That's a wrap! Here's what happened on day 37 of the election campaign
Here's a rundown of what Scott Morrison, Anthony Albanese and their teams were up to:
Where the leaders campaigned
- Prime Minister Scott Morrison: Darwin (Lingiari)
- Opposition leader Anthony Albanese: Perth (Hasluck, Swan)
What the Coalition wanted to talk about
What Labor wanted to talk about
What made news
A re-elected Coalition aims to save an additional $1 billion over the next four years by requiring the public service to make more savings in the way they manage their operations.
Mr Morrison dismissed suggestions a federal integrity commission would operate with the same open justice process as courts.
Mr Albanese said his political legacy will be positive action on climate change, regardless of the outcome of Saturday's federal election.
What they said
Scott Morrison on the Coalition's housing policy: "The Labor Party, they hate this. They want big union funds to control your money. I want you to control your money. I don't agree with the Labor Party that it's a gamble. I believe it's the best and smartest thing you can do."
Join us again tomorrow for more news from the campaign trail!