Bayside City Council

Welcome to Bayside City Council's e-tendering portal. This portal has been developed to improve the way Council engages with potential suppliers.

To access this system you must be a registered supplier. To register please click on the Registration button to the right and enter the required details. Registration is free.

Interested parties please note:

When registering to download documents you are not required to enter in an ABN. This field in the registration form is optional.

 You will be notified by email and issued with a password to access this portal once you have succesfully registered.

As a registered supplier, you may:

     1. receive email notification of any new opportunities that become available;

     2. view and download documentation directly from this portal;

     3. seek clarification or ask questions in relation to current opportunities; and

     4. receive addendums and other information issued in relation to current opportunities.

To learn more about Bayside City Council you may open Council's main website by clicking here.

Council is committed to ensuring high standards of probity and accountability in Council's procurement activities. To view Council's Procurement Policy please click here.

For general information on doing business with Local Government, please click here.

To view Council's standard contract terms please click here (note: these are password protected. You will need to refer to the downloaded documentation to obtain the password which will enable you to access these contract terms).

Bayside City Council invites suitable organisations to bid for the supply of goods, services or works contained within this system and listed below.


Public Opportunities

  • Measuring Community-Customer Satisfaction 2017/21

    Tender # CON1778 | Closing: 18/10/2017 2:00:00 PM AEDT | Released: 23/09/2017 7:00:00 AM AEST | Type: RFT

    Bayside City Council is seeking tenders for the design and implementation of a four-year research program to measure perception of Council’s performance and community-customer VIEW MORE