Information about land titles, property data, valuations, land surveying and naming places in Victoria.
Forms, guides and fees
Land Use Victoria has introduced a number of interactive forms in PDF format that you can fill out online.
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.
Land Use Victoria collects, manages, releases and sells a wide range of property information for Victoria and most of it is available online.
The Victorian Water Registrar has legal responsibility for the Water Register, which is the public register of all water-related entitlements in Victoria.
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 Office of Surveyor-General Victoria (OSGV) is responsible for managing Victoria's geodetic and positioning infrastructure.
The Guidelines for Geographic Names 2010 Version 2 (in accordance with Part 2 of the Geographic Place Names Act 1998) sets out the procedures and principles for naming, renaming and adjusting the boundaries of geographic features, localities and roads in Victoria.
Information on the role and responsibilities of the Victorian Government Land Monitor (VGLM) and details of transactions that require the VGLM's approval.