Australian voters are being given a couple of days' break as Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten call an Easter truce.
The political leaders are shutting down their federal election campaigns on Good Friday and Easter Sunday.
Political advertising will be halted over the holidays, with candidates from both major parties told to lay low.
The prime minister will be spending the weekend in Sydney, with the opposition leader in Melbourne.
The pair have been bare-knuckle brawling across the country for the past week as they prepare for a May 18 poll.
There's an outside chance their political punch-up over tax and health might be resurrected briefly on Saturday, but otherwise the pair won't be rabbiting on terribly much over the weekend.
Mr Morrison crossed off a Cronulla Sharks game on Thursday night, while Mr Shorten touched down in Melbourne after an overnight visit to Darwin.
The Greens and other minor parties have no plans to down tools over the weekend, given their more modest resources with just four weeks remaining until polling day.
The Liberal and Labor campaigns will rise again on Sunday night, before kicking back into full gear on Monday.
Australian Associated Press