Bill Shorten will visit the Tiwi Islands off Darwin as he campaigns on health care and indigenous affairs.
The Labor leader has spent the first week of the campaign targeting health spending, promising money for cancer treatment and research.
On Thursday, he will travel to Bathurst Island to continue the campaign in the Northern Territory, where he will announce a $115.1 million package that will put First Australians at the centre of decision-making.
Labor ensure Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations have a primary role in delivering culturally appropriate and regionally specific primary healthcare services, and will review their funding agreement with the Commonwealth.
"Labor believes innovative and culturally appropriate healthcare models are central to improving the health outcomes of First Australians and closing the gap," the opposition said in a statement on Thursday.
Mr Shorten had to admit to a mistake on Labor's superannuation policy, after promising on Tuesday there would be no tax increases.
On Wednesday, he said he thought he was being asked if he ruled out any further changes beyond what was already announced.
"I thought I was being asked about 'have we got any unannounced changes to superannuation'," Mr Shorten told reporters on Wednesday.
"But obviously, we have changes which we outlined three years ago, so I should have picked the words better, no question.
"We have no proposals other than what we've announced previously."
Under Labor's proposed changes, more than one million Australians could pay more tax on their super contributions.
Mr Shorten also said Labor's climate policy could benefit the economy, rather than just add costs.
"Our economy is going to grow, I don't accept the characterisation that it's a cost," he told reporters in Perth on Wednesday.
Mr Shorten was in Liberal MP Ken Wyatt's seat of Hasluck on Wednesday, as the Labor leader continues his campaign in Liberal seats.
He also addressed workers at a bus construction company in Labor MP Anne Aly's marginal seat of Cowan.
On Thursday, he will campaign in Labor MP Luke Gosling's seat of Solomon and another Labor seat, Warren Snowdon's seat of Lingiari.
Mr Shorten has spent most of the first week campaigning in Liberal-held seats in NSW, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia.
Australian Associated Press