Liberal candidate Chris Crewther will sit atop the ballot paper for the Mallee electorate in the federal election after drawing number one spot on Friday.
He will be followed by the United Australia Party's Mark Cory, the Australian Sex Party's Amy Mulcahy, Katter's Australian Party's Vince Cirillo, the Citizens Electoral Council's Chris Lahy and indpendent Allen Ridgeway.
The Green's Jane MacAllister drew seventh spot, sitting above Rise Up Australia's Tim Middleton, Family First's Neil Buller, the Nationals' Andrew Broad and Country Alliance's Michael Coldham.
Labor candidate Lydia Senior will finish the ballot.
In Wannon, Australian Christians' Therese Corbett will appear first on the ballot paper ahead of Labor's Michael Barling, the Greens' Tim Emanuelle, the Sex Party's Chris Johnson, Family First's Craig Haberfield and Liberal MP Dan Tehan.
Palmer United Party's Bradley Ferguson will sit in the final position in a eleventh hour bid for the seat.
Katter's Australian Party failed to confirm a candidate for Wannon as promised.