David Pocock has emerged as the key vote the Albanese government will need to pass legislation after all state and territory senators were finalised on Monday.
The final count revealed Labor and the Greens will command one vote short of a combined upper-house majority.
The Albanese government will need 38 out of a possible 76 votes to block hostile actions in the Senate but a full majority of 39 votes to pass its own legislation.
The Electoral Commission published distribution of preferences on Monday for the final remaining three states - New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia - revealing the Liberal and National parties will be reduced to 32 senators while Labor remains unchanged on 26.
On the new crossbench, the Greens gain three senators to reach 12, One Nation remains unchanged with two, the Jacqui Lambie Network grows from one to two, with the United Australia Party and David Pocock picking up one seat each.
Labor can build a one-vote majority to pass progressive legislation in both chambers of Parliament with the support of the Greens and David Pocock.
The nail-biting final Senate election results were confirmed on Monday, with the sixth and final Senate spots in the NSW and Victorian distributions going to the Liberal's Jim Molan and the United Australia Party's Ralph Babet respectively.
In Western Australia, the final Senate spot went to Labor's Fatima Payman. It was the only state where Labor picked up three of the six spots contested in the 2022 election.
The list of defeated senators includes four Liberals including two ministers, Ben Small and Amanda Stoker, along with Eric Abetz and Greg Mirabella. Another Liberal senator, Concetta Fierravanti-Wells, withdrew after losing her preselection battle.
Centre Alliance's Stirling Griff and independent Rex Patrick were also unsuccessful.
- Katy Gallagher - Australian Labor Party
- David Pocock - David Pocock
Northern Territory senators
- Malarndirri McCarthy - Australian Labor Party
- Jacinta Nampijinpa Price - Country Liberals (NT)
South Australian senators
- Simon Birmingham - Liberal
- Penny Wong - Australian Labor Party
- Andrew McLachlan - Liberal
- Don Farrell - Australian Labor Party
- Barbara Pocock - The Greens
- Kerrynne Liddle - Liberal
- Jonno Duniam - Liberal
- Anne Urquhart - Australian Labor Party
- Peter Whish-Wilson - The Greens
- Helen Polley - Australian Labor Party
- Wendy Askew - Liberal
- Tammy Tyrrell - Jacqui Lambie Network
- James McGrath - Liberal National Party of Queensland
- Murray Watt - Australian Labor Party
- Matt Canavan - Liberal National Party of Queensland
- Penny Allman-Payne - The Greens
- Pauline Hanson - Pauline Hanson's One Nation
- Anthony Chrisholm - Australian Labor Party
New South Wales senators
- Marise Payne - Liberal
- Deborah O'Neill - Australian Labor Party
- Ross Cadell - The Nationals
- Jenny McAllister - Australian Labor Party
- David Shoebridge - The Greens
- Jim Molan - Liberal
- Sarah Henderson - Liberal
- Linda White - Australian Labor Party
- Bridget McKenzie - Nationals
- Jana Stewart - Australian Labor Party
- Lidia Thorpe - The Greens
- Ralph Babet - United Australia Party
Western Australian senators
- Sue Lines - Australian Labor Party
- Michaelia Cash - Liberal
- Glenn Searle - Australian Labor Party
- Dean Smith - Liberal
- Dorinda Cox - The Greens
- Fatima Payman - Australian Labor Party