The Valuer General oversees the valuation system, where over 2.6 million parcels of land are valued as at 1 July each year. We then check the accuracy and consistency of these values before they are issued.
Under the Valuation of Land Act 1916, land value is the value of your land only. It does not include the value of your home or other structures and improvements. But it includes land improvements like draining, excavating, filling, clearing and retaining walls.
Land values are used by:
You can find your land value on your:
- Notice of Valuation from the Valuer General
- land tax assessment from Revenue NSW.
You can also find Land values online.
For more information, see:
- our policies and fact sheets
- our Quality assurance page to learn how we ensure the quality of our valuations.
You can also contact us.