Spatial Source releases free tender service for Australasia

By on 31 August, 2016

Spatial Source’s tender service for Australasia is now available to all free newsletter subscribers.


Spatial Source’s tender service has for over six years provided premium subscribers in the surveying and spatial sector with the easiest method to find government contracts across Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia and the Pacific Islands.

In order to add value for all Spatial Source readers, the tender service is now available to all newsletter subscribers.

Each week, Spatial Source personnel trawl through extensive government tender websites to handpick relevant tenders for the industry. Over the 2015-2016 financial period, over 500 tenders were compiled and summarised to ensure readers did not miss key contracts.

To access the free tender service, make sure you are subscribed to Spatial Source. Each week when you are sent the Spatial Source newsletter you will be provided with a tender hyperlink. Here you will find the latest relevant tenders across Australasia.


Tenders are accessed in the weekly Spatial Source newsletter by clicking the tender button highlighted in red above.


These include tenders as diverse as cadastral surveys and virtual reality mapping- all of them having a spatial or surveying dimension. Each tender is coupled with a URL to the original government post or contact details about where you can find out more information.

Save time searching for tenders by subscribing to Spatial Source.


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