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Tenderers must obtain Tender documents by downloading the documents through the Buloke Shire Council eTendering system.

Tenders must be lodged as per the instructions detailed in the Tender documentation. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Late, e-mail or facsimile tenders will not be accepted.


To learn more about tendering for Council business, download the Doing Business with Local Government publication, a guide to better understand how to successfully become a supplier for local government. Buloke Shire Council is committed to the Victorian Civil Construction Industry Best Practice Guide For Tendering and Contract Management to ensure a fair and just tendering procedure for all tenderers.

e-Procurement Portal

Our e-Procurement portal is based around simplifying the tender process for both our organisation and our suppliers. As a supplier you can register free of charge to download tender documents quickly and easily.

Posted on this portal are our Requests for Quotations (RFQs), Requests for Tenders (RFTs) and Expressions of Interest (EOIs) and as a registered user you will have access to download documentation, ask questions and respond online saving you valuable time.

All users and suppliers to Buloke Shire Council are required to conduct activities in accordance to our procurement policy guidelines.

Access the portal via the link

Contract No. C67 - 2019-2020

The Buloke Shire Council invites Tenders from suitably qualified and experienced consultants for the preparation of a Conservation Management Plan that assesses the values of Direl Aboriginal Place and requirements for the management of the area (at Lake Tyrrell).

The services to be provided as part of the Conservation Management Plan include but are not limited to consultation with stakeholders (including RAP, relevant Traditional Owner groups and relevant government stakeholders), field investigation work, assessment of cultural significance, identification of land uses and issues and development of a strategic action plan.

Tender documents will be available for downloading from Wednesday 21 August 2019 at

Tenders must be submitted via Council’s e-Procurement portal which may be found at with uploads to be completed prior to the close of tenders at 2:00pm AEST Wednesday 11 September 2019. Tenderers are solely responsible for ensuring that they allow sufficient time for their submission to upload before the tender closing time.

Postal, E-mailed, Facsimiled and Late Tenders will not be accepted. The lowest or any tender may not necessarily be accepted.