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A State Government revaluation of properties throughout the Circular Head Municipality has recently been undertaken, with new valuations to be applied to properties in the 2013/14 financial year.

Property owners will have received a "Notice of Valuation" from the Valuer-General’s Department.

The revaluation is a major task and a process that involves a detailed review of information about properties, plus an analysis of recent developments and pricing trends in the property market.  The revaluation process is controlled by the Valuer General’s Office, which is a branch of the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water & Environment.

The last revaluation was completed in 2006 and although there may have been fluctuations in property values since then, it is not expected that individual rates should change significantly as a result of the revaluation.

An owner who is not satisfied with their valuation may within 60 days of receipt of the "Notice of Valuation", lodge an objection with the Valuer General’s Office.  Details about the objection process are outlined on the back of the valuation notice, and in the accompanying "Owner's guide".  Objections must be "market" related, and be able to be supported by comparable market sales.  Forms can be obtained by phoning the Office of the Valuer-General on 6233 3715 or 1300 368 550 (local call) or by emailing

Council has no involvement in the determination of valuations but is able to answer questions regarding the revaluation process. For all enquires, please call Council on 6452 4800 or email

For more information please read the following brochure.

Owner's Guide - Fresh Valuations (Revaluations)(761 kb)