Retirement bonus for Saturday Lotto division one winner!

Monday 18 January 2016 - Retirement will be a little easier for a Central Coast man after he won a first division share in the weekend’s Saturday Lotto draw!

The flabbergasted winner was unaware he’d won division one and other divisional prizes totalling $211,791.12 until a NSW Lotteries official contacted him on Monday morning.

“You’re kidding me?” the shocked winner initially asked.

“I’ve won Saturday Lotto! How good is that! I‘ve recently retired so this prize money will be a welcomed boost to the retirement fund that’s for sure!

“It’s too early to say exactly what I’ll do with my Saturday Lotto windfall - I’m just stoked to know that I’ve won this prize money!”

The winning System 7 QuickPick entry was purchased at Supanews Tuggerah, Shop 2048 in Westfield Shopping Centre, 50 Wyong Road in Tuggerah.

Are you the mystery Taree winner?

An unregistered division one winning ticket from the weekend’s Saturday Lotto draw was purchased from Taree Marketplace News, Shop 36A in Taree Central Shopping Centre, 60 Manning Street in Taree.

NSW Lotteries encourages Saturday Lotto players who purchased an unregistered entry in Taree to check their ticket today because they could be starting their week more than $207,000 richer!

Anyone who believes they are holding the winning ticket should keep it in a safe place and contact NSW Lotteries immediately.

Throughout Australia, there were twenty entries that won a first division prize of $207,714.12 in Saturday Lotto draw 3599 on 16 January 2016. There were four division one winning tickets in New South Wales, two were purchased in Queensland, nine in Victoria, one in the Northern Territory and four in Western Australia.

The winning numbers in Saturday Lotto draw 3599 on Saturday 16 January 2016 were 1, 13, 22, 11, 3 and 24, with the supplementary numbers 29 and 30.

More chances to win!

There are more chances to win big with a huge $15 million up for grabs in Tuesday’s Oz Lotto draw and Powerball has jackpotted to $6 million for Thursday’s draw. You can purchase an entry at any NSW Lotteries outlet or online via