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Australian Settlements Limited(ASL) BSB Number list

Below is the complete list of Australian Settlements Limited(ASL) Branches and respective BSB numbers across the Australia.
State City Address Postal Code BSB Number BSB Name
ACT Deakin 16 Thesiger Court 2600 572-200 Australian Settlements Limited
ACT Deakin 16 Thesiger Court 2600 572-300 Australian Settlements Limited
NSW Albury 492 Olive Street 2640 579-990 Hume Building Society Limited
NSW Armidale 97-101 Faulkner Street 2350 579-905 Armidale Building Society Limited
NSW Bathurst 161 Howick Street 2795 579-898 The Mitchell Building Society Ltd
NSW Hamilton 103 Tudor Street 2303 579-903 Australian Settlements Limited
NSW Maitland 417 High Street 2320 579-900 Maitland Mutual Building Soc Ltd
NSW Newcastle 307 King Street 2300 579-988 Newcastle Permanent Building Soc
NSW Wollongong 253-259 Crown Street 2500 579-989 Illawarra Mutual Building Soc Ltd
NSW Wollongong 253-259 Crown Street 2500 579-999 IMB Building Society
QLD Bundaberg 16-20 Barolin Street 4670 579-931 Wide Bay Australia Ltd
QLD Bundaberg 16-20 Barolin Street 4670 579-932 Wide Bay Capricorn Building Soc Ltd
QLD Rockhampton Cnr Archer and Bolsover Streets 4700 579-937 The Rock Building Society Limited
QLD Toowoomba 400 Ruthven Street 4350 579-934 Heritage Bank Limited
TAS Launceston 87 Brisbane Street 7250 579-913 Bass & Equitable Building Soc Ltd
VIC South Melbourne Level 14 114 Albert Road 3205 579-925 Big Sky Building Society Limited

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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.
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