Australians who have yet to vote in the 2019 Federal election are being reminded to turn out tomorrow, Saturday, May 18 to choose the next parliament and, so, help shape the future of the country.
Electoral commissioner, Tom Rogers, said it was important for everyone to plan where and when to vote tomorrow.
"We'll have more than 7000 venues open - which is more than ever before and with more staff than ever before - but it has always been the case that there will be some queues," Mr Rogers said.
"We've worked incredibly hard on minimising wait times by increasing the number of premises and staff, improving venue setup and tweaking queuing arrangements.
"But, whenever you have a randomised system to this scale you are going to have some queues.
"Voters have options on which polling place they attend, and when they attend, with around 10 million Australians expected to come through our doors during the day.
"Last election around 75 per cent of voters were able to get in, vote and be out the door within 15 minutes, and that's pretty good."
If voters are unable to vote at their local polling place tomorrow but will still be in their home state or territory, they can go to any polling place.
If voters are in another state or territory on election day, they must go to an interstate voting centre.
Polling place locations are available from the Australian Electoral Commission or by calling 13 23 26.