The Australian Electoral Commission has paid out more than $40,000 to political parties that stood for Riverina in last month's federal election.
Every candidate who secured more than four per cent of the primary vote was automatically eligible for $10,080 in Commonwealth funding, with further payouts being tied to campaign spending.
All four Riverina candidates received more than that vote share, The Greens being lowest at 6.2 per cent.
The National Party, Labor and the United Australia Party will also receive taxpayer funding for their campaigns in the Riverina.
The Riverina parties were among 34 independent candidates and 24 political parties across Australia included on the Commission's list on Friday of automatic payments.
In Farrer, independents Helen Haines and Kevin Mack have each been awarded $10,080 for the number of votes they received in the election.