Young Queensland man wins $20m in Oz Lotto draw

A YOUNG man from Brisbane's south is $20 million richer after taking out the top division of Tuesday night's Oz Lotto draw.

The Inala man, who is in his 20s, was one of three people across the country to share in the $60 million top prize pool.

He wants to remain anonymous but in a statement said he had studied hard in school to find a good job but did not have enough money to pursue his passion of travel.

"I have a full bucket list of places I want to travel to around the world, but on the top of my list is Alaska, Canada and all over Northern America," he said.

"I will also set up my parents and loved ones with everything they need."

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