Update: 4:02PM ALL Australians living in Fiji are encouraged to cast their vote ahead of the Australian federal election this Saturday.
A statement issued from the Australian High Commission in Suva said the polls opened at the commission last week and would remain open until 4pm this Friday.
And eligible Australians have been invited to go to the commission at Princes Road between 9am and 12.30pm or 1.30pm and 4pm, any day this week. The commission will not open on Saturday, the actual Election Day in Australia.
The High Commission in Suva is one of the 102 Australian diplomatic missions around the world where Australian voters living, working or travelling abroad can vote, in person.
Acting high commissioner Glenn Miles said more than a hundred Australians visited the High Commission to cast their vote.
"We encourage all Australians to come to the High Commission in Suva to cast their vote this year, before the office closes on Friday afternoon," Mr Miles said.
"We're proud to be a part of this year's election and hope all eligible Australians to make the most of this opportunity to participate in the election.