If you don’t agree with your land valuation, and can provide information to demonstrate that it is incorrect, you may lodge an objection. An objection must be lodged within 60 days of the date of issue of the valuation notice.
If your land has suffered permanent damage as a result of an adverse natural event, you may either:
Examples of permanent damage in agricultural areas include a loss in the arable area of a farm, permanent silting of a watercourse or loss of topsoil; in urban areas, an example of permanent damage would be the loss of land from a flooding river or a loss of development potential.
In either case, you should include details of the damage and supporting information such as photographs and diagrams.
You may lodge an objection either in writing or online.
Post your written objection/application to the Valuer-General at the address at the top of your valuation notice; you can also send or take it to your nearest business centre.