Capricornia and Herbert are emerging as two seats that may decide whether or not we see a Turnbull led government formed in its own right or we face a we face hung parliament.
Observers all generally agree that the ALP is now unable to form Government.
The nations’ leading pollsters and observers are expecting that by close of counting today, we will see the Coalition having won 73 seats, the ALP 68, others five.
Capricornia and Herbert are two of those in doubt and too close predict along with Hindmarsh.
Of the others in the balance the ALP is tipped to win Cowan in West Australia, The Coalition is expected to hold Forde, and postal votes look like keeping Longman and Flynn, two other Queensland seats, now back in play for the Coalition.
Prime Minister Turnbull continue to remain “Quietly Confident” that the Coalition will be able to govern in its own right.
Not so quiet, is ALP leader Bill Shorten, who has maintained his calls today for Malcom Turnbull to resign.
The Australian Electoral Commission says it will still be number of days before a clear result is known.