The Queensland valuer-general's latest figures confirm the state's property market has remained subdued over the past year.
Land valuations are today being posted to more than 1.4 million people across Queensland.
The information is considered by councils when setting rates.
Valuer-general Neil Bray says property sales fell in 19 of the 27 local government areas assessed.
"The market's still being driven by the prevailing economic uncertainty, tight credit conditions, slowdown in mining infrastructure expenditure construction activity the high Australian dollar, the tightening rental market and an undersupply of vacant land stock," he said.
"Of the 27 rateable local governments being revalued, eight recorded an overall increase.
"Cloncurry and Mt Isa increased between 20 and 25 per cent, while 19 [local government regions] recorded an overall decrease, with Gympie recording the largest overall decrease of 11.2 per cent."