Tenders and Contracts

Tenders and Expressions of Interest

The Process

  • Responses are sought
  • Submissions will be evaluated with a view to establishing a short list of potential respondents
  • A panel of Council officers will interview short-listed respondents to ascertain suitability
  • Council will then nominate the preferred respondent
  • The evaluation process will initially include consideration of the respondent’s responses to the questions asked in the Tender or Expression of Interest (EOI) brief.

Note: Hunters Hill has also adopted a Code of Conduct with the aim of ensuring that its functions are undertaken efficiently, impartially and with integrity.

How to submit Tenders and Expressions of Interest (EOI)

Hunters Hill Tenders and EOIs are advertised in print, on Council’s website and electronically via Council’s E-Tendering System, Tenderlink.

In order to be able to access Tenders in this system, you must first be a registered Supplier. Register and follow the prompts.

Once you are registered, you will be guided through the process of applying and lodging submissions to council for Tenders and EOIs.

Current Tenders and EOIs

Please see Tenderlink for any current tenders and EOIs below. Documents can be downloaded from Tenderlink, via the NSROC Portal.

Number:   Name:  Description: Closing date: 
C2024-25-45907 CONSTRUCTION OF WORKS DEPOT BORONIA PARK, HUNTERS HILL Council is seeking tenders from suitably qualified and experienced parties for the construction of a new Works Depot and Office Upgrade at Boronia Park, Hunters Hill. Upon completion, the project will provide new office space for Council's outdoor crew and new storage spaces for all outdoor operations.
18/7/2024 - 2pm


Access to Information

The NSW Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 requires all local councils to publish their contracts valued over $150,000; Current contract and lease information is available under the Information and Privacy section of this website.

Statement of Business Ethics

Council’s tender process is in accordance with the Local Government Act 1993 and the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005.

Tender applicants are reminded that canvassing or lobbying Councillors or Council staff, in relation to any aspect of the tender, will automatically disqualify the Tenderer from the tender process.

All tenders are required to comply with the requirements of Council’s Code of Conduct and Procurement and Contract Management Policy(PDF, 1MB).