A Bendigo farmer is one of seven division one winners from Saturday's (April 13) Tattslotto draw.
Each of the seven winners will take home $574,330.46
The central Victorian farmer said life on the land had been tough recently and that the $574,000 win would be life-changing.
"I am still shaking from Saturday night," she said.
"I checked my numbers at about 9pm that night. I got the results up on my iPad and I checked and rechecked and checked again and then went up to my husband and he checked and then rechecked and then we started screaming.
"Our grandkids were over and they thought we were fighting because we were screaming so much.
"Then we told them we won TattsLotto and they started screaming too and we all started jumping up and down."
After the initial shock subsided, the woman and her husband called her children who came to celebrate with some wine and a few nibbles.
The winning ticket was purchased at Bendigo Centre News and Lotto in Bath Lane.
Owner Geraldine Clohesy said she was thrilled to have sold division one winning entry to one of her customers.
"They are all so excited that we sold such a big winning entry. There is a good vibe in the shop," she said.
"We will definitely be celebrating the win. We'll put all our banners up and have big smiles on our faces.
"We last sold a division one winning entry in December 2017 and hopefully we will sell plenty more in the future."
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