That's a wrap for tonight. We'll be back tomorrow morning with all the latest updates, interviews and analysis, as the Australian Electoral Commission resumes its count of votes.
Here's what we know now:
- A Fairfax analysis has projected the Coalition has won 70 seats, Labor 67 seats and the Greens one seat, with Independents and Minor parties claiming five. Seven seats are too close to call: Dunkley, Gilmore, Capricornia, Forde, Hindmarsh, Chisholm and Cowan
- Peta Credlin, the former chief of staff to Tony Abbott, says the Liberals have "pulled themselves apart" just two years after laughing at Labor for doing the same
- Anthony Albanese has ruled out an immediate Labor leadership challenge
- Labor leader Bill Shorten has called for Malcolm Turnbull to resign
- One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has claimed her party could snare six senate seats
- Australia's AAA credit rating could be at risk if the new parliament does not wind back the budget deficit
Thanks for your comments, and we'll see you bright and early.