Purchase Orders, Tax Invoices & Payments
Mornington Peninsula Shire's procurement practices require a purchase order for payment.
This means the procurement of all goods and services must be based on a purchase order first being issued to suppliers prior to the delivery of goods, services or works.
For further details, please see our full Terms and Conditions of Purchase Order(PDF, 248KB)
Tax Invoices and Payments
Our standard terms for payment are 30 days from the date of a valid invoice.
To streamline your payment and avoid delays, please ensure:
- a correct and current purchase order number is stated on your valid tax invoice
- the valid tax invoice matches the amount authorised by the purchase order
- the goods/services have already been supplied / received by the Shire
Please send invoices to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tax invoices received from a supplier that do not clearly state a purchase order number, provided by Mornington Peninsula Shire, will be returned to the supplier for correction.
Our preferred method of payment is electronic funds transfer. We will forward a remittance advice by email on the day payment is transferred to your bank account.