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Australia .COM.AU domain name Registration Rules

.COM.AU Domain Name for Australia

.AU is the country code TLD for Australia, the must have Australia domain name for all Australian individuals and businesses.

Crazy Domains is your local, officially accredited Australian Registrar, for all Australia domain names. Get your Australian domain name registration with Crazy Domains and enjoy easy management with the best prices.

.COM.AU is the official domain name of Australia.

.COM.AU is a great opportunity for businesses trading in or with Australia to operate with a local presence.

.COM.AU allows you to target the Australian market.

.COM.AU has five Australian doman names: .com.au, .net.au, .id.au, .asn.au and .org.au.

What are you waiting for? Go ahead and register your .COM.AU domain name now!

.COM.AU Domain Name Registration

.COM.AU domain names can now be registered for a minimum period of 1 year and a maximum period of 5 years.

There are requirements to register a .COM.AU domain name. Any Australia business, company, organisation or association can register .AU Australian domain names. For more details, click here.

During the domain registration process, any specific requirement will be displayed and you may be asked to enter relevant information if that is required.

.COM.AU Domain Name Renewal

You can renew your domain name manually or you can set up Auto Renewal which is an optional feature available with all domains. The renewal date depends on whether you manually renew your domain name or set it to auto renew. We will attempt auto renewal on the 7th day prior to the domain name's expiration date. If the renewal attempt fails, we re-attempt renewal again on the 3rd day prior to the domain name's expiration date.

If all the renewal attempts fail and you do not manually renew your domain name by the expiration date, you must restore it. For more detailed information on how to recover your domain click here.

.COM.AU Domain Name Transfer

.COM.AU domain names are very easy to transfer. You can transfer .COM.AU domain names 30 days after registration to any registrar. Transferring your domain name to Crazy Domains is a simple process using the domain transfer page. Domain name transfers do not affect your website or emails. Your services connected to this domain name will not be affected. To start a transfer select Transfer Domains in the menu bar at the top of the page, under Domains.

.COM.AU Domain Name Privacy

Private Tech registration is available for .COM.AU domain names. This will allow you to protect your Tech Contact identity and private information, which we do recommend for all businesses.

Your .AU Australia domains have two contact identifiers, Registrant and Tech. By purchasing Private Tech, personal information under this contact are not displayed on the public WHOIS. The registrant contact will remain as the owner information on whois which will result in your personal information being disclosed on WHOIS. This option is available during domain registration, domain transfer and within your Account Manager.

.COM.AU General Questions

Which registry controls .COM.AU domain names?

All .COM.AU domain names are controlled by auDa.

Can I backorder .COM.AU domain names?

Yes, we currently support the backorder of .COM.AU domain names. For more detailed information, click here.

Can I move my .COM.AU domain name between accounts?

Yes, but when you move the domain name, the registrant's first name, last name, and company name cannot change.

Can I change the contacts on .COM.AU domain names?

Yes, you can change your contact information on .COM.AU domain names. For instructions on how to change your contact information, click here.

Can I forward .COM.AU domain names?

Yes, you can forward .COM.AU domain names. For instructions on how to forward domain names, click here.

Name Server requirements for .COM.AU domain names

There are no name server requirements for .COM.AU domain names. All specified name servers must be valid, set up correctly for the domain name and operative.

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