A domain name establishes your identity on the Internet. It can tell people where you are @ for email and it can provide an address for a website.
If you are thinking about developing a presence on the Internet but are not yet ready to take the plunge, you may want to register the domain you would like to use to avoid the disappointment of later finding it has been taken by someone else.
As an Authorised Registrar for the .nz country code Top Level Domain (ccTLD), we are more than happy to register (and provide services for) a .nz domain. This includes .nz International Domain Names (IDNs) using the 5 Māori macronised vowels (further information about IDNs can be found on the DNC's web site). You may choose to use us only as your Registrar or you may later choose to add one or more of our other services.
Through a partnership agreement with a global Domain Registrar, we are able to register and provide services for .org, .net, .com, .info, .name and .biz generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs).
In the not too distant future, ICANN are hoping to approve many new gTLDs. We intend to add as many of these as we are able so do check back from time to time.
We are also able to register and provide services for .cc, .co, .tv and .uk ccTLDs. If another ccTLD is of interest please contact us and we will endeavour to add it to our system.