To participate in the Marriage Law Postal Survey you need to be correctly enrolled by 24 August 2017. This means you have less than two hours to ensure your vote counts.
Fortunately, the whole thing can be done online in a few minutes. Here are the links and instructions.
If you're not on the electoral role or have recently changed address, you only have until midnight to update your details. Failure to do so will result in not being able to vote.
The good news it that there's no need to talk to people on the phone or mail a physical form - the whole process can be completed online and it only takes a few minutes. All you need is some proof of identification such as a driver's licence or passport number. (You don't need to scan or print these documents out.)
There's no more time to keep putting it off. Do it now.
Starting in September, Australians will have the opportunity to vote on the issue of same-sex marriage in Australia via a postal survey. There’s a lot of information to take in and not all of the language is easy to understand. We’ve collated everything we know about the survey right here.