Selling to Council

Brisbane City Council generally purchases goods, services and works via quotes and tenders. Use the guidelines and frequently asked questions to help download and submit a tender.

Email alerts

Find out how to register for email alerts of upcoming tenders.

tender opportunities

Access the Supplier Portal

The Supplier Portal provides details of current tenders and quotes, tender conditions, contracts, lodgement details and notifications. You can also register to receive email notifications of tenders advertised by Council. 

For help responding to an RFx, refer to Supplier Portal resources.

Selling your products and services to Council

There are a number of ways for you to maximise your chances of successfully winning a tender and selling your products or services to Council.

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Tender opportunities

Current tenders are listed online. To view tender details and submit responses you will need to register for the Supplier Portal. View closed tenders and awarded contracts.


Lodge an innovative Better Brisbane Proposal

Do you have a Better Brisbane Proposal? Council is open to collaborating on any idea that helps make Brisbane even better. 

Social enterprise opportunities

Council supports new and emerging social enterprises and community organisations and regularly invites them to tender for goods and services. 

How Council buys

Find out how Council makes its decisions when purchasing goods, services and works. 

Access and submit tenders

Information on how to register for the Supplier Portal and how to access and submit your own tenders.


Information including tips, frequently asked questions, terms used in tenders and useful links.

Supplier Portal online training

Learn how to navigate the Supplier Portal, including how to register and set up your account, how to access tenders and submit a tender response. 

Frequently asked questions - tenders

Frequently asked questions and answers to help you when selling a product or service to Council. 

Common terms used

Council tender processes use a common set of names and terms. To better understand them, read the definitions of the common terms used.

Tender process

Understand the complete tender process.

Tender guidelines

Follow the guidelines to help you prepare and submit your tender.

More information

For further assistance phone Council's Business Hotline 133 BNE (133 263) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.