It's the day for Democracy Sausage! The nation has headed to the polls.
Stay up-to-date with our blog, below. The Post's reporters will be collaborating with colleagues across the electorate. We'll be checking out booths around the electorate, so say hello if you spot our roving photographers. And don't forget to take advantage of the sausage sizzles!
WHERE TO VOTE IN GOULBURN MULWAREE
Booths are open 8am to 6pm sharp. All have assisted access for wheelchair users.
- Progress Association Hall, 42 King Street
- Bradfordville Public, 10/30 Hampden Street
- George Simes Memorial Scout Hall, 19/30 Addison Street
- Goulburn High, 132 Goldsmith Street
- Goulburn West Public, 106 Combermere Street
- St Joseph's Primary, 101 Lagoon Street
- Wesley Centre, 43 Goldsmith Street
- Memorial Hall, 70 George Street
- Memorial Hall, 2-8 Memorial Road
- Town Hall, 18 Wallace Street
Some booths with food/drinks/markets in Goulburn Mulwaree include:
Goulburn West Public: sausage sizzle/cake stall; P&C fundraiser for years 5/6 school camp. Open 8am-1pm.
Bradfordville Public: market with food, drinks, stalls; P&C fundraiser for adventure playground matting. Open 8am-2pm.
Goulburn High: sausage sizzle fundraiser for school equipment. Open 8am-1pm.
St Joseph's Primary: cake stall fundraiser for Year 6's end-of-year grad gift to school. Open from 8am until sold out
OUT AND ABOUT
If your local booth has food and drinks or market stalls on show, let us know with a pic or comment on our Facebook page: facebook.com/GoulburnPost
Or if you're just out and about with the kids and pets, enjoying an autumn day free of politics, share a snap with us on Facebook, too.
How-to-vote cards will be available at booths showing the flow of preferences (though not all candidates have determined preferences to other parties).
Need a little more background reading? Then check out these profiles below (listed in the order that names will appear on the ballot paper):
Ian Nebauer of the Christian Democratic Party (The Fred Nile Group) did not respond to requests for interviews or images.
As at Friday, about 20 percent of electors had already cast their vote in Hume for the Federal Election, said the Australian Electoral Commission.