Early voting centres will remain open until 6pm tonight ahead of the election proper tomorrow.
For residents in the Myall Lakes electorate, your centres are Manning Uniting Church in Taree and the Myall Lakes election manager's office in Forster.
Gloucester residents in the Upper Hunter can vote at St Pauls Anglican Church on Hume Street.
Meanwhile, NSW electoral commissioner John Schmidt has revealed early voting numbers.
"To date, a total of 845,779 people have taken up early voting," Mr Schmidt said.
"This includes 670,998 people who have voted in person at 194 early voting centres around the State.
"We have received 23,762 postal votes so far, 144,259 people have voted via iVote internet and telephone voting and we have taken mobile voting to 6,760 people at declared facilities including nursing homes, aged care facilities and hospitals."
Mr Schmidt said early voting was likely to peak today.
"Postal vote applications have closed, but people can register to use iVote internet and telephone voting up until 1pm on election day," he said.
Check elections.nsw.gov.au to check eligibility requirements to use iVote.
Voting centres on election day will be open from 8am to 6pm. There are 2207 centres across NSW.