Federal Election 2016 : Australian Electoral Commission Rolling updates on Essential Links for voters
Telephone voting is now available for the visually impaired. Call 1800 913 993 to register.
More than 15.6 million Aussies are ready to vote. See our media release for more on enrolment figures:
Candidate nominations close at midday on Thursday 9 June. Nominations info is available
Practise makes perfect! Make sure you know how to cast a Senate vote in the next election
The 2016 federal election boundaries map is now available.
A fact sheet detailing the status of all 150 federal electoral divisions for the next election is now available
We are looking for polling officials in your local area. For more info or to apply
A list of overseas voting locations is now available at on the AEC Website Overseas voting centres will be open from 20 June.
Details regarding briefing sessions for intending candidates. For Queensland this is on Thursday 19 May 2016 and more details are now available
Candidate Nomination Forms, Ballot Paper Logos & Party Registration Guide, plus there is information regarding Funding and disclosure guides, expected election day polling places, postal vote guidelines, scrutineer and candidate guidelines, and electoral backgrounders all available here
It's amazing how powerful a piece of paper can be! Voting rules for the Senate have changed - find out how with this Video
If you can't make it to a polling place or early voting centre this election you can apply for a postal vote at the AEC
Easy English guides to enrolling and voting are available at the AEC website
Over 15 million Australians are enrolled to vote for the next federal election. Are you? Check here
Source: AEC Twitter site