Liberal candidate Martin Zaiter has closed in on Labor incumbent Julie Owens in the seat of Parramatta. Today, the count of postal votes continues. It's going to be a nail-biting contest.
The results will be updated here as the votes are counted.
LATEST UPDATE (as of 4.15pm): Labor ahead by 403 votes.
With 84.6 per cent of the vote counted, Labor incumbent Julie Owens is still ahead, but only just, with 403 votes more than Liberal candidate Martin Zaiter after preferences.
On Wednesday, Ms Owens was "98 per cent" sure she would retain the seat having then won 50.8 per cent of votes after the distribution of preferences.
After the count of postal votes started, this dropped to 50.3 per cent and the swing to Mr Zaiter has increased to 4.1 percent.
Labor held the seat by a 4.4 per cent margin going into the election.
In terms of first preferences, Mr Zaiter leads with 44.9 per cent of the vote, Ms Owens has 41.3 per cent and Greens candidate Phil Bradley has won 5.1 per cent.
Source: Australia Electoral Commisson