The NSW premier's sister has joined the Liberals' campaign caravan just weeks after she made headlines for using the term "pubes" when responding to online trolls.
Mary Berejiklian in early February had some choice words for online trolls who posted critical comments about her sister Gladys Berejiklian.
"Grow some pubes, and then we can talk," the premier's younger sister said in reply to one comment on Instagram.
The NSW premier's big blue election bus travelled to Barangaroo on Thursday where Ms Berejiklian and Transport Minister Andrew Constance visited the site of a new metro station.
The duo inspected a tunnel boring machine which is due to start drilling under Sydney Harbour in June to link the metro rail line from the city's southwest, through the CBD to the northwest.
Infrastructure and jobs are the key themes for the coalition's second last day of campaigning ahead of Saturday's election.
The premier also boasted about her government's projects during a visit to a steelworks factory in the western Sydney electorate of Londonderry.
"The government's infrastructure pipeline is supporting businesses, employing people and creating jobs," she told reporters at the St Marys site.
The Londonderry electorate is held by Labor MP Prue Car by a margin of 8.8 per cent.
The premier subsequently visited Penrith Public School with Education Minister Rob Stokes to inspect the school's $10 million upgrade.
The school is within the Penrith electorate which is held by Liberal MP and Western Sydney Minister Stuart Ayres with a 6.2 per cent margin.
Australian Associated Press