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Help kids learn good money habits with our Bump Savings account. Your child can also get rewarded with bonus interest1 for regular saving and you can stay on track together with adjustable parental control2.

High school starters


Start saving with a Bump Savings account with Savings Goals3 and get rewarded with bonus interest1 each month your balance grows. You can also shop and get cash out with our Westpac Choice bank account4 and Debit Mastercard.



Starting a part-time job? Learn to manage your income and spending with an everyday account4 and master your savings with a Bump Savings account. Get rewarded for saving with bonus interest1 and add up to six savings goals3.

Young adults


Whether you’re studying, in a gap year or starting work, we have an everyday account4 that can help you track and manage your money and a savings account with Savings Goals3 that can reward you with bonus interest1.



Manage your money and bills with ease from your Westpac Choice bank4 account with a linked Debit Mastercard5. You can also get rewarded for growing your savings with a Westpac Life savings account with bonus interest1.

Under 18? Get $30 on us

Open a Choice transaction account at the same time as your Bump Savings account then deposit at least $100 into your savings within 30 days - and we'll give you $30. T&Cs apply.

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Manage your child's pocket money the simple way

Pocket money linked to chores works best when it's regular and consistent. In the Westpac App, you can set up, amend, put on hold, and track Pocket Money payments to your child's bank account.

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Banking should be safe for our kids

With account activity notifications for parents, sensible limits on online banking payments, simpler payment options, and more - we’re encouraging safe and secure banking habits.

Financial literacy for kids and teens

We're here to help teach kids and teens how to better manage their money with simple lessons, tips and tricks to help them build good money habits to get ahead and stay ahead.

Learn how to make the most of your money

You might learn about econ or maths in school, but nobody ever really teaches you how to actually use money in everyday life. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Year13 to give you the rundown on earning, spending, and saving your money in the big wide world.

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Things you should know


1. Bonus interest: payable each month that you: make a deposit to the account, ensure the account balance is higher at the end than the beginning of the month, and keep the account balance above $0. For bonus interest qualification, a month means from 11.59pm on the last business day of the previous month to 11.59pm on the last business day of the current month. A business day means any weekday from Monday to Friday, excluding weekends and national public holidays.

2.  Parental Control: Parents, grandparents, or guardians must be an account signatory to have Parental Control. Child must be registered for Westpac Online Banking and Westpac Telephone Banking to access accounts online or over the phone.  For children under 12 years of age: Parental Control is mandatory, and self-service Telephone Banking is not available.  For children aged 12 years and over: Parental Control is optional and access levels can be amended by the child at any time. Parental Control does not apply to a child’s access to funds in branch, however a signatory must authorise branch withdrawals where a child is under 8 and a debit card is not available.

3. Savings Goals: Both an account holder and an account signatory (where applicable) can use the Savings Goals feature, including to view, add, edit and delete the savings goals on a Bump Savings or Westpac Life account.

4. Westpac everyday account: To open a Westpac Life account, customers must hold a Westpac everyday account in the same name and be registered for Online and Phone Banking.  Fees and charges may apply on the everyday account. For Westpac Bump Savings account, this can be in the name of the child or a parent signatory. Transfers made by the child are subject to any Parental Controls.

5. Debit Mastercard®: Choice for youth account, the eligible card age is 8. For any other transaction account, the eligible card age is 14. You must have an Australian residential address. 

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