The BSB for Australian Mutual Bank is 611 100.

You may find your Member number on your welcome email or letter you received when you joined, and it's also printed on your statements. If you do not have any of these available, you need to call us on 13 61 91 or pop into your local branch in order to retrieve your member number.

BSB (which is also known as a Bank-State-Branch number) is a unique, six-digit number identifying a bank and/or branch in Australia. The BSB is used in conjunction with the account number in order to transfer money or make electronic payments.

A Member Number is separate from your Account Number. Your Member Number identifies your membership as a whole, while an Account Number is a unique 9-digit number assigned to a specific account you hold with Australian Mutual Bank.

Each of your accounts has a unique 9 digit number listed under the “Accounts / BSB Information” in Internet Banking.

Once logged in to the mobile app, the BSB and account number are available under each account nickname. The BSB is presented first as a 6-digit code (611-100), the account number is separated by a space and is 9 digits long.

FYI – Visa debit and credit cards don’t have a BSB.

Once logged into Internet Banking, click Accounts in the top menu, then select BSB Information from drop down. You will now be able to see the BSB and account number for each of your accounts

FYI – Visa debit and credit cards don’t have a BSB.


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