Expired .SYDNEY Domains

Intended Use

Entities connected with Australia

.SYDNEY Registry Information

Whois Server

whois.nic.sydney

Registration Date

2014-10-30

Registration Price

$59.00 Annually

Registered Domains

6,930

Whois Privacy

No

.SYDNEY Top Registrars

Registrar name Registered domains Share, %
Dreamscape Networks International Pte Ltd 2,529 18.22%
Synergy Wholesale Pty Ltd 1,378 9.93%
Webcentral Group Limited dba Melbourne IT 1,369 9.86%
GoDaddy.com, LLC 838 6.04%
Key-Systems, LLC 457 3.29%
NameCheap, Inc. 339 2.44%
CSC Corporate Domains, Inc. 238 1.71%
Instra Corporation Pty Ltd. 187 1.35%
Tucows Domains Inc. 79 0.57%
MarkMonitor Inc. 74 0.53%

What is the .sydney domain name?

The .sydney domain is a top-level domain name (TLD) that is specific to Sydney, Australia. It was introduced in 2014 and is administered by the Australian domain name registry company auDA.

The .sydney domain name is open to all businesses and individuals based in Sydney or with a connection to the city.


What are the benefits of registering a .sydney domain name?

There are a number of benefits of registering a .sydney domain name, including:

- Increased visibility and brand awareness for businesses and individuals based in Sydney or with a connection to the city

- Easier identification for customers and clients looking for products or services from businesses based in Sydney

- Improved website security and online presence for businesses and individuals based in Sydney

– Increased visibility and recognition for your business or website among Sydney-based internet users

– More ways for Sydney-based internet users to find your website, resulting in greater web traffic

– Maximum security and reliability thanks to our secure online platform

– The ability to create a unique web presence that reflects your connection to Sydney

– The potential to rank higher in local search engine results pages (SERPs)


Where is .sydney available?

A .sydney domain name can be registered by any individual or business that is based in Australia. It can also be used by non-local organizations with a connection to the city.

This includes businesses seeking recognition among Sydney's key decision-makers, real estate agents advertising properties within Sydney, tour operators promoting attractions in Sydney, media companies carrying out an event or promotion in the city, IT support providers specializing in infrastructure for local businesses, recruitment agencies looking to fill vacancies in Sydney and many other potential uses.


What are the requirements for registering a .sydney domain name?

A .sydney domain name must be:

-1) be between 3 and 63 characters in length

-2) have only lowercase letters, numbers, and hyphens

-3) not be a reserved name or reserved keyword

-4) not be a trademark or service mark that belongs to someone else

-5) meet the general requirements of ICANN's registrants

There are no special requirements for registering a .sydney domain name - you can register as an individual, as part of a group, or through your business.


What are the benefits of registering a .sydney domain name?

First and foremost, it provides businesses and residents with an official online presence in Sydney. It also helps to promote Sydney as a leading global city. Additionally, it can help to improve your website's search engine ranking.

There are many benefits of registering a .sydney domain name.

-1) It is very easy to remember because it uses your city or town name.

-2) You can market yourself as an expert on the web within Sydney, Australia.

-3) Using .sydney allows you to build locality awareness.


How many characters are allowed in a .sydney domain name?

The number of characters that are allowed in a .sydney domain name includes 3 to 63 characters. The only requirements for these names are that they have only lowercase letters, numbers, and hyphens.

Additionally, there should not be any special characters included in these domain names besides hyphens. No spaces are permitted at all so there will be no need for "-" symbols to substitute them either.