.au direct domain names – like getyour.au - are shorter, simpler domain names that will be available as a new option for Australian Internet users from 24 March 2022.
.au direct names are general purpose – they’re open to anyone with a verified connection to Australia who wants to create or manage an online presence for themselves or their organisation.
If you currently hold a domain name in any other .au namespace (eg. com.au, id.au etc.), you’ll be able to apply for Priority Status to register its exact match in .au direct during the six-month period from launch.
To check your priority category and/ or see if there are other registrants eligible for the .au direct name you seek, you can use auDA’s Priority Status Tool.
Find out more about how you’ll be able to register a .au direct name via the links below.
About .au direct names
Learn about the rules for .au direct domain names.
The .au direct launch
Learn about how .au direct names will be rolled out.
The .au direct priority allocation process
Existing registrants of other .au domain names will have the chance to apply for the .au direct exact match of their names via the priority allocation process.