How to object to your valuation?
If you disagree with the unimproved valuation of your property listed on your council rate notice, you are entitled to lodge an objection directly with your local council.
Generally, an objection must be in writing and made within two months of being issued your Victorian Council Rate Notice. The objection should state your estimated market value of the property and the grounds on which you are objecting (explained below). It is highly recommended that your objection include a valuation from a registered valuer.
We must note that objections based on the impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19) will not be considered for assessment notices with a valuation date of 1 January 2020 (or earlier).