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Bank Australia offers a range of business accounts to suit your specific business needs. We have put together a summary of each step, so you know exactly what to expect when opening a business account.

How to open an account

Step 1. Provide the necessary documents and information to us

Collect the information and documents in the checklist below and provide it to us. If you are not an existing customer of Bank Australia you will also need to meet our identification verification requirements. 

1. Partnership Checklist 

2. Partnership Application Form

3. Individual Checklist

Step 2. Submit your forms to your local branch or post forms to our Moe Contact Centre. 

Submit with certified documentation to your nearest branch or by sending to Bank Australia 50 Moore Street, MOE VIC 3825.

Find your local branch 

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You can find out more information on Partnerships and other business entities from

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Call 132 888

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Important Information

This page contains only general, descriptive information which is subject to change and is not a substitute for  professional advice and/or commercial judgement, having regard to individual circumstances. No representations or warranties are made in relation to the information or any contents or their accuracy and it does not constitute advice in any form.

Bank Australia is not in any way responsible or liable for your reliance or use of the information.  The information does not take into account your personal and financial needs, particular objectives and/or circumstances, and should not be relied on to make decisions. You should seek appropriate independent advice (which may include property, legal, financial, taxation and accounting advice) before making any decisions, investing, or acting on any information provided here.

You should also consult the Product Disclosure Documents before making a decision to apply for products with Bank Australia.