AU domain registrations

From the 24th of March, 2022, the new domain name extension .AU will be available for you to register right here at diskmandotnet as a semi-managed service.

.au is the all-new direct domain name extension for the Australian domain namespace. It will allow any business, organisation or individual with a connection to Australia the ability to register a .au direct domain name, like mybusiness.au. for their business, product range, personal use.

To take advantage of the priority registration, it’s really important to understand so we’ve explained it in more detail below (check the auDA links) but in short, if you already own the exact match for your domain name eg businessname.com.au then you will be allowed with priority to register mybusiness.au. There will be an issue if for example, someone else owns mybusiness.net.au as you will both qualify to register the new extension.

So get onto it ASAP!!!

UNIQUELY AUSTRALIAN DOMAIN NAMES

  • The new domain name extension is unique to Australian businesses and products
  • Easy to remember
  • Short and sweet. Just three characters after you business or product name.

Our special offer is 25% off for all first year registrations which is just $18.71/1st year, with renewals each year after that being $24.95/yr.

AU domain names will be able to be registered for a minimum period of 1 year and a maximum period of 5 years.

Simply login to your client account on the day the new extension is launched and search/add to cart your domain name. You will be able to choose 1 or more years to register in advance.

PRIORITY REGISTRATIONS

When .au direct names launch on the 24th of March 2022, registrants with existing .au domain names (ending in com.au, net.au, org.au, asn.au) will have the chance to apply for Priority Status. This status will allow existing .au domain holders to register the exact match of their domain name with .au. The Priority Status application period will run for six months to ensure .au holders have enough time to register their direct au domain.

Note: unsuccessful contested domain name lodgements are non-refundable.