Australia's ruling conservatives have been confirmed winners in last week's general election, after opposition Labor leader Bill Shorten conceded.
Shorten said it was clear PM Malcolm Turnbull's coalition had won, adding that he had already congratulated him.
Votes are still being counted, but the government is expected to win just enough seats for a majority.
However, a strong swing against it has left doubts about its agenda and Turnbull's leadership.
The Liberal-National coalition still remains short of the 76 seats it needs to claim a majority in the lower house, the House of Representatives.