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How to Get a Quote

Open up any of the dLook category pages via our home page category links or by entering a search word, area or distance. You may then refine the area of interest for products or services on the Category Page by entering more details in the search system top Search Bar. To get closer vendors you can enter your postcode/suburb in the Where box and then where you wish to seek quotes from in the How Far search radius box. Thus if you were seeking services or products within a city or town, select an approximate radial distance, if over 200Km then select State and Interstate select National.

Staying on the category page in the top left corner of each of the shortlisted results is a tick box. Just select one or more of the vendors (max 5) you would like to send a free quote request to and once you have selecting then press Quote Me!

Next you'll see "Request Free Quote" form. Here you will see a list of all the vendors selected with short descriptions. At this point you can again refine your vendor selection in Step 1 but normally you should just go to Step 2 and fill out your details as requested and enter your quote request clearly written with your contact details as this will be sent off to the selected businesses via email. If you wish to receive a copy of each email sent for your records then tick the email box Email me a copy of this request. A copy will be sent to you for your own records if you tick the request box and dLook will forward the individual quote requests to each selected vendor who can now separately reply to your private free quote request.

To ensure a timely response nominate your quote expiry time to let the business know how long they have to respond.

Once you have completed your details and the description of the service or product requested you can click on the Send my Quote Request button and quote requests will be sent to each vendor selected.

QuoteMe™ is an easy to use quote system and is offered as a free service for all dLook users - however, dLook are unable to ensure that all quotation requests will be answered by the vendor.


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Western Australia Local Council Guide

A WA Gov Directory of ALL WA Local Councils
Perth WA  6000

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  The State Local Government Council:

  • receives reports on partnerships registered with Partnership Steering Group;
  • addresses issues that may arise from the implementation of agreements.
  • addresses strategic issues relating to the relationship between State and Local Government.

It comprises the:

  • Premier;
  • Treasurer;
  • Minister for Local Government;
  • Minister for Planning and Infrastructure;
  • President of Western Australian Local Government Association (WALGA);
  • President of the Local Government Managers Australia (LGMA) and
  • Other Ministers as required.


The Department provides support and advisory services to 142 local governments, including those in the Indian Ocean Territories.

These services are available to approximately 1350 elected members, senior staff of local government and members of the public and are targeted at improving the capacity of local governments to respond to community demands and expectations while at the same time improving levels of accountability and legislative compliance.



Local Government Organisations

Trading Hours for Western Australia Local Council Guide:

Monday to Friday

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