Requests for Tenders (RFT), Expressions of Interest (EOI), Requests for Quotation (RFQ) and Requests for Information (RFI) are published here.
Tenderers should note that the legal entity that they will be dealing with under these agreements is the Museums Board of Victoria trading as Museum Victoria. Museum Victoria contracts only with recognised and acceptable legal entities having appropriate financial assets. Tenders will not be considered from entities such as a business name, trust, business trading under a trust agreement or sole trader (unless the latter is exempt because of the specified services).
Museum Victoria is custodian of the state's vast and priceless Science, History and Technology, and Indigenous Cultures collections. Museum Victoria works to ensure that these collections are housed and displayed in the best possible conditions and that its exhibitions are presented in first-class and flexible environments. Some 16 million catalogued objects are housed and displayed across Museum Victoria's campuses, which comprise:
- Melbourne Museum and the historic Royal Exhibition Building in Carlton Gardens, located on the northern edge of Melbourne's central business district
- Scienceworks, including the Melbourne Planetarium and historic Pumping Station, located in Spotswood
- Moreland Annexe in Coburg
- Immigration Museum in the Old Customs House in Flinders Street, Melbourne