The result of the re-run of the Western Australian Senate election is now final, with the Liberal Party winning three seats and the ALP winning just one.
One position was taken by Zhenya Wang of the Palmer United Party, taking its Senate numbers to three.
The Greens Senator Scott Ludlam was re-elected.
Western Australia joins South Australia in electing only one senator out of six available positions. This is the first time one of the major parties has failed to win two positions since proportional voting was introduced at the 1949 elections.