Stamp Duties

Stamp duty is a charge on certain documents and transactions. Stamp duty is charged at either a flat rate or an ad valorem rate (based on the value of the transaction) depending on the particular document or transaction.

Calculators are available to assist you in estimating the amount of stamp duty payable. There is also a Stamp Duty Glossary of Terms which may help you to understand some of the terms used.

Lodgement Methods for Stamp Duty Documents

There are three different methods for lodgement, determination and payment for South Australian Stamp Duty Documents:

RevenueSA Online

RevenueSA Online is an internet based system allowing approved clients to transact with RevenueSA 24 hours a day.

See more information about RevenueSA Online

List of the documents that can be self determined on RevenueSA Online and for more detailed information on the various document types is available in the Stamp Duty Document Guide (Self-Determined)


Some document types must be submitted to the Commissioner of State Taxation for an assessment of stamp duty. These documents can be submitted on RevenueSA Online, along with supporting documentation as described in the Stamp Duty Document Guide (Opinions).


The front counter, located in Taxpayer Hall, Ground Floor State Administration Centre Adelaide is open Monday - Friday from 10:00am - 2:00pm on business days to provide counter assessment services for infrequent (10 documents or less per year) non RevNet users. Documents are to be presented to the counter with a completed Application for Stamp Duty Assessment form and supporting documentation where required. Immediate assessment will not apply to document types requiring Opinion Assessment. You can access Taxpayer Hall between the hours of 9:00am to 5:00pm on business days to access the delivery boxes and to lodge Opinion Assessments via the secure lodgement box.

Further information is available via the links below:

Foreign Ownership Surcharge




Motor Vehicles

Real Property (Land)

Share Transfers

Transfer of a Business

Unit Trust