How to Bank 24/7
Online and Mobile Banking
Frequently Asked Questions
Online Banking FAQs
Frequently asked questions about Online and Mobile Banking.
Other ways to bank
Phone Banking 24/7*
Phone Banking provides 24/7 access to funds, allowing you to obtain account balances, transfer funds and pay bills.
Use your credit or debit card at over 3,500 Australia Post outlets to make deposits and withdrawals, account balance enquiries and pay credit card bills.
Find your nearest Bank@Post at auspost.com.au/locate and then click on More services followed by Finance & Insurance.
Passbooks aren’t accepted at Australia Post outlets. If you have a Passbook, talk to us about banking services to suit you.
Find a branch or ATM
You can make fee-free ATM withdrawals at most major bank ATMs in Australia. If you’re overseas we have more than 50,000 ATMs available through our Global Alliance partners which you can use (conditions, charges and other fees may apply).
Withdraw cash without a card from any Westpac, St.George, Bank of Melbourne or BankSA ATM, anytime on eligible accounts using a cash code through our Mobile Banking app.
Depositing cheques by post
You can send your cheques to us to deposit into your account as long as you include a Westpac Deposit Slip pre-printed with your unique BSB and account number. Here’s how to deposit your cheques by post.
Things you should know
*Please read the Online Banking Terms and Conditions, or Phone Banking Terms and Conditions, at westpac.com.au before making a decision and consider whether either of these products are right for you.
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Eligibility conditions apply. Westpac customers who wish to utilise these special relief measures or need assistance should contact Westpac Assist on 1800 067 497 or speak with their Relationship Manager.
Interest rates are subject to change. Terms and Conditions and eligibility criteria apply.
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