Well, that's the end of our live coverage of Australia election 2019.
No-one predicted it, but the Liberal-National Coalition has won. PM Scott Morrison calls it "a miracle".
We don't yet know if they have the 76 seats required for a majority, but they will certainly be in government.
Labor's Bill Shorten has conceded and said he will step down as leader.
The coalition has swept through Queensland, a state full of marginal seats.
Former PM Tony Abbott has lost his seat.
There are plenty of votes still to be counted - some may not be called for days. And the Senate can take weeks to settle.
But we're leaving it here. Thanks for following and remember you can get all the latest Australia news from BBC News Australia and by adding "Australia" to your topics in the BBC News app.