As Australia's political leaders campaign at opposite ends of the country, time is running out to enrol to vote in the upcoming federal election.
Australian citizens have until 8pm on Thursday to register or change their details to take part in the May 18 poll.
As the deadline looms, Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten are squeezing in a final day on the hustings before pausing over Easter.
The prime minister will campaign in Tasmania on Thursday, promising more than $25 million for the state's health services.
Mr Morrison is hoping to snatch a swag of crucial marginal seats in the north of the Apple Isle.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will spend the day in the Northern Territory, rounding out a week of health announcements of his own.
Mr Shorten has endured a tough couple of days after slipping on Labor's superannuation policies, and clashing with a cranky reporter over climate change.
The national economy will return to the agenda on Thursday when the latest jobs figures are released.
Australian Associated Press