At least one bookmaker has declared the Federal election over with sportsbet.com.au paying out on a coalition victory.
Nine days before the September 7 poll, the company said it had paid out more than $1.5 million in bets to its members.
The agency has the coalition at $1.03 favourites - as short as Black Caviar during her unbeaten run. Labor is at $11.50.
"As far as Sportsbet's betting markets are concerned, the Abbotts can start packing up their belongings ahead of their imminent move to Kirribilli House," Sportsbet spokesman Haydn Lane said.
"The coalition are now into Black Caviar-like odds to win the election."
While the company believes there's no chance of the coalition losing, it won't be a landslide victory.
It has the coalition in front in 90 electorates with Labor in front in 56.
Bob Katter is favourite to retain his seat as is Tasmanian independent Andrew Wilkie.
Two seats are too close to call - Lyons in Tasmania and Lingiari in the Northern Territory. Both are held by the ALP.
"According to the individual electorate markets, the Coalition are favoured to win 34 more seats than Labor," Mr Lane said.
"While we believe the electorate markets were accurate when opened in January, punters have now had seven months to sort them out so they should be a reliable indicator of what will transpire on election day."
Despite paying out on a coalition victory, punters can still put money on the party to win.
The payout applies to all single best between before 7am Perth time today.