Premier Gladys Berejiklian is preparing to inject new blood into her cabinet, after two ministers quit soon after she secured a majority in NSW parliament.
The coalition was returned to power on Saturday for a third-straight term, and is on track to win 48 seats in the 93-seat lower house.
Nationals candidate Dugald Saunders was declared the winner in Dubbo by ABC election analyst Antony Green on Monday night.
It appears the Liberals will also hold onto the ultra-marginal seat of East Hills, with candidate Wendy Lindsay ahead in the latest count.
The premier on Tuesday said her task was now to put the "best team" together.
"You need a mix of experienced and new blood - that's the balance I hope to strike," Ms Berejiklian told 2GB radio on Tuesday.
"I've got a very, very strong team of people from whom to choose and that will be my biggest stress this week."
Two ministers have already announced they are stepping down from their portfolios, with NSW Nationals deputy leader and regional water minister Niall Blair announcing his decision on Sunday.
Mulgoa MP Tanya Davies confirmed she too was stepping down as Minister for Women, Mental Health and Ageing on Monday night.
It followed news that NSW Labor leader Michael Daley will stand aside from the top job following the party's poor showing in the election.
Deputy leader Penny Sharpe will be interim leader but Mr Daley has vowed to contest a leadership ballot slated for after the federal poll - due in May.
Kogarah MP Chris Minns is touted as a top contender, while frontbencher Jodi McKay is also a possible challenger.
NSW Labor executives delayed the spill until after the federal election to limit any negative impact on the federal campaign.
Labor picked up just two seats in the election - winning Coogee from the Liberals and is on track to grab Lismore, which the ABC called on Monday.
Interim leader Ms Sharpe suggested the new full-time leader would be in place by the end of June.