Tenders & Procurement

Lachlan Shire Council has established an e-Tendering website (Tenderlink) to provide Council suppliers easy access to a range of tendering services associated with Council's tendering program. Register your details and establish profiles to automatically receive information on Requests for Tender (RFT), Expressions of Interest (EOI) and Requests for Quotation (RFQ) as they become available.

Current Quotes - Not listed on Tenderlink

Q2024-16 Supply & Delivery of Light Fleet Vehicles

Quotations are invited to replace the following vehicles. The vehicles being replaced will be available for inspection at Councils works depot, 2 Bathurst Street, Condobolin, on Friday 7 June 2024 between the hours of 11.00am until 3.00pm. Vehicles are being offered for trade in and/or separately for purchase:

  1. Fleet no. 1781 - 2017 Hyundai Imax.
  2. Fleet no. 1856 – 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe.
  3. Fleet no. 1886 – 2022 Ford Ranger XL Super Cab.
  4. Fleet no. 1888 – 2022 Toyota Prado GX.
  5. Fleet no. 1897 – 2022 Toyota Prado GX.
  6. Fleet no. 1899 2022 Toyota RAV 4 Hybrid.
  7. Fleet no. 1905 – 2022 Ford Ranger XL Dual Cab.
  8. Fleet no. 1918 – 2023 Ford Ranger XLT Dual Cab.

Information regarding the conditions of this Request for Quotes can be found here(DOCX, 146KB)

Vehicle specifications and Quotation Forms can be downloaded here(XLSX, 44KB)

If you have enquiries regarding this Request for Quotes or need printed copies of the documents, please contact Greg Nagle or the Manager Urban Works on 02 6895 1900.

Quotes close at 2.00pm Friday 14 June 2024.

Envelopes and cover letters (if applicable) must be labelled “Quote Q2024/16 Light Vehicles”

Current Tenders - Listed on Tenderlink 

 There are currently no tenders.

Expressions of Interest 


Lachlan Shire Council is calling for Expressions of Interest (EOI) to establish a panel of trade subcontractors and suppliers to complete the construction of a new Works Depot in Condobolin.

Successful applicants will be invited by the Construction Manager to price particular components of the work to be carried out. Assessment of prices will be administered by the Construction Manager in accordance with Council’s Procurement Policy FIN008 and Local Preference Purchasing Policy GEN005. 

It is anticipated that the work will be carried out between September 2024 and August 2025.

EOI documents(PDF, 1MB) are available in digital format by contacting Carolyne Marchant, Administration Assistant: email carolyne.marchant@lachlan.nsw.gov.au or phone (02) 6895 1900 between 8:30am and 4:30pm Monday to Friday. 

EOI must be submitted in accordance with the requirements set out in the EOI documentation and received by Council no later than 4:00pm Monday, 24 June 2024. 


Tender Submissions Received 

T2023/19 - Project Management for NSW Natural Disaster Restoration of Essential Public Assets

Tender submissions closed on the 2 November 2023 . The below businesses entered submissions:

- Lackon Pty Ltd

- Mike Brearley Consultants

- Orion Consulting Engineers Pty Ltd

- Saba Civil Management & Consultancy Pty Ltd

- Shepherd Services Pty Ltd

- Talis Constultants

T2023/20 - Sprayed Bitumous Surfaces

Tender submissions closed on the 3 November 2023 . The below businesses entered submissions:

- All Pavement Solutions Pty Ltd

- Bitupave Ltd T/A Boral Asphalt

- Country Wide Asphalt Pty Ltd

- Fulton Hogan Industries Pty Ltd

- Roadworx Surfacing Pty Ltd

- RPQ Spray Seal Pty Ltd

- State Asphalt Services Pty Ltd

T2023/15 - Lachlan Sewer Pump Station Augmentation

Tender submissions closed on the 13 November 2023 . The below businesses entered submissions:

- Trazlbat Pty Ltd

- TWS Evolution


Tenders Recently Awarded 

There are currently no recently awarded tenders.


Contract Register

In accordance with Section 27 of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA), Council is required to maintain a register that records information about  each government contract which has (or is likely to have) a value of $150,000 or more.


Contracts that must be included in the government contracts register are those:
Between an agency and a private sector contractor for a value of $150,000 or more, and involve:
  • The contractor undertaking a specific project such as construction, infrastructure or property development
  • The contractor agreeing to provide specific goods or services
  • The transfer or lease of real property.

Employment contracts do not need to be included in the register.

Contract Register as of 21/01/2024(PDF, 439KB)


Tenders FAQs

How can I obtain Tender Document(s)?

Tender documents can be obtained by downloading through Lachlan Shire Council’s e-Tendering website

Can I lodge my Submission via Email?

Council does not accept submissions via email. Options for lodgement of tenders are: 
  • The electronic tender box at Tenderlink; or
  • Place hard copy tenders, quotations or Expression of Interest (EOI) in a sealed package(s) with the title and tender, quotation or EOI number, in the tender box. Lachlan Shire Council, 58-64 Molong Street, CONDOBOLIN NSW 2877

    Can I Lobby Councillors and Staff?

    No. It is not permitted and may result in disqualification from the tender process.

    Do I need an ABN?

    All individuals and organisations lodging tenders with Council for provision of materials, equipment or services must have an Australian Business Number (ABN), and must be registered for goods and services tax. All submissions must clearly state the submitter’s ABN.
    You can apply for an ABN online.

    Do I have to answer all the Questions?

    Yes you must try to answer every question. Some questions are marked mandatory.  If you do not answer those questions your tender will automatically be considered non-compliant.

    Is there an opportunity to negotiate the contract if I am awarded the tender?

    There is no opportunity to negotiate the contract after the tender has been accepted. If you wish to offer alternative terms they must be submitted in full as part of your tender. These may not be accepted.

    What is Best Value?

    Council will base procurement decisions on a principle of “value for money” rather than “lowest costs”. The organisation will also give preference to, and purchase, environmentally performing products that are cost competitive, and organisations that operate in an environmentally responsible manner.