Have you developed online resources, websites, real-world projects and products or created a tech start up in Australia or New Zealand? 

Have your efforts helped make the Internet a more inclusive, accessible and safe place?

Then you can apply for an ANZIA.

The ANZIAs are closed for 2016, but if you'd like to be kept informed about the 2017 awards program you can register for news updates here.

Why do we have the ANZIAs?

The Internet has the power to transform, teach, engage, inspire, but what it does best is connect. We at auDA, the regulatory body for the .au domain name space, recognise that the interconnectivity the Internet offers helps to build a stronger, competitive, more inclusive future for all Australians.

As part of our roles, auDA and InternetNZ (whose mission it is to promote the Internet's benefits and uses and protect its potential) have been working hard at supporting organisations, businesses and individuals (our stakeholders) who make an important contribution to the development of the Internet in both countries, with our ANZIAs (Australia & New Zealand Internet Awards).

There are six ANZIA categories to choose from and you can nominate one initiative for more than one category.


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