1. We do not warrant or guarantee that the domain name applied for will be registered in your name or is capable of being registered by you. Accordingly, you should take no action in respect of your requested domain name(s) until you have been notified that your requested domain name has been registered.
2. If your application is deemed fraudulent through a fraud detection and prevention mechanism in the domain registration process, we may require the registering party to supply Photo Identification to verify their identity. Accepted Photo Identification methods are Passport or current Drivers License.
3. Both the registration of the domain name and its ongoing use are subject to the relevant naming authority's terms and conditions of use and you are responsible for ensuring that you are aware of those terms and conditions and can and do comply with them. You irrevocably waive any claims you may have against us in respect of the decision of a naming authority to refuse to register a domain name and, without limitation agree that the administration charge paid by you to us shall be non-refundable in any event.
4. We accept no responsibility in respect of the use of a domain name by you and any dispute between you and any other individual or organisation regarding a domain name must be resolved between the parties concerned and we will take no part in any such dispute. We reserve the right, on our becoming aware of such a dispute, at our sole discretion and without giving any reason,to either suspend or cancel the domain name, and/or to make appropriate representations to the relevant naming authority.
1. com.au and .net.au domains can only be registered by an Australian registered company, or business with a registered business number (ABN, BRN, BN). You will need to supply this number during the order process. The domain name you order will need to be an exact match, acronym or abbreviation of the supplied business registration, or it should bear a close and substantial connection to the domain name. Domains can be two to 63 letters in length. Words can be separated by hyphens but not spaces.
2. .org.au and .asn.au can only be registered by a "non-commercial organisation". The domain name you register needs to have a solid relationship to the organisation to which it represents.
3. .id.au is intended for individuals who reside in Australia. It can be an exact match, abbreviation or acronym of registrant's personal name or otherwise closely connected to the registrant.
4. .au.com domain names are not restricted or regulated by .au policy rules and can be registered by anyone.
5. .com and .net domain names are not restricted and can be registered by anyone.
6. .biz, .org and .info domain names are not restricted and can be registered by anyone.
7. .nz domains are intended for people in, or with ties to, New Zealand. Anyone can register them - there are no restrictions on .nz domain names.
8. .uk domains are intended for people in, or with ties to, the United Kingdom. Anyone can register them - there are no restrictions on .uk domain names.
9. .mobi domains are intended for websites designed for a mobile device. Anyone can register them. There are no restrictions on .mobi domain names.
10. .cn domains can no longer be registered in Australia. This information is for reference purposes only.