Make sure that your vote counts on Saturday.
To vote Greens in the Senate (the large white ballot paper) just put a ‘1’ in the box labelled ‘R THE GREENS’ above the line only. If you vote above the line, you don’t need to number any other box.
In the House of Representatives (the small green ballot paper) number your ballot as shown in this How To Vote (2.5MB pdf). You must number all boxes for your vote to be valid.
If you want to vote below the line in the Senate, you need to make sure that you number every box. You can prepare your ballot before you go into vote – use this site to see how the preferences are being distributed, and print out your Senate preferences in advance: