SMS Messaging

​​The State Revenue Office uses an SMS messaging service (using the name TasRevenue) to remind taxpayers where they have an unpaid land tax account.

When are reminders sent?

We will send an SMS reminder as follows:
a)   if you were late paying your land tax in the last financial year, an SMS for the current year's land tax account will be sent close to the due date for payment;
b)  if you forget to pay your account by the due date, an SMS reminder will be sent before we issue you with a defaulter notice; or
c)   before the commencement of debt-recovery action.

If you always pay your land tax account on time, you will not receive an SMS reminder.


To protect your information and to avoid scams, our SMS reminders:
·      do NOT include your land tax account information;
·      do NOT request your bank account login or password details; and
·      do NOT include hyperlinks (including to the SRO website).

I want to opt in for TasRevenue SMS reminders​​

If your mobile number is already recorded on your land tax account, there is no need to opt in. 

If you have not previously provided your mobile number for your land tax account, or the number has changed, update your details online by using the Change in contact details form.

I want to opt out of TasRevenue SMS reminders

Send your opt-out request to the State Revenue Office by using the following auto-email link: Taxh​​​elp​.

Alternatively, email your name, land tax account number, and your request to opt out, to:​​

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