The rules that govern .au domain names are changing, and we want the Australian community to let us know if we’ve got it right.
The .au Domain Administration (auDA) administers Australia’s .au domain and it’s our role to develop the rules that determine who can have a .au domain name, what name they can have and what they can do with it.
As part of a project to modernise and simplify these rules for .au domain names auDA is proposing a number changes.
These changes affect a wide sector of the Australian community, so we are asking for further feedback before implementing them.
Your chance to shape .au domains
As part of its public consultation, auDA is holding a series of public workshops to find out whether we’ve got the changes to the rules right and what their impacts might be on Australian internet users.
These facilitated workshops are a great chance to have your chance to shape the .au domain and ensure it remains safe and secure while meeting the needs of the Australian community.
You don’t need to be a tech expert to take part - the .au domain is for all Australians and we want to make sure it works for everyone.
A detailed agenda and further information on the issues that will be explored will be distributed to registrants closer to the date of workshop.