Australia’s Domain Name System (DNS) is the national register of domain names, including those that you may own or control.
It is administered by the Australian Government and provides information to local authorities and the wider community.
Domain registration is required to register your domain name in Australia.
In some cases, you can be registered in multiple states or countries.
For more information about registering your domain in Australia, see our article on registering a domain name.
For some of the most common questions and answers about the Domain Name Scheme, see the Domain Names FAQ.
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