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Domain forwarding

Point your domain name to another website for free! Redirect users when they type your domain name into a browser (with/without domain masking & SEO)

Free Mail Forwards

Create free email forwards and automatically redirect your email to existing email accounts.

DNS Management

Free lifetime DNS service which allows you to manage your DNS records on our globally distributed and highly redundant DNS infrastructure.

Easy to use Control Panel

Use our intuitive Control Panel to manage your domain name, configure email accounts, renew your domain name and buy more services.

Domain Theft Protection

Protect your Domain from being transferred out accidentally or without your permission with our free Domain Theft Protection.

Bulk Tools

Easy-to-use bulk tools to help you, Register, Renew, Transfer and make other changes to several Domain Names in a single step.

DomainsFrequently Asked Questions

Domain names are the human-friendly forms of Internet addresses, and are commonly used to find web sites. For example, the domain name wipo.int is used to locate the WIPO web site at http://www.bagful.com.au. A domain name also forms the basis of other methods or applications on the Internet, such as file transfer (ftp) or email addresses – for example the email address support@bagful.com.au is also based on the domain name bagful.com.au

It’s been more than 30 years since .AU was born. Here’s a very brief look at the Australian ccTLD’s history.

Availability and eligibility can be two very different things when it comes to Australian names.

Acquiring an available Australian website address is a very simple process these days – but there are a few important points you need to bear in mind in your search.

The redemption period may last 30 days after the initial renewal grace period. You may still be able to redeem the domain during this time. The fee for reactivating a domain in the Redemption Period is $70.00 + the normal renewal fee. Your domain can be redeemed by choosing to renew it from within the Domains section of the Control Panel. At the end of the Redemption Period, the domain(s) will go into a 5-day delete cycle at the end of which they will become available for anyone to register.

There are several steps after your domain expires to safeguard you from losing any domains you want to keep.

Approximately 60 days prior to the domain expiration date, we begin sending reminders to you by email to the email address you listed with us. You will be sent at least two reminders prior to the expiration date and one reminder within five days after expiration.

If we are unable to secure payment on or before the domain renewal date, your domain name will expire.

Upon expiration, your domain name will be deactivated and replaced with a parking page indicating the domain name has expired. Other services you have associated with the domain name may no longer function. If the domain is not renewed, it is considered abandoned. We may exercise the right to auction, sell, delete or dispose of the name at any time.

As early as 31 days after expiration, your domain name will enter a holding period and may be purchased by a third party. If a third party purchases the domain name during this time, the domain name will NOT be available for you to renew.

As early as 44 days after expiration, if your domain has not been purchased by a third party, the domain will enter a 30-day Redemption Grace Period.

If you wish to renew your domain name during the holding period or while it is in redemption, and it has not otherwise been purchased by a third party, you may be able to restore the domain name. We reserve the right to charge you a reactivation fee of $70.00 (in additional to the annual renewal fee) in the event you are able to renew your domain name during either the holding or redemption period.
Once the redemption period ends, most registries hold a domain name for a period of five days before deleting it and releasing it again for general registration. During this five-day pending deletion process, a domain name is not recoverable.

Yes, you may change the registrar sponsoring your domain name (60 days after intial registration.) For details on the transfer process, contact the registrar you would like to assume sponsorship of the registration.

A gTLD is a generic top level domain. It is the top-level domain of an Internet address, for example: .com, .net and .org. In addition, seven new gTLDs were also selected by ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) on November 16, 2000. These are: .aero (for the entire aviation community); .biz (for business purposes); .coop (for cooperatives); .info (unrestricted); .museum (for museums); .name (for personal names); .pro (for professionals).

A ccTLD is a country code top-level domain, for example: .mx for Mexico. These ccTLDs are administered independently by nationally designated registration authorities. There are currently 252 ccTLDs reflected in the database of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). WIPO, which has a ccTLD Program, has launched a database portal, facilitating online searches for information related to country code top level domains.

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