Election day has begun in Australia and voting booths are getting busy as Australians decide who they want as their next prime minister.
It's been the longest election campaign in 50 years, and polls are showing it will be a close contest between current Prime Minister and Liberal party leader Malcolm Turnbull and Labour leader Bill Shorten.
The neck and neck competition between the country's major parties could result in a hung parliament, with neither side having a majority to form a new government.
It could be a high voter turn-out, as Australians are tempted towards polling booths by the hundreds of sausage sizzles taking place outside venues.
Snagvotes, a website set up to help people find the closest polling station with a sausage sizzle or cake stall, says: "The underlying objective is to celebrate our democracy, encourage participation in the democratic process and offer support for community groups and volunteers that run sausage sizzles and stalls on election day."
Voting closes at 6pm in Australia (10pm NZ time).