NSW Valuer General

The Valuer General oversees NSW land valuations for rating and taxation, and determines compensation for compulsory acquisitions when no agreement is reached.

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Services and information

How and why we value land

Learn about how we value land in NSW and what those valuations are used for.

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Find your land value

See if your land value is in line with similar properties in the area.

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Object to a valuation

If you disagree with a land valuation, you can object to it. Learn what you need to do to lodge an objection.

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Land value services and tools

Tools and services to help you discover land values, property sales data and more.

How land values are used

Learn about how our valuations are used for council rates and land taxes.

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Learn about compulsory acquisition

Learn about our role in compulsory acquisition.

Meet the Valuer General

The NSW Government appointed Ms Sally Dale as the Valuer General until 31 May 2028.

Ms Dale began her career in 1994 with a Bachelor of Business in Land Economics from the University of Western Sydney. She has since amassed over 30 years of experience as a successful property valuer, private business owner and executive, as well as acting executive director of land valuation agency Valuation NSW, before being appointed to the State’s top valuation role.

With extensive experience in both private and public property valuation, Ms Dale is recognised for her leadership and experience in implementing significant organisational change.

Ms Dale is a Fellow member of the Australian Property Institute.

The Valuer General oversees NSW’s land valuation system which each year values more than 2.6 million parcels of land valued at over $2.80 trillion.

What the Valuer General does

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Contact Valuation NSW

We encourage you to explore the resources on our website. If you have questions, concerns or feedback, you can contact us.

Phone:1800 110 0388:30am – 5:00pm Monday to Friday

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