Mount Alexander Shire Council

This e-tendering website provides a web-based tool that enables Mount Alexander Shire Council to request quotes and tenders from suppliers for the provision of goods, services and works to Council.

It provides a simple, secure and efficient means for managing tendering activities and quotations.

In order to respond to a tender you must first register. Registration is free.

Supplier Instructions

Responding to a Document Upload Requirement

Please Note: Quotation and tender submissions must be submitted electronically using the TenderSearch e-tender portal. Council no longer have a physical tender box and will not accept physical quotation and tender submissions.

Please contact eProcure on 1800 377 628 if you experience any difficulties logging on or downloading any documents from this site. Please direct all Tender questions through the "Question Forum" once you have logged in.

Disclaimer - Submitters must not use or rely on plans or drawings obtained directly or indirectly via electronic transmission as they may note be accurately reproduced, this includes without limitation plans or drawings from this internet site.

A hard copy of any relevant plans or drawings for Tenders or Quotations can be obtained by contacting the Procurement Unit of Mount Alexander Shire Council on 03 5471 1700 or by collection in person from Council's Civic Centre, Corner Lyttleton and Lloyd Streets, Castlemaine.

Public Opportunities

  • External Project Manager - Castlemaine and Campbells Creek Levee Banks

    Tender # M1504-2020 | Closing: 19/06/2020 2:00:00 PM AEST | Released: 30/05/2020 5:00:00 AM AEST | Type: RFT

    Mount Alexander Shire Council (MASC) is seeking the services of a highly skilledproject manager to undertake any and all activities necessary (including approvals,resolution of land access issues and consultation) to prepare the Castlemaine andCampbells Creek levee banks for


  • Accessibility and Inclusion Implementation, Castlemaine

    Tender # M1507-2020Q | Closing: 12/06/2020 2:00:00 PM AEST | Released: 19/05/2020 11:01:03 PM AEST | Type: RFQ

    In 2018 Council’s Access and Inclusion Survey identified wayfinding as a barrier to accessibility for segments of the community.  In response to concerns the maintenance and upgrade of Tactile Ground Surface Indicators (TGSIs) in the Castlemaine Towns Centre has