Labor is well placed to secure the parliamentary seats it needs for majority government but some contests from the weekend election are still too close to call.
Official figures from the Australian Electoral Commission at 4pm AEST on Tuesday have Labor winning 76 seats - the slimmest of majorities in the 151-seat lower house.
The Liberal-Nationals coalition has 59 seats.
The crossbench comprised two Greens, Centre Alliance's Rebekha Sharkie, Bob Katter and 10 independents.
Two seats have no two-candidate preferred figures published.
The closest contests are in Deakin (Vic), Gilmore (NSW), Lyons (Tas) and Ryan and Brisbane (Qld).
Former Liberal minister Michael Sukkar is leading Labor's Gregg Matt by 74 votes in Deakin.
Labor MP Fiona Phillips is 78 votes ahead of Liberal candidate Andrew Constance in Gilmore.
In Lyons, Labor MP Brian Mitchell is 729 votes ahead of Liberal candidate Susie Bower.
And in Ryan, Liberal MP Julian Simmonds is 840 votes ahead of the Greens' Elizabeth Watson-Brown.
The ABC is projecting Labor's Madonna Jarrett on 55.2 per cent ahead of Liberal MP Trevor Evans in his seat of Brisbane, after she went ahead of the Greens on primary votes on Tuesday afternoon.
The make-up of the Senate could take weeks to determine, but it appears one casualty could be Liberals minister Zed Seselja, who is facing defeat at the hands of independent David Pocock, a former Australian rugby union international.
The Senate result is projected to be coalition 30 seats and Labor 25 in the 76-seat chamber from July 1.
Australian Associated Press
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