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The Queensland Government is now in caretaker mode until after the state election. Minimal updates will be made to this site until after the election results are declared.

Understanding your 2017 land valuation

On 8 March 2017, the Valuer-General issued annual land valuations for 28 local government areas in Queensland.

These are Balonne, Barcaldine, Blackall-Tambo, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Carpentaria, Cassowary Coast, Central Highlands, Croydon, Gladstone, Gold Coast, Goondiwindi, Gympie, Ipswich, Livingstone, Logan, Mackay, Maranoa, Mareeba, Moreton Bay, North Burnett, Rockhampton, Somerset, Southern Downs, Tablelands, Townsville, Western Downs and Whitsunday.

Find out when your local government area was last valued.

The new land valuations are effective from 30 June 2017 and are used to calculate local government rates, state land tax and state land rental (for leasehold land), where applicable.

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.

Media releases

See media releases for the state and for each local government area.

Find valuations in your area

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.

If you didn’t receive a 2017 valuation notice

If you didn’t receive a valuation notice, the reason could be that:

  • your local area was not valued this year (see the list above)—in this case, your current land valuation remains in effect until the next valuation is issued
  • your service address changed and the Valuer-General was not notified—complete the change of landowner details form or contact us as soon as possible
  • you own a unit—contact your body corporate, because a single land valuation is issued to the body corporate, not to individual unit owners (the valuation amount for each unit owner is apportioned by your local council for rating and the Office of State Revenue for state land tax, if applicable).

If you have any concerns, contact us.

Objecting to your valuation

The objection period for annual land valuations closed on 8 May 2017.

How your land valuation will be used

The new land valuations are used to calculate local government rates, state land tax and state land rental (for leasehold land). For more information about:

Contact us

For valuation enquiries, call 13 QGOV (13 74 68) or visit your nearest business centre.

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7 June 2017
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