Strathbogie Shire Council

Tel 24/7: 1800 065 993

Rates and valuations

Beautiful parks, reserves and waterways, thriving towns, market and events – and some seriously good wine and food. All this is on our doorstep in Strathbogie Shire – it's why our region is such a great place to live. Wherever you look, you'll see your rates at work to make Strathbogie Shire a better place to live now and into the future.

What your rates are paying for

The 2021-22 Strathbogie Shire Council Budget outlines the projects we will be working on but here are some of the main points:

  • Capital works program that focuses on crucial projects
  • Expenditure for important services such as libraries, waste management, maintenance of roads, parks and gardens, animal management, maternal and child health, swimming pools and the arts and culture
  • Street tree planting, upgrades to sporting facilities, street activation workshops and project implementation 
  • More than 10 new projects have been included to reflect submissions and projects pitched by our community

Handy Fact Sheets

Understanding your Rate Notice (as at 2015 - update coming soon)
How your rates are set and spent
All you need to know about your Rates Valuation

 

Handy Links 

Register for emailed Rate Notices through e-Notices

Frequently Asked Questions about Rates and Valuations

Concession Form for Municipal Rates

More information about Rate Capping 

 

How to pay your rates online

Strathbogie Shire residents are able to pay their rates via BPoint, Post Billpay, Bpay, Cheque or by credit card over the phone to one our friendly customer service team members on 1800 065 993. 

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You can get your Strathbogie Shire Council rates notice sent straight to your online or mobile bank by using BPAY View.

For more information visit the BPAY View website

BPAY View

 

Getting a Land Information Certificate

Other than recommending contact with a conveyancer or solicitor for good legal advice/guidance and to follow correct procedure especially if buying or selling a property, LANDATA is used to apply for Land Information Certificates. 

Applicants will be required to pay the relevant fee for a Land Information Certificate (standard 5 to 7 working days or urgent 2 to 3 working days).

The application as requested on the LANDATA portal will be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. via the LANDATA application process for completion and returned to LANDATA who will then distribute back to the applicant’s email address. 

Ratepayers who require a Land Information Certificate for reasons other than buying/selling must also apply at LANDATA. 



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