 in 87|
Oz Lotto, like many other lotto games, has developed and evolved since it started in Febuary 1994. It was originally a normal 6 from 45 game and in Oct 2005, the 7th ball was added. In some Australian territories, Oz Lotto was renamed to Super 7's Oz Lotto and Oz 7 Lotto at this point.
Oz Lotto is one of the few lottos where 7 balls are drawn from the same set instead of 5 or 6.
Oz Lotto Results
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