Land valuations on the Queensland Globe

You can view detailed land valuation data through the Queensland Globe. It is designed to help you better understand your land valuation and local property market.

The Queensland Globe now includes extra layers of data to show freehold valuation and state land rental valuation, in addition to existing land valuation data.

Data is provided for all rateable local government areas in Queensland. Data is not provided for individual units in community title schemes, as these are not valued separately. Instead, a single valuation notice is issued to the body corporate.

Due to changes that occur throughout the year, the information presented (for some properties) may not be current. Up-to-date valuation information can be purchased through our business centres.

Before starting, read about the statutory land valuation process.

Finding a valuation

Open the Queensland Globe land valuations topic to access a pre-loaded map overlay.

Zoom in or search to a particular location to view the relevant valuation and Property ID number displayed on the map.

On the map, the:

  • Property ID will display in white text
  • current valuation will be displayed in gold text
  • new valuation (when available) will display in green text.

Viewing other valuation types

Click on the Layers button. Then select the eye icon Eye on a blue background next to the relevant layer to turn it on and make it visible on the map. Layer options include:

  • land valuation
  • freehold land valuation (fhv)
  • state land rental valuation (lhv)
  • mining lease valuation (mlv)
  • petroleum lease valuation (plv).

Detailed valuation information

For more detailed information regarding the land valuation, you can use the Identify tool:

  1. Click on the Spanner icon Spanner on a blue circle in the top right to open the tool bar.
  2. Select the Identify Identifytool (far left of tool bar menu).
  3. Click the Select first item checkbox.
  4. Click on your preferred lot.
  5. This will display the Attributes panel for the location selected and display additional valuation information (you may need to toggle through the Attributes panel by clicking on the left and right arrows in the black bar near the top of the panel to get to the information you need).

Information available

The information shown in the valuations attribute panel for a selected land parcel includes:

  • property identification number (Property ID) – a unique number given to every property
  • real property description – the legal description of the lands contained within the valuation
  • total lots – number of lots included in the property valuation
  • current valuation – valuation determined at the last valuation date (prior to this year's valuation).
    Note: No offset or site deduction allowances have been deducted from the site valuation displayed. The site valuation displayed is the unadjusted valuation for comparison purposes.
  • current valuation date – date at which last valuation was determined (prior to this year's valuation)
  • new valuation – valuation determined at this year's valuation.
    Note: No offset or site deduction allowances have been deducted from the site valuation displayed. The site valuation displayed is the unadjusted valuation for comparison purposes.
  • new valuation date – date at which this year's valuation occurred
  • property area – the size (area of land) of the property being valued in hectares (ha) or square metres (m2)
  • valuation rate – rate per hectare (ha) or square metres (m2)
  • locality
  • local government authority
  • valuation methodology (unimproved or site value).

Note: Property names are provided for location purposes only and the reliability of the information is not guaranteed by the Queensland Government. To update your property name, fill out our online form.

Also consider...

  • For more help and instructions on viewing land valuations in the Queensland Globe, visit the frequently asked questions on the Queensland Globe help pages.
  • Find out more about statutory land valuations, including how to get your land valuation notice by email, what to do if you disagree with your valuation, and contacts.