Regardless of how Australians choose who will snag their vote at Saturday's election, there is one thing that unifies the nation on election day - the democracy sausage.
To ensure voters don't leave empty-handed or miss out on this Aussie tradition, the Democracy Sausage website maps food options at polling booths.
"It's practically part of the Australian constitution. Or something," the democracysausage.org website jokes.
The interactive map pins all polling booth locations across Australia, with fun icons showing sausage and cake availability at various stalls.
The green plus symbol provides details on bacon and egg rolls and coffee availability, as well as vegetarian and halal food options.
While the grey question marks represent polling booths for which food options are yet to be confirmed.
According to the website there are 1000 polling booths with sausage sizzles, providing 20.5 per cent of Australians with access to a democracy sausage on election day.
ACT electorates lead the way giving up to 75 per cent of voters access to a democracy sausage.
NSW has the highest number of stalls with cakes and vegetarian options.
NSW and Victoria tie for the highest number of stalls with halal options while the NT has no stalls with halal food.
Victoria leads the the stall count on coffee in true Melbourne style.
The website crowdsources (or "crowdsauces") real time data from Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
People can use the the hashtag #democracysausage, or send a direct message to the website to help them track food availability at the polls.
The website is expect to fill in more grey question marks as election day approaches.
This story is written by the author in a personal capacity.
Australian Associated Press
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