InternetNZ operates the registry for .nz, which means that we keep the definitive register of .nz domain names. In .nz the registry system is known as the New Zealand Shared Registry System (SRS) which was originally developed in 2002 and has undergone continuous development since that time.
The registry provides docs.internetnz.nz microsite for our services documentation including:
The Registrar Portal allows registrars to access their billing information, statistics and other general resources from the Registry.
The Registrar Portal is available for registered users via https://registrars.internetnz.nz
Becoming a Registrar
To become a registrar you must first apply to Domain Name Commission Ltd (DNC) to become an Authorised Registrar. DNC is responsible for authorising entities to become .nz registrars.
Further information on the application process can be obtained from the following sites: