auDA is the policy authority for the .au domain space, responsible for the development, review and enforcement of policies dealing with the registration of .au domain names and the operation of the Australian domain industry.
auDA’s Guidance Notes provide information regarding certain terms of the Registrar Agreement or Published policies to provide assistance to accredited Registrars and registrants in meeting their obligations.
Arrangements to administer a specified 2LD on behalf of auDA.
|2015-02||Governance Arrangements for the edu.au 2LD|
|2014-05||Application of auDA Published Policies to the edu.au 2LD|
The auDRP sets out the legal process for resolving disputes between a domain name registrant and a third party with a legal right to the name.
|2016-01||.au Dispute Resolution Policy|
|2008-02||Approval Process for auDRP Providers
|2003-01||.au Dispute Resolution Policy (auDRP) - Clarification of Registrar Obligations|
New policy regime
Commencement date to be advised
|.au Licensing Rules|
|.au Namespace Implementation|
|Process for the Development and Review of auDA Published Policies|
|DNSSEC Policy and Practice Statement (DPS) for the .au Domain|