Tenders and EOIs

We have the following tenders and expressions of interest available.

Request for Tender - Design and Construction of 4 x 2 Bedroom Homes, Jerilderie

Tenders are invited from suitably qualified persons or firms for the design and construction of 4 x 2 bedroom homes within Wunnamurra Estate, Jerilderie.  

A detailed scope of works and attachments are available upon request to Emma Bryce  E:  emmab@murrumbidgee.nsw.gov.au  or on the below links:

Request for Tender Bunyola Boulevard Jerilderie
Lot 74 Bunyola Boulevard Jerilderie - Site Classification Report
Lot 75 Bunyola Boulevard Jerilderie - Site Classification Report
Wunnamurra Estate - Stage 2 - Deposited Plan
Wunnamurra Estate - Stage 2 Plan

Tenders close 4.00 pm Wednesday 26 June 2024.

Drought Resilience Plan for the Western Riverina

Griffith City Council, Leeton Shire Council, Murrumbidgee Council and Narrandera Shire Council have formed a consortium to prepare a joint Drought resilience plan for the Western Riverina.

The Program requires an independent consultant(s) to develop a Regional Drought Resilience Plan that meets the listed objectives to produce the required deliverables within the available funding.

The successful consultant will:

• Address the core objectives, linked to the key deliverables for this project, and identify specific actions required to investigate and alleviate the impacts of future droughts in the region. This will include, but not be limited to, identifying future actions that address the negative impacts of previous droughts on the community, economy and infrastructure within the region.

• Acknowledge that the Murrumbidgee and Coleambally Irrigation Areas hold a pivotal role in water and environmental policy, emphasising drought-protective and sustainable practices. Given the evolving climate variability and changing operational conditions in the Murrumbidgee region the consultant will evaluate how these factors influence water availability, usage patterns, and resilience to drought. This assessment will provide valuable insights for crafting strategies to enhance water allocation, sharing mechanisms, and drought planning tailored to the Murrumbidgee and Coleambally Irrigation Areas.

• Conduct a comprehensive assessment focusing on water management practices and challenges specific to this region to incorporate the Murrumbidgee and Coleambally Irrigation Areas (a part of the Murray Irrigation Area). This assessment will include analysing the impact of ongoing water buybacks, as outlined by the Australian Government in the Murray-Darling Basin Plan on the Murrumbidgee and Coleambally Irrigation Areas. The evaluation will include an assessment of past water recovery initiatives to understand their implications on local water users and the environment.

• Explore opportunities to enhance water efficiency, promote sustainable practices, and bolster resilience in irrigation within this area.

Closing 26 April 2024 at 2 pm. More information