You can make a formal objection to a valuation or classification of your property within two months of the issue date on the rate notice. You are still required to pay the rates on the due date, even if the valuation is currently being investigated.
Objections MUST be lodged within two months of a notice being served on a general valuation or supplementary valuation. No late objections can be considered.
Further information can be found at www.propertyandlandtitles.vic.gov.au
Make an Objection
Objections can be made online at https://ratingvaluationobjections.vic.gov.au. This is the Valuer General Victoria (VGV) preferred (and quickest) method to lodge your objection to Council rates. You will need your latest valuation and rate notice on hand for information
Alternatively, you can complete the relevant valuation form assigned by property type at the bottom of this page and return the form in person to one of Council’s customer service centres, via email or by mail.