Stamp duty calculator
Understand how much stamp duty you will have to pay on your property purchase.
What is stamp duty?
Stamp duty, sometimes called land transfer duty, is a tax charged for property purchases by each Australian state and territory. Costs can vary from state to state. Our stamp duty calculator helps you estimate stamp duty costs for each state and territory. This calculator should only be used for the purpose of providing you with an indication of the upfront costs you may incur, so you can include an estimate for these amounts into your savings plan. Our stamp duty calculator doesn’t include all of the additional concessions you may be eligible for (such as Government backed schemes) or any surcharges or additional duties that may apply given your individual circumstances.
These rates change from time to time, and we can’t guarantee that these rates are correct, up to date or are the ones which would apply to you. You should confirm the government costs, duties payable and any applicable exemption or concession information with the relevant government authority. If you are buying your first property to live in, you may be eligible for a stamp duty exemption or concession.
Please note that stamp duty changes affecting first home buyers recently came into effect for South Australia and NSW. The calculator does not yet account for these changes.
Terms and Conditions
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Comparison rates are based on a secured loan of $150,000 over a term of 25 years
WARNING: This comparison rate applies only to the example or examples given. Different amounts and terms will result in different comparison rates. Costs such as redraw fees or early repayment fees, and cost savings such as fee waivers, are not included in the comparison rate but may influence the cost of the loan.
When you apply for the NAB Choice Package, you must include in the package a minimum of $150,000 in eligible lending products (which are existing or approved lending).