Land value is the value of your land only. It does not include the value of your home or other structures and improvements. However, it includes works such as draining, excavating, filling and clearing.
The Valuer General oversees the valuation system, where over 2.5 million parcels of land are valued as at 1 July each year. Property NSW manage the valuation system on behalf of the Valuer General. For further information on how your land is valued see the valuation method page.
Accessing your land value
Landholders can access their land value through a:
- Notice of Valuation issued by the Valuer General
- Land tax assessment, issued by the Office of State Revenue to registered land tax liable landholders
- search using the NSW Globe
- land value search
- Certificate of Land Value
Land value review process
If you are not satisfied with the land value or property information on your Notice of Valuation or a land value included in your land tax assessment, you can lodge an objection to have the land value reviewed. to do this you need to lodge an objection.
- Land values for strata sites fact sheet (PDF 156.6 KB)
- Valuing rural land (PDF 156.6 KB)
- Valuation sales report (free for landholders)
- Land values on the NSW Globe
- Your Review Guide (PDF 4.9 MB)
- Frequently asked questions
- Property sales information
- Historical land values
- Understanding land values video