The domain name has registered.
TLD (Top level domain) of the domain name is com.au and SLD (Second level domain) length equals to 9..
It's seems appropriate for SEO and human-memorability.
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We haven't dedected registrant information.
For further raw whois information please take a look at the Whois section.
tigerbeer.com.au's A record assigned to 184.108.40.206 . if you want to see such as Name Server, CNAME, MX etc. please look at the DNS section.
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