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Everything you need to know about voting this Saturday

By Tanayah Wakefield

Australians will head to the polling booths this Saturday to have their say on who they would like to form Government to lead the country for the next three years.

Voting is compulsory for all Australian citizens aged 18 years and over who are enrolled to vote, with one person receiving one vote each.

The deadline for enrolment was Monday, April 18.

If you have not already voted early, you must head to a polling booth on Saturday. Polling places open at 8am and close at 6pm sharp, so you must vote between this time.

Polling booths will be located inside public schools, community halls and other community spaces across the country.

If you do not vote, you will be fined.

If you are in another state or territory and you have not voted early, you will need to vote at an interstate voting centre.

Here is everything you need to know about voting on Saturday.

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