The Domain Name Drop List shows the date and time that Domain Names are eligible to be purged. When a Domain Name is purged, it becomes available for registration according to the policy of the Regulator. Unless restored the Domain Name will be purged at the next Purge Cycle, also as defined in Regulator Policy. The Purge Cycle is an automated process within the Domain Name Registry System.
Please note the date and time associated with the Domain Name in the lists below are represented in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).
Expired Domain Names
This list shows Domain Names which have passed through the Expiry Process in the Domain Name Registry System and are eligible to be purged. These Domain Names generally cannot be recovered and will purge at the next cycle that occurs NO EARLIER THAN the date and eligible purge time (1:30pm AEST) listed in the report below.
Deleted Domain Names
This list shows Domain Names which have been deleted at the request of either the Regulator based on established policy or the sponsoring registrar. These Domain Names will purge at the next cycle that occurs NO EARLIER THAN the date and time (1:00pm AEST) listed in the report below. Domain Names appearing on this list may be restored by the sponsoring registrar at any time up until they are purged. Once they are purged, they will become available for registration.