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Understanding your 2022 land valuation

On 31 March 2022, the Valuer-General issued land valuations for 30 local government areas in Queensland.

These are: Boulia, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Burke, Cairns, Carpentaria, Cassowary Coast, Croydon, Douglas, Etheridge, Fraser Coast, Gold Coast, Goondiwindi, Gympie, Ipswich, Livingstone, Lockyer Valley, Logan, Mareeba, Moreton Bay, Noosa, North Burnett, Redland, Rockhampton, Scenic Rim, Somerset, South Burnett, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, and Townsville.

View valuation information for these local government areas.

The new land valuations are effective from 30 June 2022.

If your council is not listed, you can find out when your local government area was last valued.

Find your land valuation

Information is available to help you better understand your land valuation and local property market.

You may purchase valuation and sales data from our business centres. Additional valuation and sales data not provided on the website can also be purchased from our business centres.

How your valuation is calculated

Our guide to land valuations in Queensland explains what is included on your notice, how land is valued and what you can do if you disagree with your valuation.

How land valuations are used

The new land valuations will be used to help determine local government rates and state land tax, where applicable, from 30 June 2022.

While rates for the 2022–23 financial year have not yet been determined, you can contact your local council with any enquiries – their phone number is included on your valuation notice.

Land tax may be payable if the total taxable value of land you own in Queensland on 30 June 2022 exceeds the threshold. Read more information on land tax, including current thresholds and available exemptions.

The new valuations may also be used as a basis for calculating state land rent from 1 July 2022.

For more information about state land rental (for leasehold land), see rental arrangements for state leasehold land or call 13 QGOV (13 74 68).

Didn’t receive a 2022 valuation notice?

If you didn’t receive a valuation notice, it could be because either your area was not valued this year or your contact details have changed.

Refer to the list above to check if your local government area was valued this year. If not, your most recent land valuation remains in effect until the next valuation is issued.

If your area was valued but you haven’t received a notice, it could be because your contact details have changed. To notify the Valuer-General of your new contact details, complete the change how you receive your land valuation form. (A copy of your notice will not automatically be re-sent to you; contact us to arrange this.)

If you have any concerns, contact us.

Disagree with your land valuation?

If you don’t agree with your new valuation, and can provide information to demonstrate it is incorrect, you may lodge an objection within 60 days of the issue date of the valuation notice.

The 60 day objection period for the 2022 land valuations closed on 30 May 2022.

Find out more about lodging objections.

More information