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Domain Pricing Australia (ccTLD)All Domain prices include GST, and Registration for 2 years and AU require eligibility criteria to process.
FREE - URL Forwarding & DNS Management with every Domain Name Registration.
PLEASE NOTE: .AU namespace policy does not permit ID protection on .AU domain names.

2 Year Registration
Domain Transfer
DNS Management
ID Protection
.com.au
$39.95
$39.95
Free
N/A
.net.au
$39.95
$39.95
Free
N/A
.org.au
$39.95
$39.95
Free
N/A

Domain Pricing (gTLD)All Domain prices include GST, and Registration for 2 years.
FREE - URL Forwarding & DNS Management with every Domain Name Registration.
ID Protection (often called Domain Privacy) is available for all gTLD domain name extensions which support it.

2 Year Registration
Domain Transfer
DNS Management
ID Protection
.com
$49.50
$26.00
Free
Yes
.org
$56.50
$29.50
Free
Yes
.info
$56.50
$29.50
Free
Yes
.net
$49.50
$26.00
Free
Yes
.biz
$59.00
$30.75
Free
Yes

Domain Name Information & FAQ'sBelow is some helpful information on Registration, Transfers & Eligibility

Transfer charges apply for .biz
This extension is chargeable upon transfer and will be renewed for a period of 1 year during transfer process.
Transfer charges apply for .com, .net, .org & .info
This extension is chargeable upon transfer and will be renewed for a period of 1 year during transfer process.
Registry restrictions prevent these extensions from being transferred during 60 days of the initial registration or last renewed.
Transfer charges apply for .com.au, .net.au & .org.au within 90 days
The transfer of .AU extensions is chargeable upon transfer within 90 days of expiry and will be renewed for a period of 2 years during transfer process.
Outside of the 90 day period the transfer is free of charge and no renewal will be performed.
What is ID Protection?
When a domain name is registered, some information (such as personal/business) is displayed on the whois lookup as per regulatory requirements. Depending on the domain name extension, different types of information is displayed to those conducting a lookup.
ID Protection allows you to protect your identity and reduce spam from scammers scraping whois databases; it does this by replacing your information with generic name and address details.
Is ID Protection / Domain Privacy available for all domain name registrations?
ID Protection is available on gTLD registrations. .com, .net, .org, .info & .biz.
Unfortunately not .AU namespace policy does not permit ID protection on .AU domain names. Although this isn’t too much of a concern as very little information is shown. On a standard whois search only the Registrant/Entity data is shown (including ABN/ACN/Trademark/etc) along with the name of the person who is the registrant and technical contacts. No phone number or postal address details are shown on any whois search. The only time an email address is shown on a .AU domain name whois is when the search is conducted via the AusRegistry website and this is protected by a captcha.
Recovering my domain name password (EPP)
When transferring a domain name between registrars, you may be required to provide a domain name password (sometimes called EPP code or AuthInfo).

Depending on which registrar your domain is registered through and what type of domain you have, the steps to obtain your domains authorisation code may differ.

Domain is registered with another Registrar
.au domain name (such as com.au, net.au, org.au, id.au or asn.au)
If you own a .au domain name, you may use the instructions below to get the auDA to email the domain name password to the Registrant email address listed in your domains WHOIS contact details.

Go to http://admin.auda.org.au/passwordMail/PasswordMail.
Type in the domain name and complete the CAPTCHA code.
The results will return the Registrar of Record, the Registrant Name and the Registrant email address for the domain name.
Click on the Email button to have the current domain name password emailed to the Registrant email address. If the email address is not correct you can contact the Registrar of Record to request assistance.
gTLD or newTLD domain name (com, net, biz, photography, email, xyz)
To recover the domain name password for your gTLD or newTLD domain name you will need to contact the Registrar of Record for that domain name. To find the Registrar of Record you can complete a WHOIS search for the domain name on a variety of different WHOIS lookup websites.

Go to http://whois.domaintools.com/.
Type the domain name and complete the search.
The results in the WHOIS lookup will return the Registrar of Record for the name. You will need to make contact with the Registrar of Record who will be able to assist you in recovering your domain name password.

Domain FeaturesEvery domain name under management has access to DNS hosting, email and URL forwarding, and ID protection.

DNS Hosting

We offer complete DNS hosting that allows you to add and remove your own records. You can edit Name Server records which control where your Domain Name routed to.

Instant Domain Name Registration

Your domain name registration will be processed as soon as payment has been received.

Email & URL Forwarding

Create email forwarding addresses which forwards email sent to your domain name onto another email address and point your domain name to another web site

ID Protection (for eligible domain names)

Protect your personal information that is listed on the public WHOIS database on selected extensions. .AU is not eligible for ID Protection.

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