Stamp Duty Calculator

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Stamp duty is an expensive part of buying a property and it can seem to be very complicated to work out. Our stamp duty calculator covers all the states and territories and makes a simple calculation, however please check with a qualified mortgage broker what the final amount will be. 

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How much stamp duty will I need to pay?

​This stamp duty calculator Instantly calculate your Government cost when purchasing a property in Australia. The calculator can be used for first home buyers, owner occupiers or investors. The calculator can also be used to estimate any first home buyer concessions and grants. 

You can calculate stamp duty payable in QLD, NSW, NT, ACT, ​SA, TAS, VIC and WA

Please note the calculator is to be used as a guide only. 

What is stamp duty?

Stamp duty is a tax levied by all Australian territories and states on property purchases. The stamp duty a buyer pays is based on the property purchase price, location and loan purpose. Some states charge different rates on investment properties than on places of residence.

Insight into stamp duty

With rising property prices comes rising stamp duty, particularly in inner-city suburbs of state capitals. It's a significant cost that all buyers should consider when determining how much they can spend on their next home or investment property.

Is stamp duty on investment property tax deductible?

Investment property acquisition costs, including stamp duty paid upon purchase, are not expenses you can claim as tax deductions.

Who is exempt from stamp duty?

First-home buyers may be eligible for stamp duty exemptions or concessions under certain conditions. To see what the current conditions are for stamp duty exemptions and concessions, visit your state’s government website: