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One of the largest aircraft in the world has touched down at Rockhampton Airport in the lead-up to Exercise Wallaby.

The Antonov 124-100 landed at 5am today, bringing with it heavy military equipment that will be used in the exercise, run out of Shoalwater Bay military training ground from August 31.

Rockhampton Regional Council airport committee chair Neil Fisher said the renowned aircraft was contracted to the Singaporean Armed Forces and would be at the Rockhampton Airport until tomorrow morning and return again on Friday.

“The Rockhampton Airport will become an even busier hive of activity over the coming weeks – with more than 5000 Singaporean defence personnel set to arrive for the training exercise and multiple large freight and military aircrafts such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, C-130 and CH-47 Chinook on the tarmac," Cr Fisher said.

“The Antonov is one of the largest planes we have land at the Rockhampton Airport and it’s definitely a plane enthusiast's dream - being one of only eight operating in the military in the world."

Cr Fisher said the activity highlighted how well-equipped the local airport was.

“Every year, our region welcomes our international military visitors and our airport supports their elite aircraft and equipment, proving time and time again that we definitely have the capacity to manage both domestic and freight aircraft,” he said.


Heavy air traffic for Rockhampton
Upgrade to popular facility 

Contractors are  invited to tender for construction of a raised concrete walkway and scour protection at Bellenden Ker boat ramp.

Tenders close Tuesday 29 August at 2pm.

Click here for more information.


Alterations to Mossman Courthouse

Depending on requirements these goods / services specifically include:

  • Construction of two new service positions
  • Construction of internal partitionsOther associated works including floor coverings
  • Neil McMahon is the contact for technical information. He’s on (07) 3066 6060 or 0428 635 309. Hi email is 
neil.j.mcmahon@tmr.qld.gov.au

Tenders close on Thursday 31 August at 5pm.

Click here for further information.


Direct provision of pharmaceutical products

The Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service (CHHHS) is undertaking an Expression of Interest process for the provision of pharmaceutical products through a direct supply arrangement.

Through this EOI, CHHHS is looking to achieve the following:
  •        Improved provision of pharmaceutical products through a direct supply arrangemen
  •        Reduce inventory holding
  •        Direct to ward delivery of pharmaceutical products
  •        Innovative solutions that clearly identify benefits to CHHHS, patient care and/or process improvement.

The tender closes Friday, 8 September 2017 at 2:00pm.

Click here for detail.
Building and pharma tenders open in the Far North

Open government tenders in Rockhampton

Rockhampton Regional Council invites written offers for the Supply of Security Screening and Front of House Services to Rockhampton Airport.

It closes Wednesday, 13 September 2017 at 2:00pm.

Click here for detail.


The council is also inviting written offers for the Mount Archer, Fraser Park, Nurim Circuit Elevated Broadwalk.

Again, before making a decision on the offers, council may invite all persons who have submitted an offer to modify their offer to take account of a change in the specification.

Open government tenders in Rockhampton

Tenders will close Wednesday, 13 September at 2:00pm.

For more information, click here.


The Department of Education and Training (DET) is calling for submissions for the School Infrastructure  Enhancement (SIE) program.

It’s around the design and construction of:
  • enclosing Block F undercroft,
  • upgrading of the old Administration Block and Senior Learning area (1st Floor Block A), including
  • a shade structure and slab between Block E & F at Rockhampton State High School.


Tender submissions will be accepted from contractors with a minimum PQC Level 2 and a QBCC Builder’s Licence to undertake the entire scope of works.

Submissions close on Wednesday the 1 September 2017 at 3:00pm – tender responses are to be emailed in PDF format.

More detail here.
The Queensland Government is seeking proposals for alterations to Sarina Courthouse

The scope of works includes, but is not limited to:

– Construction of two new service positions

– Construction of internal partitions

– Other associated works including floor coverings

Your contact is Neil McMahon on (07) 30666060 or neil.j.mcmahon@tmr.qld.gov.au

The tenders close Friday 22 September 2017 at 5:00pm. Detail is here.




