Registrars

The organisations listed on this page (logos displayed in random order below) are auDA accredited registrars. This means they are authorised by auDA to provide services to people who want to register a new domain name, renew their existing domain name, or make changes to their domain name record.

auDA notes that the following registrars have been officially certified as being compliant with the auDA Information Security Standard (ISS):
  • cheaperBig
  • SetSize8080 ddn2
  • synergy wholesale logo
  • ventraip
  • zuver
Specific services and fee schedules may vary from registrar to registrar.
  • 1312778067 Drop logo1
  • auda zuver2
  • nr
  • tPPW AusRegistry logo 120x65
  • Sublime IP logo
  • westConnect
  • explorer Logo
  • auwebaddressreg
  • yexa logo
  • aussiehq
  • instra
  • netnames logo white
  • domainregservicesLogo
  • internetx
  • OpenSRS1
  • cheaperBig
  • intaserve
  • ziphosting logo1
  • auda ventraip2
  • FabulousLogo
  • melbourneito
  • godaddyLogo oval
  • 1311919209 Logo
  • markmonitor
  • csclogo
  • enetica
  • westnet
  • netlogisticso
  • netfleet
  • domainshield
  • 1306907151 Domaincentre
  • Anchorlogo
  • 1315878883 logo pdr
  • smartyhost
  • tppinternet
  • SetSize8080 ddn2
  • auda synergy2
  • namescoutDotAU logo1
  • PlanetDomain
  • terrific
  • go hosting
  • Logo

A plain text listing of accredited registrars is available here.

auDA has authorised Ziphosting Pty Ltd, MD Webhosting Pty Ltd, NetRegistry Pty Ltd, Planet Domain Pty Ltd, TPP Domains Pty Ltd and TPP Wholesale Pty Ltd to share registry connections for the purpose of operating the Netfleet domain catching service.

auDA has authorised Drop.com.au Pty Ltd, Fabulous.com.au Pty Ltd and Yexa Pty Ltd to share registry connections for the purpose of operating the Drop.com.au domain catching service.

Registrar of Record

The registrar of record is the auDA-accredited registrar who is responsible for managing a particular domain name. Only the registrar of record is able to renew, modify or redelegate the domain name.

To find the registrar of record for a particular domain name, use the public WHOIS service.

Registrants are free to change their registrar of record at any time. For more information refer to auDA's Transfers Policy (2013-02).