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 The Australian BSB (Bank/ State/ Branch) code is a 6-digit code that precedes the actual bank account number which is used to identify individual branch of a financial institution in Australia. The first 3 digits represent the bank institution code, and the last 3 digits represent the actual branch code for the beneficiary account. The BSB code is required for all wires going to Australia.
Find the BSB Number of desired Bank/Branch by selecting State-City-Bank or select Bank from the major bank list given below.

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NSW > Sydney > CUS

Credit Unions(CUS): BSB Numbers

State: NSW
City: Sydney
Address Postal Code BSB Number BSB Name
Level 31 Chifley Tower 2 Chifley Sq, Sydney 2000 702-540 Investec Australia (Bank) Ltd
Level 16 9 Castlereagh Street, Sydney 2000 704-355 Hanover Consumer Finance Pty Ltd
Level 16 9 Castlereagh Street, Sydney 2000 704-360 Australian Finance Direct Pty Ltd
Level 3 222 Pitt Street, Sydney 2000 704-951 The Uniting Church (NSW) Trust
Level 6 45 Clarence Street, Sydney 2000 704-960 RESIMAC Ltd
Level 2 St Andrews House, Sydney 2000 704-998 Glebe Admin Board

BSB Numbers for other Banks in the City: Sydney

Adelaide Bank(ADL) BSB Number Advance Bank(ADV) BSB Number
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd(ANZ) BSB Number Arab Bank Australia(ARA) BSB Number
Bank of America(BAL) BSB Number Bendigo Bank(BBL) BSB Number
Bank of China Australia(BCA) BSB Number Bank of Melbourne(BML) BSB Number
BNP Paribas(BNP) BSB Number Bank of China Australia(BOC) BSB Number
Bank of Melbourne(BOM) BSB Number Bank of Tokyo(BOT) BSB Number
Bank SA(BSA) BSB Number BT Financial Group(BTA) BSB Number
Bankwest(BWA) BSB Number Commonwealth Bank of Australia(CBA) BSB Number
Campbell Brothers Limited(CBL) BSB Number JP Morgan Chase Bank(CMB) BSB Number
COM(COM) BSB Number Credit Unions(CRU) BSB Number
Commonwealth Bank Group(CST) BSB Number Citibank(CTI) BSB Number
Credit Unions(CUS) BSB Number Deutsche Bank Australia(DBA) BSB Number
ING Bank(GNI) BSB Number GTW(GTW) BSB Number
HSBC Bank Australia(HBA) BSB Number HSBC Bank Australia(HSB) BSB Number
Industrial And Commercial Bank of Australia(IBK) BSB Number Industrial And Commercial Bank of Australia(ICB) BSB Number
ING Bank(ING) BSB Number Investec Bank (Australia) Limited(INV) BSB Number
Laiki Bank(LBA) BSB Number Macquarie Bank(MBL) BSB Number
Mizuho Corporate Bank(MCB) BSB Number Suncorp Metway(MET) BSB Number
Tyro Payments(MSL) BSB Number National Australia Bank(NAB) BSB Number
OCBC Bank(OCB) BSB Number Police Dept Employees C/U Ltd(PCU) BSB Number
Rabobank(PIB) BSB Number Reserve Bank of Australia(RBA) BSB Number
Royal Bank of Scotland(RBS) BSB Number SGE Credit Union(SGE) BSB Number
St. George Bank Limited(SGP) BSB Number State Street Bank And Trust Company(SSB) BSB Number
St George Bank(STG) BSB Number Taiwan Business Bank(TBB) BSB Number
UBS AG(UBS) BSB Number Uniting Financial Services(UFS) BSB Number
United Overseas Bank(UOB) BSB Number Westpac Banking Corporation(WBC) BSB Number
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  What is BSB Number?
The Australian BSB (Bank/ State/ Branch) code is a 6-digit code that precedes the actual bank account number which is used to identify individual branch of a financial institution in Australia. The first 3 digits represent the bank institution code, and the last 3 digits represent the actual branch code for the beneficiary account. The BSB code is required for all wires going to Australia.
 BSB Number is used in Australian Paper Clearing System (APCS) and Bulk Electronic Clearing System (BECS) payment systems. In APCS payment system, BSB and Account number are used to identify the account to be debited and are printed on the cheque. Meanwhile in BECS system, BSB and account numbers are used when transferring funds via the Direct Entry System. Read more..
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