Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has released a video showing him answering a national postal survey in favour of same-sex marriage.
Turnbull posted the short clip, which appears to have been filmed in a kitchen, on Twitter on Saturday afternoon.
In the video, Turnbull appears alongside his wife Lucy and says he has answered 'Yes' because it's fair.
Lucy and I are voting YES because it's fair. Make sure you have your say too by returning your survey form. pic.twitter.com/6xhaDYC7pQ— Malcolm Turnbull (@TurnbullMalcolm) September 23, 2017
"It's important that everybody has their say," Turnbull says.
The video, released amid ongoing controversies related to the postal survey, also shows the pair walking to a post box to send off a completed form.
The release of the footage comes on the same day as opponents of same-sex marriage rally in Sydney, while those in favour of marriage equality are door knocking across the country.
The coalition has implemented the $122 million postal survey as a way to decide the gay marriage question and has been heavily criticised by Labor and the Greens for not simply voting on the issue in parliament.
Correction: An earlier version of this story referred the same-sex marriage survey as a "vote". In fact, it is a non-binding, non-compulsory postal survey.