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It’s about all of us

As one of Australia’s largest companies, we have a strong role to play in helping to create positive social, economic and environmental impact, for the benefit of all.

We’re doing this by backing the people, organisations and ideas that have the potential to shape the future of Australia.

Shaping the future

We’re backing innovation and helping make a meaningful difference.

Backing renewables

We’ve committed to sourcing 100% of our electricity from renewable sources by 2025, helping in the transition to a lower carbon economy.

Helping farmers

Samantha Nixon – one of our Westpac Scholars – is researching how spider venom can be used to treat painful drug-resistant parasites in sheep.

Reducing waste

We’re helping Westpac Scholar Leela Dilkes-Hoffman explore a future where plastic never becomes waste or pollution and Westpac Foundation grant recipient, Green Collect to keep “hard to recycle” items out of landfill.

Get $50 on us!

Get $50 with a new Westpac Choice everyday bank account.

Apply online by 28th January 2021, and deposit $500 and make 5 eligible purchases within 30 days. Under 30? You can also apply in branch. New transaction account customers only. T&Cs apply# 

Why Westpac Choice?

  • $0 monthly service fee
    You’ll pay no monthly service fee for as long as you’re under 21 or a full time student. Other fees may apply
  • Debit Mastercard®
    Why carry cash when you’ve got a Debit Mastercard? It’s more secure and you can use it to spend your own money to shop online or in stores (if you’re under 14 you’ll get a Handycard) 1
  • Online banking + Westpac app
    More than just a place to check your balance, Westpac Online Banking has heaps of tools and functions to help you manage your money, plus you can take your bank wherever you go when you download the Westpac Mobile Banking app on your phone
Things you should know

1. Debit Mastercard holders need to be at least 14 years of age, and have an Australian residential address to be eligible for the card. If you're not eligible for a Debit Mastercard, apply for a Handycard to access your account.