There are a multitude of lotteries available to play in Australia, all of which offer life-changing prizes in every draw. If you want to find out more about a particular lottery, click on the relevant link below.
Saturday Lotto has been in operation since 1972 and has become one of Australia's most popular lottery games, offering a guaranteed Division 1 prize of AU$4 million.
Australia's Powerball has been available to play since May 1996 and gives players the chance to win a Division 1 prize worth a minimum of AU$3 million. The potential for massive jackpots makes this game extremely popular with players across the country.
Monday Lotto was launched in 1979 and has since undergone several rule changes. The game offers a Division 1 prize of AU$1 million for up to four ticket holders per draw. If there are more than four such winners, AU$4 million is split between them equally.
Wednesday Lotto was first introduced in 1984. At first, it was only played in New South Wales, but other territories have joined the lottery over the years and it is now played across the country. Like Monday Lotto, it offers a top prize of AU$1 million for up to four Division 1 winners.
Set for Life was launched in August 2015, becoming Australia's first new national lottery game since the creation of Powerball in 1996. It is played every day of the year and features a Division 1 prize that grants up to four winners in each draw $20,000 a month for 20 years.