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For businesses that mainly transact electronically


Business One Low Plan

  • Unlimited electronic transactions
  • 25 free transactions per month (includes staff-assisted and cheque transactions)
  • $10 Monthly Plan Fee.
 
Open an account in less than 10 minutes

 

For businesses with a high number of transactions


Business One High Plan

  • Unlimited electronic transactions
  • 60 free transactions per month (includes staff-assisted and cheque transactions)
  • $20 Monthly Plan Fee.
 
Open an account in less than 10 minutes

 

For businesses that make a low number of transactions


Business Flexi

  • No monthly service fee
  • Pay as you go fee structure, meaning you only pay for the transactions you make.
  • Tiered interest paid on certain balances

 

 

 


Foreign Currency Accounts

Make and receive payments in a foreign currency to help manage your cash flow.

 

  • No monthly account maintenance fee
  • There is no minimum amount required to open a Foreign Currency Account
  • Accounts available in a range of foreign currencies
  • Can be electronically accessed via Westpac Live for making and viewing transactions


Community Solutions One

Everyday transaction account specially designed for not-for-profit organisations.

 

  • No monthly service fee
  • Unlimited electronic transactions and staff assisted transactions (including cheque)

 

 

 

Things you should know

Deposit Accounts for Business Customers Terms and Conditions (PDF 339KB)

Online Banking Terms and Conditions

To be eligible to apply for Business One - Low Plan, Business One - High Plan or Business Flexi, your business must be registered in Australia.

Westpac Community Solutions Cheque Account is available for not-for-profit organisations including companies operating on a non profit or charitable basis. Westpac reserves the right, with at least 30 days written notice, to change the account to a Westpac Business One - Low Plan if it considers that the account is being used for profit-making purposes.