Opposition Leader Tony Abbott says he is offering Australia "new hope", if the coalition wins the September election.
Mr Abbott also repeated his policy on the carbon tax, mining tax and asylum seeker boat arrivals.
"Within a few months the carbon tax will be gone, within a few months the mining tax will be gone, the boats will be stopped," he told reporters on Wednesday.
"Our first priority in terms of the budget is to ensure that the country is living within its means."
While visiting an electronics business in Melbourne, Mr Abbott was asked about the Labor government's poor performance in the polls, which point to a coalition victory.
He said Labor wasn't focused on governing but on bringing down Prime Minister Julia Gillard.
"What is happening in the Labor party at the moment has nothing to do with the Australian people and everything to do with the faceless men who run the Labor party," he said.
Asked about the decision by the Australian Greens to sever their political partnership with the government, Mr Abbott said nothing had really changed.
"The only way to get rid of the Labor-Green alliance is to change the government," he said.
The federal election will be held on September 14.
"I do offer the people of Australia new hope," Mr Abbott said.