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Stay up to date by connecting your transaction accounts to your accounting software or third party service provider in a few simple steps through Westpac Online Banking.

You can connect or disconnect this feature anytime via Westpac Online Banking without any forms or paperwork. This will help you save time and reduce manual data entry from your business accounts, making it easier to reconcile your transactions and be in control of your cash flow.

To connect your accounts, please log into Westpac Online Banking using a desktop or laptop PC (Bank Feeds is not available using a mobile phone).


Once this is successfully activated, your transaction data will be sent to your nominated accounting software provider for your registered Westpac Accounts* daily.

For more information on how to setup, refer to the Connect Bank Feeds how-to guide.



Bank feeds

Compatible Bank Feeds third party service providers

You can establish this feature to the following compatible third party service provider:


Watch how easy it is to set up Bank Feeds

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can connect multiple accounts at once. Please refer to Connect/Disconnect Bank Feeds how-to guide for further instructions.

Please allow up to one business day for Bank Feeds to be connected to your third party service provider.

If a third party service provider is not appearing in the drop down menu in Westpac Online banking, you may need to check if your provider is registered with Westpac.

Any user changes will not impact or delete Bank Feeds once they have been connected. You may need to disconnect Bank Feeds if user access or network access levels change. Please refer to Connect/Disconnect Bank Feeds how-to guide for further instructions.

Most transaction and savings accounts can be linked to bank feeds through Online Banking. Accounts with multiple authorisations for transactions, credit cards and loan accounts are not able to be linked. 

To import transactions to your accounting software for current credit cards or loans you can export the transactions. View help guide here.

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Biz Invoice is an easy to use invoicing feature available now with a Business One Low or High transaction account.

Terms and conditions and eligibility criteria apply. Find out more

Things you should know

Read the Westpac Online Banking Terms and Conditions (PDF 1MB) before making a decision.

*Not all accounts are eligible to be included in a feed. These can include loan accounts and accounts requiring multiple authorisations for transactions.

Note: Bank Feed must be set up with Third Party Service Provider before it can be connected in Westpac Online Banking. If your Third Party Service Provider does not appear in the drop down menu in Westpac Online Banking, you may need to check that your provider is registered with Westpac. Should there be any changes in your user access or network access levels, you may need to disconnect your Bank Feed(s) as any access changes will not impact bank feeds.