Tenders provide a great avenue to win new business internationally.
Below is a list of the key tender portals in Australia and New Zealand where you can search and apply for various open tenders.
On some portals it is a requirement for companies to register their business before they can apply or be considered for a tender. Registration procedures and costs vary between each portal.
Important Note: In Australia, some Government tenders require companies to have a local registered Australian Business Number (ABN) to be eligible to apply. This means that international companies must either set up a local entity (i.e. Subsidiary Office), work with a local Australian partner or else miss out.
|Australia||NSW||Link||Online portal for past, current & future tenders in NSW.|
|Australia||NSW||Link||Online portal for all NSW Government ICT tenders created to ensure the NSW Government harnesses new innovations.|
|Australia||VIC||Link||Online portal for past, current & future tenders in Victoria.|
|Australia||QLD||Link||Online portal for past, current & future Government tenders in Queensland.|
|Australia||QLD||Link||Accreditation program for ICT suppliers wishing to be considered for Queensland Government work.|
|Australia||SA||Link||Online portal for past, current & future tenders in South Australia.|
|Australia||NT||Link||Online portal for past, current & future tenders in the Northern Territory.|
|Australia||WA||Link||Online portal for past, current & future Government tenders in Western Australia.|
|Australia||TAS||Link||Online portal for past, current & future tenders in Tasmania.|
|Australia||ACT||Link||Online portal for past, current & future Government tenders in the ACT.|
|Australia||All States||Link||Portal of Australian Government business opportunities, annual procurement plans, multi-use lists and contracts awarded.|
|New Zealand||All NZ||Link||Online portal for current New Zealand government tender opportunities|
|Australia||All States||Link||The Digital Marketplace is an online procurement platform that makes it easier for all levels of government and digital businesses to work together.|