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Which Westpac banks are closing in Victoria?

Which Westpac banks are closing in Victoria?

The latest branches to be closed down by Westpac are: Burwood, Newcomb, Carnegie, and Preston in Victoria, and Sorrell in Tasmania. Bank of Melbourne branches at Clayton and Port Melbourne will also close. A total of 36 staff face the loss of their jobs or redeployment.

Is Westpac the same as Bank of Melbourne?

The Bank of Melbourne is a financial institution based in Melbourne, Australia, established in 1989 and taken over by the Westpac Banking Corporation (Westpac) in 1997. In 2004, Westpac rebranded the Bank of Melbourne branches as Westpac branches.

Can Westpac use Commonwealth ATM?

You can use any Australian debit card at CommBank, ANZ, NAB or Westpac ATMs Australia-wide and pay no ATM withdrawal fees. You don’t need to be a customer of these banks either, all you need is an Australian debit card (not a prepaid Visa or MasterCard).

Which Westpac branches are closing in Australia?

Westpac, Bank of Melbourne and St. George branch locations will close permanently in:

  • Victoria: Bentleigh; Colac; Eltham; Greythorn; Leongatha; Morwell; Portland; Reservoir; South Yarra; Werribee.
  • NSW: Glen Innes; Kiama; Lavington; Leura; Wauchope; Cronulla; Kingsgrove.
  • Queensland: Nambour; New Farm; Toombul.

How many Westpac branches are closing?

The banking group has confirmed it will be closing branches under the Westpac, Bank of Melbourne or St. George brands in more than 20 locations.

Can I deposit Westpac at Bank of Melbourne?

Yes. Bank of Melbourne remains part of Australia’s largest network of regional bank brands, including St. George, BankSA and Westpac ATMs. Will other ATMs charge a fee?

What ATMs can Westpac use?

A Westpac Debit Mastercard® lets you access your own money to withdraw local currency at ATMs and to make purchases, wherever Mastercard® is accepted. You can use your Handycard to withdraw local currency from selected ATMs where Cirrus/Maestro is accepted.

Can I deposit Bank of Melbourne at Westpac?

Can I pay cash into my bank account at the post office?

If you can get to a post office, you can just pop in and: Withdraw cash from your usual bank account using your card. Pay cash into your usual bank account using a card or paying-in slip. Check your bank balance using your card.

Is Bank of Melbourne part of Westpac?

Westpac Group comprises of six major divisions: Consumer: Serving customers in Australia with a range of banking products under the brands of Westpac, St. George, BankSA, Bank of Melbourne and RAMS. Business: Serving the needs of small to medium businesses and commercial and agribusiness customers across Australia.

Which Westpac branches are closing in Melbourne?

A spokesperson for the Westpac Group confirmed to Mortgage Business that the following branches are set to close: NSW: Glen Innes; Kiama; Lavington; Leura; Wauchope; Cronulla; Kingsgrove. Victoria: Bentleigh; Colac; Eltham; Greythorn; Leongatha; Morwell; Portland; Reservoir; South Yarra; Werribee.

How many branches does Westpac have in Australia?

1,204 branches

Headquarters at Westpac Place, Sydney
Founded 8 April 1817 (as the Bank of New South Wales) 4 May 1982 (as Westpac)
Headquarters Westpac Place, Sydney
Number of locations 1,204 branches 3,222 ATMs
Area served Worldwide

Why is Westpac closing branches?

“Westpac is deserting its customers and its staff by closing branches to shore up its profits,” Ms Angrisano said. “This shutdown of so many branches is of major concern to our members and will impact on a large number of staff, banking customers and businesses around Australia.”

Is Bendigo bank owned by Westpac?

Bendigo Bank and Adelaide Bank are owned by the company Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, which was formed by the merger of the two banks in 2007. The company also owns Rural Bank, Community Bank, Up, Delphi Bank and Alliance Bank.

How much money can you get out of a Westpac ATM?

Get Cash limit of 3 withdrawals per day applies, subject to $500 daily withdrawal limit and $1,000 weekly withdrawal limit. Only available at Westpac ATMs in Australia. To access cardless cash on your mobile you must be registered to use Westpac Online Banking and download the Westpac Mobile Banking App.