.gov.au Domain Names
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From: Ben Fairless
Dear Digital Transformation Office,
Is it possible to get a list of all .gov.au sub domains?
From: FOI Inbox
Contact: FOI Coordinator
Email: [DTO request email]
9 November 2018
Dear Mr Fairless
Please find below response from the Digital Transformation Agency in
relation to your request dated 10 October 2018.
I refer to your request for information on a list of all .gov.au sub
Your request was received by the agency on 10 October 2018. The 30 day
statutory period for processing your request commenced from the day after
that date. As today is 9 November 2018, I am satisfied that this request
has been answered within the required period.
I am also satisfied that the DTA will not be charging for the processing
of the information provided in this correspondence, this may change
however if further correspondence is required.
This response has been delivered to the email address through which you
originally requested the information.
A list of gov.au subdomains can be accessed using a recently published
The data set was created by a whole of government web crawl, the web crawl
was informed by a seed list of URLs extracted from the Australian
Government Organisations Register (AGOR), also available at:
Also included is a one-off report (derived from the web crawl dataset),
showing a list of third-level *.gov.au domains that resolved during the
August 2018 web crawl.
FOI applicants can request that the Australian Information Commissioner
(Information Commissioner) review a decision made by an agency or minister
under the FOI Act under certain circumstances. You can find out more about
this at https://www.oaic.gov.au/freedom-of-infor....
List of gov.au domains resolving August 2018.
Chief Technology Officer
Digital Transformation Agency