The id.au is for individuals in Australia.
To be eligible for a id.au domain name, registrants must be:
- an Australian citizen; or an Australian resident.
Domain names in the id.au space must either be:
- exactly match the registrant’s personal name; or
- be an acronym or abbreviation of the registrant’s personal name; or
- be otherwise closely and substantially connected to the registrant, because the domain name: (i) is derived from one or more words of the registrant's personal name; or (ii) includes one or more words of the registrant's personal name; or (iii) is a personal name by which the registrant is known.
.id.au domains be at least 2 characters long; b) contain only letters (a-z), numbers (0-9) and hyphens (-), or a combination of these; c) start and end with a number or a letter, not a hyphen; and d) not contain hyphens in the third and fourth position (eg. ab--cd.com.au).
How many .id.au domains can I register
There are no restriction on the number of domain names that may be licensed by a registrant. A registrant must simply meet the eligibility requirements to be able to register .id.au domain names.
You do not need an ABN or ACN choose "other" and enter "not required".