Helen Haines and Kevin Mack have each been awarded $10,080 for the number of votes they received in the election.
The Border independents were among 34 candidates and 24 political parties included on the Australian Electoral Commission's list on Friday of automatic payments.
It was made to candidates and parties who receive at least 4 per cent of the first-preference vote.
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Candidate can make further claims for "electoral expenditure", which will be calculated based on their first-preference votes.
As it stands, Dr Haines has 32,664 votes or 32.35 per cent of Indi's first preferences and Mr Mack 19,926 votes or 20.49 per cent of Farrer's first preferences.
The final figures will be revealed on November 4.
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