Angus Taylor says his campaign to retain the federal seat of Hume has been busy and challenging and that there is a great deal at stake in this election.
"The campaign hasn't been perfect, a good example being the post on my Facebook account that went viral, and was even reported internationally," Mr Taylor said.
"Like everybody else, I can see the funny side of it.
"But I've really enjoyed the opportunity to speak to voters and explain how the Liberals have a plan to secure our future and guarantee the essential services that Australians rely on."
On pre-poll, he said voters had constantly told him they wanted to keep Bill Shorten out of The Lodge and feared Labor would weaken the economy.
While people were concerned about climate change - "and rightly should be" - Mr Taylor said people were telling him they wanted "a sensible approach that wouldn't impact the economy, slash jobs and cost wages."
He hoped the "good people" of Hume would re-elect him on Saturday.