Labor is one seat short of a majority as vote counting continues following the federal election.
At 7.30pm on Monday, official figures from the Australian Electoral Commission had Labor on 75 seats in the House of Representatives - one short of a majority in the 151-seat chamber.
The Liberal-National coalition was holding 59 seats.
Former treasurer Josh Frydenberg became the latest high-profile Liberal to concede, with his Melbourne seat of Kooyong going to independent Monique Ryan.
The AEC listed six seats with less than 1000 votes between the top two contenders: Deakin, Ryan, Gilmore, Grey, Lyons and Sturt.
In the tightest race, outgoing Liberal minister Michael Sukkar was ahead of Labor's Matt Gregg by 55 votes in the Victorian seat of Deakin.
Five seats had no two-candidate preferred results available.
The AEC listed 14 lower house crossbenchers.
Labor picked up 52.3 per cent of the two-party preferred vote.
Incumbent MPs were trailing in 19 seats: Swan, Pearce, Tangney, Hasluck, Curtin (WA), Chisholm, Higgins, Kooyong, Goldstein, Deakin (Victoria), Wentworth, Gilmore, Reid, North Sydney, Robertson, Mackellar, Fowler and Bennelong (NSW), Boothby and Grey (SA).
The Senate results are yet to be finalised, but the coalition is on track to hold 30 seats and Labor 25 in the 76-seat chamber from July 1.
ABC election analyst Antony Green said One Nation leader Pauline Hanson was likely to retain her Queensland seat when counting is finalised, with Jacqui Lambie Network candidate Tammy Tyrrell taking a seat in Tasmania.
The coalition appeared on track to lose Senate seats in WA, Tasmania, Victoria, Queensland and the ACT, while Labor could pick up seats in Queensland and WA.
Australian Associated Press
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