If you need to search for a high quality product/service—or if you’re looking for places that will give your business a fair listing—you’ll want to use a site that makes the whole process easier. Here are 20 of the top Australian business directories to save you the effort searching! We have also added (DA) which is a metric of domain authority/trust for each domain. Adding your business to these 20 listings will also assist with building links to your website if you need help with adding your business please contact us.

  1. Yellow Pages (DA 67): With over 9 million online searches made every month, Yellow Pages has become the go-to for connecting consumers with Australian businesses and services. On top of business advertising, Yellow Pages has now begun to offer help with marketing, e-commerce, and websites.

http://www.yellowpages.com.au/

  1. True Local (DA 67): Since 2006 True Local has made searching for Australian businesses easy by incorporating reviews, photos, and location consideration into their search results. Their information comes from both businesses and third party content suppliers to ensure that users receive a comprehensive business report.

http://www.truelocal.com.au/

  1. StartLocal (DA 60): As a specifically local business directory and search engine, StartLocal is currently boasting over 7 million visitors each year. As a business owner they can also offer you the opportunity to be put in front of 20 million or more viewers instantly.

http://www.startlocal.com.au/

  1. Yelp (DA 64): Yelp does more than connect users with great local businesses; it also allows you to find events, talk to other Yelpers, and make better decisions with over 102 million reviews. Yelp can also be used as a mobile app, allowing prospective customers to search business listings on the go!

http://www.yelp.com.au/

  1. White Pages (DA 62): white pages provides people with the information needed to contact both businesses and house residents.

http://www.whitepages.com.au/

  1. Local (DA 51): Having begun in 1999, Local is a veteran in its industry. It was once a popular printed business guide until it had become one of the very first online local business directories. With this much experience in the industry, Local is definitely a safe choice for business searches and listings alike.

http://local.com.au/

  1. AussieWeb (DA 57): AussieWeb prides itself on being “Australia’s best free local search directory!” Businesses simply add their details into AussieWeb and people will begin to find them.

http://aussieweb.com.au/

  1. dLook (DA 63): With over 1.7 million business listings available online and plenty of great reviews, dLook is certainly a reputable business guide. There are options to pay money and receive premium content, but even businesses with a tight budget can benefit from the dLook’s free performance analysis and option to add special offers onto their listing.

http://www.dlook.com.au/

  1. Word of Mouth (DA 64): As Australia’s no.1 business review site, Word of Mouth gives good businesses the merit that they deserve—and the bad businesses a shunning. With over 509,000 customer reviews, it certainly achieves its goal of helping consumers make better business choices.

http://www.womo.com.au/

  1. Local Business Guide (DA 51): Local Business Guide’s goal is to help businesses promote themselves on high quality listings without receiving a hefty bill. On top of their extensive listing details, Local Business Guide gives users the option to post product listings and press releases/articles to further promote their business.

http://www.localbusinessguide.com.au/

  1. Brownbook (DA 62): “The Global Business Listing Database” optimises their business listings for major search engines, providing businesses with an improved site ranking.

http://www.brownbook.net/

  1. Australian Guide (DA 50): Australian Guide not only provides business listings, but it also gives blogs and websites the opportunity to advertise their page too.

http://www.australianguide.net/

  1. POIDB (DA 45): POIDB lets you plan out things to do and destinations to see by searching their online database of local services and businesses. Members also have access to discounted products and exclusive deals.

http://poidb.com/

  1. Bloo (DA 48): bloo aims at becoming the online business directory of choice by monitoring trends and keeping up to date with the latest technology. They keep ‘true bloo’ to this goal by continuously innovating and providing users with more value for their money.

http://bloo.com.au/

  1. Fyple (DA 50): Fyple provides in-depth listings of over 1 million companies. Leave a review, add your business, find phone numbers and discover websites for absolutely no cost at all.

http://www.fyple.biz/

  1. Yalwa (DA 52): Find, rate, and share millions of business listings with Yalwa. By advertising a diverse range of industries you’ll be sure to find the business you need. All customers need to do is search and browse!

http://www.yalwa.com.au

  1. Come On Aussie (DA 49): Come On Aussie’s tagline ‘Australian Websites on Show’ says it all. Browse or advertise local Australian websites to either find the product/service you need or to advertise your own!

http://comeonaussie.com/

  1. LocalStore (DA 52): By utilising their mobile website, high search engine rankings and user-friendly search functions, businesses can begin to see their online presence improve as easily as connecting with Facebook. With the option to edit your free listing at any time, LocalStore is a great place to search for up to date listings and to add your own!

http://www.localstore.com.au/

  1. BusinessListings (DA 52): By providing comprehensive profiles of Australian businesses, BusinessListings succeeds in connecting the ideal clients to the right product/service providers. This business directory is a great way to attract free online sales leads or find the right business for your needs.

http://www.businesslistings.net.au/

  1. Wampit (DA 43): Rich content business advertising is wampit’s specialty. By coupling content submitted by business owners with integrated licensed data, wampit has set itself apart from other business directories that only allow basic details in their listings. With over 250,000 unique monthly visits, it’s hard to argue against wampit being a leader in the industry.

http://wampit.com.au/

  1. Hotfrog (DA 60): Since they began in 2005, Hotfrog has persisted in its efforts to create the perfect online service for businesses wishing to get their unique voice heard. Hotfrog will not only let you post a standard business listing, but it also provides insights as to which keywords are most successful and an opportunity to advertise coupons for your business.

With all of these business directories to choose from, you’re sure to find a great place to advertise your business or find the service you need in no time.

http://www.hotfrog.com.au/

Other Directory – https://www.purelocal.com.au (DA 50) – Australian business directory.