The Queensland Government is seeking proposals for a Building Contractor to undertake the Kitchen Upgrade (including replacement of a covered walkway) at Proserpine Hospital.

The project scope of Works generally incorporates (but is not limited to):

  • Demolition and refurbishment of the existing kitchen facility; and
  • Replacement of the covered walkway leading to the kitchen.
As detailed in section 5 of the RFO, a non-mandatory pre-tender meeting and site inspection will be held at 10.00am Thursday, 17 August 2017.  We appreciate registrations for attendance be submitted via email by 5.00pm Tuesday, 15 August 2017Refer RFO section 5 for full meeting details.

Note:  Wednesday, 16 August 2017 is Brisbane Show Day (public holiday) therefore any emails received this day will be responded to Thursday morning.

Tenders close Thursday 31 August 2017 at 2:00pm. More information here.
Open government tenders in the Mackay region

Mackay Regional Council is seeking tenders for suitable personnel for our Prefered Service Personnel Panel.

It’s under the Building and Construction and Maintenance Services spec.

Tenders close Tuesday, 12 September 2017 at 10:00am.

Detail on conditions of tender, tender response and pricing schedule is here.
Boyne River bar maintenance dredge

Gladstone Ports Corporation Limited is inviting submissions for the services of dredging within in the area of the mouth of the Boyne River.

Offers need to be submitted electronically via the Q-Tender website and clearly marked

Closing Time – 2:00pm Tuesday, 29 August.
Any enquiries relating to this Invitation to Tender shall be directed to Gavin Webster via Q-Tender queries.

He can be contacted on 07 49761642 and websterg@gpcl.com.au

Click here for details.


Environmental Monitoring Equipment Servicing and Maintenance

Gladstone Ports Corporation Limited (GPC) is calling for expressions of interest for Environmental Monitoring Equipment Servicing and Maintenance services which may include, but are not limited to;

  • Dust, mainly real time equipment such as TEOMs, as well as non real time equipment;
  • Stormwater, marine water, mainly real time equipment including level gauges along with the requirement of other equipment to be maintained and calibrated such as turbidity meters and multi probes; and
  • Weather stations including rain gauges.
Expressions of Interest will be evaluated in accordance with the pre-qualification questionnaire responses, prior to short listing a selected number of companies who will be formally asked to supply a proposal to GPC.

Details are here
.Gladstone Port Tenders
A sod-turning ceremony has officially launched construction on the $250 million North Queensland Stadium.

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said breaking ground was an exciting time for the Townsville community as it would unlock hundreds of jobs and flow-on benefits to the region.

“The managing contractor Watpac has worked hard to reach this significant milestone to ensure the project remains on track to deliver the stadium on time for the 2020 NRL season,” she said.

“Best of all, today we are seeing a further boost to local jobs with the award of the civil earthworks and roadworks trade package being award to local Townsville company Mendi Constructions."

Trade packages awarded to local companies to date include temporary fencing (TFH Hire Services), shade cloth provision (Advantage Signs), project surveying (Brazier Motti), dilapidation surveying (Brazier Motti) and demolition (Markwell Demolitions).

Ms Palaszczuk said one of the government’s key objectives had been to ensure the project delivers real benefits to local business and created local jobs.

“Supporting our objective is Watpac’s plan to ensure at least 80 percent of the hours spent building the stadium will be done by locals, and at least 80 per cent of the project's value being spent on local subcontractors and suppliers," she said.

“With the civil earthworks and roadworks trade package being the biggest of the early works trade packages, it is great to see this work going to a local Townsville-owned and operated business.”

The North Queensland Stadium is a joint project of the Queensland Government ($140 million), the Australian Government ($100 million), and Townsville City Council and is supported by both the National Rugby League and the North Queensland Cowboys ($10 million). The North Queensland Stadium forms part of the Townsville City Deal signed in 2016.

Image: Townsville MP Scott Stewart, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, Thurigowa MP Aaron Harper and
Mundingburra MP Coralee O'Rourke (Minister Assisting the Premier on North Queensland) at the site today.

Jobs in spades as stadium construction kicks off