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- Land tax must be paid each year. Properties that are taxable include vacant land, commercial properties, rental properties and shacks.
- If you need to pay land tax on a property, you will receive a notice of assessment with your account number, the amount of your land tax bill and the due date.
- Your land tax bill must be paid by the due date unless you have been granted a payment arrangement from the State Revenue Office.
- If you do not pay your land tax bill by the due date you may have penalties added to your bill.
About paying a land tax notice
A land tax notice is issued to whoever owns the land on the 1 July of each year.
Properties such as rental properties, holiday homes, vacant or commercial land are considered 'general land' and the owners of these properties must pay land tax.
You do not need to pay land tax if:
- the land is used as your main place of residence (known as principal residence land), or
- the land is used mainly
- for the business of primary production, or
- as a private timber reserve, or
- a permanent timber production zone.
This is known as primary production land.
How to pay
Or via BPAY
(Biller Code: 575514)
|Find your nearest Service Centre||1300 729 859||State Revenue Office|
GPO Box 1374
Hobart, TAS 7001
What you need to pay
- your payment number
Can I pay?
Anyone with the land tax notice payment number can pay.
Proving your identity
You do not need to prove your identity.
How much it costs
The amount to pay will be listed on the invoice.
- The rates of land tax and land tax calculator are helpful tools which show how land tax is calculated.
- If paying your notice in full by the due date will cause serious financial hardship, you can apply for a payment arrangement or contact the State Revenue Office.
Please visit the State Revenue Office for more information on paying a land tax notice.