Valuers

ACAA Registered Valuers are the leading group of independent, experienced, specialist fine art valuers in Australia.
Valuers registered with the ACAA need to meet the strictest criteria for any valuers’ council or industry group in Australia. 

Admission as an ACAA Registered Valuer

ACAA Registered Valuers are the leading group of independent, experienced, specialist fine art valuers in Australia.

Valuers registered with the ACAA need to meet the strictest criteria for any valuers’ council or industry group in Australia.  

All ACAA Registered Valuers must be Approved Valuers under the Australian Government’s Cultural Gift Program, within their area of specialisation. 

Admission as a member to the ACAA is required. 
ACAA membership is based on relevant tertiary qualifications, at least 5 years of relevant industry experience, independence as a professional consultant/valuer, referral from two art industry leaders, including an existing ACAA member


Membership must be endorsed by the consent (or abstention) of all Executive Committee members

Codes of Conduct

ACAA Registered Valuers must abide by the Cultural Gift Program Valuer Code of Conduct.

ACAA Registered Valuers must also abide by the ACAA Code of Practice found on page 6 of the ACAA Policy Document.

Certificate of Registration, ACAA Registered Valuers Logo and Seals

The ACAA Registered Valuers logo is an indication that the valuer you engage has met all the standards of excellence required to be registered with the ACAA. 

ACAA Registered Valuers are issued with a Certificate of Registration, which outlines the valuer’s name, registration number, registration period, and date of admission. 

Some ACAA Registered Valuers may choose to emboss documents with a personal valuer’s seal, which also displays their name, number and registration period.

Registration is strictly for a two (2) year period only, after which all valuers need to reapply for renewal.

Removal as an ACAA Registered Valuer will take place anytime, should the valuer fail to meet the strict ethical standards required to maintain registration.

There are currently 24 ACAA Registered Valuers:

List of ACAA Registered Valuers

For a comprehensive outline of each ACAA Registered Valuers’ specialist areas and Approved Classes of Property under the Cultural Gift Program, please refer to our members page

001 - Brenda COLAHAN

002 - David HULME

003 - Adrian NEWSTEAD

004 - Adam KNIGHT

005 - Louise SMITH

006 - Noel STOTT

007 - Jane RAFFAN

008 - Sophie ULLIN

009 - Amanda LOVE

010 - Digby HYLES

012 - Frances CUMMINGS

013 - Anna WALDMANN

015 - Guy ABRAHAMS

017 - Jon DWYER

019 - Warren JOEL

020 - Douglas SHEERER

021 - Amy LUGTEN-TAYLOR

022 - John WALSH

023 - Greer ADAMS

024 - Seva FRANGOS

025 - Litsa WILKINSON

026 - Matt HENRY

027 - Peter WALKER

028 - Jane MESSENGER

029 - Elizabeth HASTINGS

030 - Miriam GRUNDY

PO Box 1742

Collingwood VIC 3066

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