The Greens' candidate for Wannon, Tim Emanuelle believes people are increasingly turning away from the old parties because the Greens are providing them with a real alternative.
"People are increasingly turning away from the relentless negativity of the old parties and finding in the Greens a voice that will stand up for people and the environment," he said.
Mr Emanuelle said the Greens had a strong record of standing up for what matters.
"Our bill to give firefighters better access to healthcare was passed unanimously in 2011," he said.
"The Greens also believe that going to the dentist should be just like going to the doctor, and have a fully costed plan to bring dental care into Medicare within five years.
"We've already delivered the first phase, which means that from January 1 next year 10,300 families in Wannon will be able to take their kids to the dentist and claim it on Medicare."
Mr Emanuelle said the Greens had also achieved $10 billion for renewable energy with the drop in emissions and growth in jobs as a result providing huge benefits for Wannon in to the future.
He said the Greens would also continue to lobby for a $50 per week increase to Newstart.
"If you're tired of the negativity, tired of the cruelty and cuts to services proposed by both of the old parties, there's one party that will stand up for what matters."