BSB Code Australia and New Zealand

A Bank State Branch (often abbreviated and used in conversation as "BSB") is the name used in Australia and New Zealand for a bank code, which is a branch identifier. Both countries use an identifier consisting of a six digit numerical code that identifies an individual branch of an Australian and New Zealand financial institution. The BSB is normally used in association with the bank account number. (The structure of the BSB + account number does not permit for account numbers to be transferable between banks.) However, the New Zealand and Australian systems are only for use in domestic transactions and are incompatible with each other. For international transfers a SWIFT identifier is used in addition to the BSB identifier and a bank account number
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BSB code can used to search the Bank details like Bank Name or Branch address or city or post code etc.
eg. If you need to search ANZ bank BSD code ,you can enter the search box with ÁNZ
or if you know the branch name (any word), postcode, city,state , input the same in the search box and search eg: 'Sydney CBD North'

BSB Code- Enter Branch or Bank Name or Bank Address any words to search