Well, today's the day.
At 10:00am AEDT we'll finally find out for sure how Australia feels about same-sex marriage.
Will the polls be right or are we in for a shock?
We asked you for your predictions and here's what you told us.
Some of you are convinced it will definitely, probably be a Yes
"Feeling nervous, really hoping yes wins!" — Nicola F
"I'm quite apprehensive about the outcome, this is a chance for Australia to move forward with the rest of the world, however, it could also result in a major blow for human rights. I believe the vote will turn out Yes. The turnout has been strong, and enough major coverage has been garnered by that side of the debate. It would've been able to swing quite a few voters over" — Anthony J
But many of you are worried about the politics that will come after
"I need the result to be Yes, because I don't know how to comfort the people I love if it's a No, and that's terrifying" — Lucy C
"Survey will likely say Yes! Big question is what this means for our embattled PM. Can he do it? In the face of far right opposition?" — Rohan M
"The inevitable is upon us: love always wins. Now it's just up to the Government to honour the will of the people" — Rob O
"Excited and relieved that [Australia] will say Yes. But I'm quite concerned that we're about to see more hits to our protection laws that cover protecting your sexual preference, gender, race and religion. There's a lot of vulnerability in our community" — Laura W
"It will be a Yes win, but I don't think we will have SSM before 2018" — David W
"I usually adore voting results day for elections, but today I'm feeling anxious, because no matter what the results are, we're still going to find out that a percentage of Australians genuinely don't believe that the LGBTQI community should have equal rights to other Australians. In addition this is only the beginning of the journey to marriage equality. Unlike a normal election or referendum result, today's results are only a stepping stone toward the Government actually making marriage equality a reality and I feel like we still have some horrid debate about the LGBTQI people and their families and loved ones in front of us — Avril K
Or are annoyed by the politics we've seen already
"I am horrified that there are politicians who are choosing to think that me sending a vote in somehow validates their bastardisation of our parliamentary process. But I hope with all my heart that the vote returns a yes and that the smith bill passes as soon as possible so that everyone can enjoy the pride and joy I felt when I walked up the isle to my now husband" — Dunja L
Others say we could be in for Brexit and Trump moment
"Bracing myself for another Brexit or Trump 'shock', but hoping I'm proved wrong" — Asher M
"I'm fearful we're on approach to another Brexit or Trump … surprise! People aren't as people-y as you thought they were!" — Lauren A
Some say they believe people will stick to the scripture
"I have nothing but love for those who choose to live alternative lifestyles, but I believe the Bible when it says it is scripturally wrong" — Susan G
"Man created from the image of God, and woman came from the ribs of man. God created Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve — Ellen Marie L
And others just want the whole thing to be over
"I just want it to be over" — Elizabeth S
"I'll cry either way. I just want it to be over. This is a hard time to be LGBTQIA+" — Jesse J-P