I guess we're lucky in that regard, we only get a few months to ponder who the next dictator beloved emperor will be...
So our NBN will continued to be implemented with 2nd rate technology, public education, social services and health systems* will have funding either cut or stagnated for the next 3 years, and an expected erosion of the middle class as the employment market worsens... (and the coalition plans for jobs growth policy has been attacked on many levels as either inadequate or just plain helping the rich get richer**).
* We have a (so called) universal health system in Australia, were visiting your local GP/Hospital is either free or very low cost and a lot of prescription medication is heavily subsidised by the government. Many believe that the current government (the LNP) wish to dissolve/erode these systems, so Australia moves to a more US style healthcare system. (Yep, that very system that the US wants to get away from).
** Part of the policy to assist in creating jobs has been to reduce corporate tax rates for Australia's largest companies. It's mostly feared that the tax reduction will be feed into stock dividends for shareholders rather than being used to employ more people. There are few tax concessions expected for the SMB sector (which traditionally employ 80% of the population in most countries in the world).