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Australian Banks BSB Numbers

 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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Aberfoyle Park Adelaide Albert Park Aldinga Beach
Angaston Ardrossan Balaklava Barmera
Bedford Park Berri Blackwood Blair Athol
Booleroo Centre Bordertown Brighton Burra
Campbelltown Ceduna Christies Beach Clare
Cleve Clovelly Park Coober Pedy Cowell
Crystal Brook Daw Park Eastwood Edwardstown
Elizabeth Enfield Erindale Eudunda
Findon Firle Flinders Park Freeling
Fulham Fulham Gardens Gawler Gladstone
Glenelg Glenside Glynde Golden Grove
Goodwood Goolwa Greenacres Hahndorf
Hallett Cove Hawker Henley Beach Hilton
Hindmarsh Ingle Farm Jamestown Kadina
Kapunda Keith Kensington Kent Town
Kilkenny Kimba Kingscote Kingston Se
Kingswood Klemzig Lameroo Lobethal
Lock Lockleys Loxton Magill
Maitland Mannum Marden Mawson Lakes
Mclaren Vale Meningie Mile End Millicent
Minlaton Mitcham Modbury Modbury North
Moonta Morphett Vale Mount Barker Mount Compass
Mount Gambier Mount Pleasant Munno Para Murray Bridge
Myrtle Bank Naracoorte Newton Noarlunga Centre
North Adelaide Norwood Nuriootpa Oaklands Park
Orroroo Para Hills Park Holme Parkside
Penola Peterborough Pinnaroo Plympton
Port Adelaide Port Augusta Port Lincoln Port Pirie
Prospect Regency Park Renmark Reynella
Richmond Ridgehaven Riverton Robe
Rosewater East Roxby Downs Salisbury Salisbury Downs
Seacombe Gardens Seaford Sefton Park Semaphore
Smithfield St Agnes St Peters Stepney
Stirling Strathalbyn Streaky Bay Tailem Bend
Tanunda Tea Tree Gully Tintinara Torrens Park
Torrensville Tumby Bay Unley Victor Harbor
Waikerie Walkerville Wallaroo Wayville
Welland West Lakes Whyalla Whyalla Norrie
Willunga Wingfield Woodcroft Woodside
Woodville Woodville North Wudinna Yankalilla
Yorketown
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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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