Bank BSB and SWIFT codes in Australia


BSB (Bank-State-Branch) Number is a six digits numerical codes used to identify an individual branch of a financial institution in Australia. BSB Number is used in Australian Paper Clearing System (APCS) and Bulk Electronic Clearing System (BECS) payment systems.

The First two digits (XX) specify the parent financial institution.
Third digit (Y) specifies the state where the branch is located. (In theory)

1 = NSW
2 = ACT eg: Westpac Bank, Belconnen, ACT (BSB Number 032-712, 732-712)
2 = NSW eg: Westpac Bank, Coffs Harbour, NSW (BSB Number 032-585, 732-585)
2 = SA eg: Westpac Bank, Adelaide, SA (BSB Number 032-875)
3 = QLD eg: Westpac Bank, Toowong, QLD (BSB Number 033-814)
4 = QLD eg: Westpac Bank, Acacia Ridge, QLD (BSB Number 034-081, 734-081)
4 = NSW eg: Westpac Bank, Concord West, NSW (BSB Number 034-371, 734-371)
5 = NT
5 = QLD eg: Westpac Bank, Brisbane, QLD (BSB Number 035-821)
5 = SA eg:Westpac Bank, Adelaide, SA (BSB Number 035-002, 735-002)
5 = NSW eg: Westpac Bank, Concord West, NSW (BSB Number 035-647, 735-647)
6 = WA
6 = NSW eg:
7 = NSW eg:
7 = QLD eg: Westpac Bank, Brisbane City, QLD (BSB Number 037-804)
7 = TAS eg: Westpac Bank, Hobart, TAS (BSB Number 037-001, 737-001)
7 = SA eg: Westpac Bank, Lockleys, SA (BSB Number 037-128)
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Fourth, fifth and sixth digits (ZZZ) specify the branch location.

Bank Information..

Banks..

Building Society, Credit Unions etc..


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