Wild dogs are a significant issue across much of Australia, impacting livestock and native fauna and restricting production options across many areas, particularly the rangelands.
This procurement covers the manufacture, supply and delivery of materials to nominated warehouse locations (or possible alternative if accepted), necessary to erect an exclusion fence for Wild Dogs. Locations of warehouse facilities may include Broken Hill, Bourke, Walgett, Mungindi and other suitable locations.
The Dog Fence protects far western areas of the state from wild dogs and currently runs for approximately 583km across the NSW/SA and NSW/QLD border. This fence is part of a national fence which extends into SA and QLD. The NSW Government has committed to extending the existing Dog Fence for a further 742km and has provided funding for the Wild Dog Fence Extension (WDFE) project. The Soil Conservation Service (SCS) is the project owner and is responsible for fence construction works.
Additional Details / Instructions
Briefing session - Video conferencing
Supplier briefing session rescheduled to 18 Feb 2020 @ 10:00am - download document for more information on how to REGISTER.
Address for Lodgement
Estimated Timeframe for Delivery
The construction project will begin 1 July 2020 and is targeted for completion 30 June 2022.