Properties in Tasmania are re-valued by the State Government through the Office of the Valuer-General under the Valuation of Land Act 2001, for local government rating and tax purposes.
General revaluations are issued every six years, with properties within the Burnie municipal next scheduled for valuation in 2026.
In 2022-23 an interim Adjusted Annual Assessed Value (AAV) has been provided by the Office of the Valuer-General to take account of the significant increases in property values since the last valuation occurred. These adjusted valuations are the values on which properties have been rated.
If you disagree with your valuation, you can lodge an objection with the Office of the Valuer-General within 60 days of the receipt of your valuation notice. Objections can be lodged online at www.nre.tas.gov.au/ovg. A form may also be downloaded from their website.