Forest Fire Management Victoria and the (CFA) have commenced planned burning for Autumn with a focus on reducing bushfire risk.
An exciting opportunity to support the development of future leaders in integrated catchment management in Victoria.
New permanent planning controls have been introduced to guide development and support the long-term liveability of Melbourne's central city
Third round of consultation begins to identify strategic direction of the area, including potential land use changes long term.
Address: 8 Nicholson St, Melbourne 3000
Phone: 136 186
Address: 30-38 Little Malop St, Geelong 3220
Phone: 03 5226 4667
Address: 1-7 Taylor St, Epsom 3551
Phone: 03 5430 4444
Address: 402 Mair St, Ballarat 3350
Phone: 03 5336 6856
Address: 89 Sydney Rd, Benalla 3672
Phone: 03 5761 1611
Address: 71 Hotham Street, Traralgon 3844
Phone: 03 5172 2111
Address: 609 Burwood Hwy, Knoxfield 3180
Phone: 03 9210 9222
Land Use Victoria provides forms for property transactions and dealings, associated guides and fee listings.
Instructions for each form can be found in the associated guide.
Includes property transfers, mortgages, caveat and deceased estates.
Forms for subdivisions, owners corporations, and easements.
Certificate of Title management.
Land Acquisition, the Compensation Act, and Climate Change Act.
Lodge a transaction of a water share with the Water Registrar.
Forms for the Local Government Act and Planning and Environment Act.
Property transaction and search fees, direct debit information.
A land title is an official record of who owns a piece of land. It can also include information about mortgages, covenants, caveats and easements. Victoria's land titles are held in the state's online land titles register, managed by the Registrar of Titles using the Torrens system.
Land Use Victoria collects, manages, releases and sells a wide range of property information for Victoria and most of it is available online. You can find certificates and statements, median property prices and sales data, land dealing statistics, land titles and suburb boundaries.
Property valuation is the analysis of property transactions to determine comparable value. Valuers gather and evaluate a range of information to determine the market value of a property.
The Office of Surveyor-General Victoria (OSGV) is the government's authority on surveying and property boundaries.
The procedures and principles for naming, renaming and adjusting the boundaries of geographic features, localities and roads in Victoria.
Titles, property certificates and Crown land status
Land and Survey Spatial Information
Survey Marks Enquiry Service
Surveying and Planning through Electronic Applications and Referrals