Domain Registration

.com $16.00/yr

.store $8.99/yr

.biz $8.99/yr

.net $12.65/yr

.info $8.99/yr

.us $8.99/yr

.org $17.71/yr

.xyz $8.99/yr

.world $8.99/yr $12.73/yr

.co $8.99/yr

.live $8.99/yr

Australian domain registration tld and a range of other top TLD domains are available to be registered through WebJex.

What separates us apart from other providers is our commitment to keeping our fees low. We believe that running a website can be costly enough which is why we also encourage new customers to get in touch so that we can assess your existing site setup and come up with a cost-effective plan for your website.

All of our domains come with a DNS portal where you can log in and manage your account and add additional services such as SSL to your domain and upgrade your existing hosting plan with us.

We’ll point your domain for you for free

After registration, you can get in touch with our support with details of your provider’s nameservers and we will point your DNS to your chosen web host for free if it isn’t with WebJex.

We take pride in helping people get set up with their website as quickly as possible so that they cant get on with the more important things of running a website.

We are backed by the support of Crazy Domains

As a partner of Crazy Domains we are able to offer their products and services to our own customers are reduced prices. This means that you get the very best website services available to you at lower rates and when you combine your existing website services with us, you will save hundreds a year on website related costs.

About SSL Certificates

If you’re planning on selling products or services online you will need to provide extra security to your customers. Not only will this help you rank better in Google and generate more sales but it will increase trust and make your site PCI compliant.

You may already have SSL features with your current hosting package, but chances are it’s shared and the information packets don’t contain your business’s domain or name.

Every SSL Certificate comes with a $100,000 warranty for your business along with dozens of benefits and offers.

Frequently asked questions 

Why do I need to register a domain for 2 years?

The AuDa who is the authority of .au registrations has set requirements for the registration to be fixed for two years.

You can register a domain for a more extended period of time upon registration or renewing.

It is worth mentioning that it is a requirement to have a valid ABN.


What is a SSL certificate?

SSL certificate creates a secure connection from server to device. It uses an encryption key issued by a third party vender. When someone visits an https:// URL the padlock icon will appear this means that the information you are seeing is secure by verifying the publicly issues encryption key against the private key. This successful handshake creates a secure connection to the web server.

A SSL certificate is what your SSL certificate provider issues to you. Their job is for their servers to process the signing requests and verify each secure connection created by a browser session that is then verified by the webserver. 

What is domain privacy?

Domains regardless of the tld (.com or .nz etc) have records attached to the domain that are publicly available upon to perform to what is referred to as a ‘Whois lookup’.

This is what a unprotected domain would output on a WHOIS lookup.

Domain Name: WEBJEX.COM.AU 
Registry Domain ID: D407400000000263776-AU 
Registrar WHOIS Server: 
Registrar URL: 
Last Modified: 2019-02-05T00:19:07Z 
Registrar Name: Web Address Registration Pty Ltd 
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: 
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: 
Reseller Name: 
Status: serverRenewProhibited 
Registrant Contact ID: R-021869885-SN 
Registrant Contact Name: Michael Carter 
Registrant Contact Email: 
Tech Contact ID: C-001097555-SN 
Tech Contact Name: Michael Carter 
Tech Contact Email: 
DNSSEC: unsigned 
Registrant ID: ABN 60958855118 
Eligibility Type: Sole Trader 

Typically information like personal e-mail, address can be displayed that were entered at time of registration which could be unwanted.

Thankfully, there’s a way to mask this by essentially behind an organisational address that ‘administrates’ the domain. Therefore their information comes up.

If someone wanted to contact you, for example, to subpoena you to attend court because you ran an illegal site. That organisation once going through due diligence would pass on that information. So you can hide behind most organisations and prying eyes unless it’s a legal matter. 

What is a domain backorder?

When a domain is registered that you really want to register like or these domains may one day become available for registration.

A backorder allows you to set a pending registration on a domain and on the day of the expiry the domain will be registered under your name if it has expired.

A backorder is typically made when an inactive domain is nearing the end of the registration and is a last minute grab.

Domain is registered to my business. Should I still get domain privacy?

Yes, there are plenty of spammers that use the registrar lookup to obtain business e-mail addresses. Typically people who have their e-mail listed under their domain will have more spam in their inbox.

What is Domain Registration?

Domain registration allows you to register your chosen name as a domain if it is available to be registered.

To explain what a domain is in simple terms. A domain is what you type into your browser to access websites like or, and these are what is referred to as domains. Some domain registrations are more expensive than others, and some TLD’s are required to have a business registration number like an ABN to register a domain.

For example, domain registration require an ABN (Australian business number) to be registered. It is worth noting that the ABN holder is the legal lessee of the domain and the contact information that is down as the domain owner does not prove ownership.

Domains typically required to be registered for a minimum term of one year and need to be renewed in order for ownership to be retained.

What are the WebJex's nameservers?

What if I don't have an ABN to register a .au domain?

You run the risk of having your domain seized and deactivated by the registrar or having the domain possibly lawfully seized from you. As it is a requirement for an ABN to be entered upon registration, the ABN holder becomes the legal lessee of the domain, therefore, can request management of the domain even if they don’t specifically have access to the account it was registered under.

Can I transfer my domain to WebJex?

Yes you can. Your domain registrar would have an authentication code which is usually accessible in your control panel. Otherwise, your registrar would be able to provide you with this key upon request.

Why would I buy a domain on backorder?

Domains often keep there search ranking as there could be many links backlinking to the expiring domain. By registering the domain you can pass the link authority to your main website. However, this is getting on the topic of search engine optimisation itself.

PCI Compliant

If you run an online eCommerce store without a valid SSL certificate you breach industry compliance and risk being liable for damages.

Increased Security

Let your customers know that their information being sent is encrypted.

Increase SEO

Websites with SSL enabled rank higher on search engine results.

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