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Pools will only open if forecast BOM temperature is 25°C or higher for Sale at 4.30pm on the day prior.
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*NOTICE: Due to necessary works the Sale Toddler Pool opens Friday 27 November 2020 and the Sale 50m Outdoor Pool opens Friday 4 December 2020.

Wellington Shire Council utilise the eProcure platform to manage Tenders.

Current Tender opportunities may be viewed on the eProcure platform.

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Registering for a Tender

Wellington Shire Council use an external eTendering site to provide suppliers with easy access to a range of tendering services associated with our tendering program. This site also provides suppliers with the ability to download relevant documents and submit information online.

Wellington Shire Council advertises and releases tenders on the eProcure platform as its preferred provider for eTendering solutions. Opportunities are also published in the appropriate and relevant newspapers.

Registration is free. Please ensure your company's details are correct and maintained. All tender communication is via this portal and each tender forum.

All tender submissions must be lodged electronically through the eProcure portal. Late and hardcopy submissions will not be accepted.

For all eProcure issues please contact on 1800 377 628.

Tender Process

Legislation requires a public tender for the purchase of all goods, services and works for which the estimated expenditure exceeds $150,000 for goods or services, or $200,000 for contracts for the carrying out of works.

The Tender process is detailed below:

  1. Once documents are compiled and approval given, the tender is advertised.
  2. Tender documents are then available via Council’s Procurement Portal.
  3. Tender closes on the advertised date. All tenders must be submitted via the procurement portal no later than the time nominated.
  4. Tender evaluations are conducted.
  5. An evaluation report is compiled with recommendation.
  6. The recommendation report is submitted to Council or relevant delegated Officer for approval.
  7. The successful and unsuccessful tenderers are notified of the outcome.
  8. Contracts are signed and sealed by the successful contractor and Council.
  9. A copy of the contract is returned to the successful contractor.
  10. Contract works/services are conducted.

Approved Contractor Registration

We use the Rapid system for contractors to register their health and safety information to become an Approved Contractor to Council.

To register, contractors must complete the Approved Contractor Registration Form.

Existing contractors may login through the My Rapid Portal login page.

Invoicing and Payments

Suppliers should quote a purchase order or contract number on invoice or payment may be delayed. A purchase order number can be obtained from the Officer requesting the goods or services.

If a tax invoice is delivered with the goods, or handed to a Council Officer, there can be no guarantee that the invoice will reach the Accounts Payable Section which may result in delayed payment of the invoice. Suppliers can email their tax invoice to accountspayable@wellington.vic.gov.au and the invoice must include:

  • ABN
  • GST price and GST amount
  • The words ‘tax invoice’ on the page
  • Date of issue
  • Item description
  • Purchase Order Number/Contract Number
  • Name of council employee or contact for services or goods

Note: Our standard payment terms for accounts are 30 days from the date of the invoice. Our preferred method of payment is electronic funds transfer, which is done on a fortnightly basis.

Best Practice Guide

The Victorian Civil Construction Industry 'Best Practice Guide for Tendering and Contract Management' establishes high and significant benchmarks for best practice tendering and contract management within the civil construction and maintenance industry.

Click on this link to download a copy of the Best Practice Guide document.

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Documents Available for Public Inspection

Council maintain a range of documents and registers for public inspection in accordance with the Local Government Act 1989 and the Local Government (General) Regulations 2004 - these are shown below.


Note: The Auditors Report is incorporated within the Annual Report.

The documents below can also be viewed at our Sale or Yarram Service Centres.

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In addition, the following documents are also available for public inspection at the Sale Service Centre:

  • Authorised Officers
  • Council Meeting Agendas and Minutes
  • Councillor Code of Conduct
  • Councillor Reimbursement Policy
  • Delegations
  • Election Campaign Donation Returns Register
  • List of all Leases
  • List of Donations and Grants
  • Procurement Policy
  • Record of Assembly of Councillors
  • Register of Interests Travel Register
  • Details of Chief Executive Officer reappointment and total remuneration

To arrange an inspection, please contact Council.

Annual Report

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Council Budget

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Council Plan and Vision

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Council Strategies and Plans

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Thursday, October 22, 2020
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18 Desailly Street (PO Box 506)
Sale VIC 3850
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156 Grant Street
Yarram VIC 3971
Operating Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10.00am - 2.00pm (Closed Wednesday)
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