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From Bondi to Alice Springs, access banking services wherever you post

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Bank@Post at Australia Post

Whether you live in Alexandria in New South Wales or Mount Isa in Queensland, you are sure to find a local Post office close by. With advancements in technology supporting online and mobile banking capabilities, the amount of ATM’s and bank branches across the nation are slowly declining.

While our branch network might be small, you’re able to access cash withdrawals and deposit services at participating Post Offices, through our partnership with Australia Post.

It’s important to us to ensure that all of our customers, no matter where you live are able to access banking services the way you want, when you want.

So, even if you’re not located near one of our Qudos Bank branches, you’re still able to withdraw and deposit cash when you need, in a convenient and flexible way, just visit one of over 3,500 participating Post Offices across Australia to bank through Bank@Post.

Bank@Post is an agency service provided by Australia Post on behalf of over 70 financial institutions. It’s available at participating Post Offices and provides a range of services including cash withdrawal and deposits, depositing cheques and paying your credit card bill. There’s no extra fees, so you can deposit funds and cheques with ease.

On the road or currently travelling? No matter where you are in Australia, access your Qudos Bank account at a participating Post office near you.

Where is my nearest Australia Post Office?

To locate your nearest Bank@Post office and trading hours visit auspost.com.au

At Qudos Bank we offer you the convenience of being able to access banking services the way that suits you and your lifestyle.

If you’d like to know more about the ways we can help you bank, visit our website or call us on 1300 747 747. We’re here to help.

  Disclaimer:

Qudos Mutual Limited trading as Qudos Bank ABN 53 087 650 557 AFSL/Australian Credit Licence 238 305. The information in this article is of a general nature and has been prepared without considering your objectives, financial situation or needs. Before acting on the information, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances.

Article published December 2019