A org.au domain name is a unique way for non-commercial organisations including incorporated associations, political parties, trade unions, sporting and special interest clubs, charities and non-profit organisations to be represented on the web!

Who is eligible for a org.au domain name?

Strict policy ensures that a org.au domain name can only be registered by Australian non-commercial organisations.

The eligibility policy which underpins the org.au domain name can be found on auDA’s website.

What are the benefits of registering a org.au domain name?

The org.au domain name offers Australian non-commercial organisations more choice than ever before.

By registering a org.au domain name, eligible non-commercial organisations now have the ability to register domain names for anything that pertains to their work or cause.

For instance, a charity organisation may want to register their upcoming fundraiser or an awareness group may want to register a future campaign.

Using this principle Blue Charities Australia could register their general website as:

www.bluecharities.org.au

They run an appeal every year so effectively they could also register:

www.blueshieldappeal.org.au

How do I register a org.au domain name?

Simply click here to get your own org.au. This will send you through to a choice of Registrars who will guide you through the registration process. It’s that easy!

Looking to register a .au domain name?
Visit one of the auDA accredited Registrars.

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