Most homeowners in the area should have received their Notice of Valuation as at 1 July 2022 from the NSW Valuer General. The valuation helps to determine your rates for 1 July 2023 and onwards, as well as land tax if the property is an investment.
Property owners have the right to object to the valuation, however, this must be done within 60 days. The deadline is either:
- on the front of your Notice of Valuation
- 60 days from the issue date on your land tax assessment.
If you want to object, you must first obtain information about your property from the Valuer General, gather evidence to support your case, and then make a submission online.
Staff at the Service NSW office can help you to lodge your objection, or you can call the Valuer General’s customer service line on 1800 110 038.
NSW Valuer General’s website
Land Value Search
Council’s Draft Revenue Policy will be considered at the 16 May meeting and will be put on public exhibition for community feedback. This policy contains information about proposed rates, fees and charges for 2023-2024.