It’s election day. This is where you can find a voting booth near you to have a say in who runs the country and avoid a fine.
It’s election day! This is where you can find a voting booth near you to have a say in who rules the country.
Nearly 97 per cent of eligible Australians are registered to vote on May 21 following weeks of campaigning by candidates across the country.
People can vote at any of the more than 7,000 polling places in their state or territory and many will be open at local schools, churches, community halls and public buildings.
Voting opens at 8 am on Election Day and closes at 6 pm sharp. Be sure to vote to avoid a fine.
Below is a list of all polling places near you, searchable by zip code, town, or constituency. Or you can look specifically at your state or territory in these lists for NSW, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Northern Territory and Tasmania.
The interactive map below also has all of the likely polling places in your area.
All Australians over the age of 18 must register to vote and vote on Election Day.
If you don’t know who to vote for, check out our cheat sheet.
Originally published as Where to Vote in Australia on Election Day