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Land tax assessment notices

The front page of a land tax assessment notice (View large version)

Land tax assessment notices generally begin issuing from August each year, though delays can occur due to a change of land ownership or value.

You will receive an assessment if the non-exempt land that you own in Queensland at midnight on 30 June is:

  • $600,000 or more—if you are an individual who mainly resides in Australia
  • $350,000 or more—if you are a company, trustee or absentee.

Your assessment will be calculated based on valuations issued by the Department of Natural Resources and Mines.

Learn more about the annual land valuations.

You should contact us if your assessment has any errors, such as:

  • land that you did not own at 30 June is included
  • land that you owned at 30 June is excluded
  • the new value of land that was revalued is not shown
  • exemptions/sub-divider discounts are applied incorrectly.

In some cases, the property address for your land may differ from its actual street address. This is because other government agencies and authorities may have a different address on their records. A reassessment of your land tax will not be needed as long as the property ID and property description shown on the assessment are correct.

If you otherwise believe an incorrect decision was made about your assessment, you can object.

The information on your assessment notice

The assessment notice contains the information you will need to understand how your land tax was calculated and how to pay it.

Front page

 

Payment reference—This number is unique to each assessment notice. You need to include this when paying your liability.

Client number—Quote this number when speaking to us about your land tax.

Amount payable and due date—This is the amount of land tax you owe and when it is due.

Back page

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Payment options—Your payment options are outlined here. Don't forget to use the payment reference shown on the front when paying.

Direct payments—You can pay your land tax using direct debit, either in 1 payment or using the extended payment option (EPO), which allows you to pay over a longer period in 3 instalments.

Land tax summary

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An itemised list shows the separate charges that make up your land tax liability.

From 1 July 2017, the absentee surcharge (if applicable) will appear here.

Property address, Property ID and Property description—This identifies the property on which your land tax has been assessed, including land solely owned by you and land you own jointly with others.

Taxable value—Your land tax has been calculated on these values.

Exemptions—Any exemptions that apply to your land will be noted by an exemption code. No taxable value will be shown where land receives a full exemption.

 

Contact us

Land tax

For land tax enquiries:

  • complete an online enquiry form
  • call 1300 300 734 (Australia) or +61 7 3227 6044 (overseas).
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7 August 2017
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