Australian & NZ Tender Portals

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.

Country State Website Description
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.