Bunbury woman in ‘shoebox rental’ scores $15m Lotto win

Zach RelphThe West Australian
Callows Corner Lottery Centre owner Elizabeth Callow and grandaughter Kiri O'Neill celebrate the sale of the $15 million OZ Lotto jackpot.
Camera IconCallows Corner Lottery Centre owner Elizabeth Callow and grandaughter Kiri O'Neill celebrate the sale of the $15 million OZ Lotto jackpot. Credit: Chloe Fraser / Busselton Dunsborough Times.

Bunbury is home to the State’s newest multi-millionaire who scooped the entire division one OZ Lotto draw on Tuesday.

The anonymous 35-year-old, who purchased the winning ticket at Callows Corner Lottery Centre in Busselton after a “crappy” day at work, has bolstered the bank account with a cool $15million.

But, to add further luck to the win, it has also been revealed the public sector worker claimed a division two win and division three success to boost her overall jackpot to $15.2million.

“This means I can finally get out of my shoebox of a rental and buy my first home,” the mystery woman said

“I’d also like to travel, business-class maybe.

“I’m set up for life.”

WA lotto players have snared 20 division one prizes in 2017, resulting in a combined $57million haul.

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