BSB Number for National Australia Bank - Page 37

The table below shows the address and BSB Number for all National Australia Bank branches in Australia. Click on the BSB Number for bank details, address, and map.

IDBankCityBranchBSB Number
1801National Australia BankRichmondCremorne VIC Partnership 3083-104
1802National Australia BankRichmondCT 3089 Richmond BBC3083-677
1803National Australia BankRichmondCT 3347 Richmond - 262 Bridge Road083-333
1804National Australia BankRichmondCT 3347 Richmond BBC-BB3 D083-100
1805National Australia BankRichmondCT 3347 Richmond BBC-BB3 E083-468
1806National Australia BankRichmondCT 3347 Richmond BBC-BB3 F083-466
1807National Australia BankRichmondCT 3347 Richmond BBC-BB4 A083-492
1808National Australia BankRichmondCT 3347 Richmond BBC-BB4 G083-462
1809National Australia BankRichmondCT 3347 Richmond BBC-BB4 H083-373
1810National Australia BankRichmondCT 3347 Richmond BBC-BB4 I083-331
1811National Australia BankRichmondCT 3347 Richmond BBC-BB4 X083-491
1812National Australia BankRichmondMelbourne East 30304083-197
1813National Australia BankRichmondMelbourne East Partnership083-900
1814National Australia BankRichmondRichmond083-347
1815National Australia BankRingwoodCT 3343 National Home Loan Centre083-287
1816National Australia BankRingwoodCT 3343 Ringwood FSC083-512
1817National Australia BankRingwoodEastland083-343
1818National Australia BankRomseyCT 3918 Romsey083-857
1819National Australia BankRosebudRosebud083-861
1820National Australia BankRowvilleRowville083-414
1821National Australia BankRushworthCT 3894 Rushworth083-812
1822National Australia BankRutherglenRutherglen083-820
1823National Australia BankRyeCT 3861 Rye083-866
1824National Australia BankSaleRAM Eastern VIC083-584
1825National Australia BankSaleSale083-879
1826National Australia BankSaleSale BBC Delivery ONLY083-844
1827National Australia BankSandringhamCT 3295 Sandringham083-413
1828National Australia BankSeafordSeaford083-420
1829National Australia BankSevilleCT 3739 Seville083-883
1830National Australia BankSeymourSeymour083-890
1831National Australia BankSheppartonCT 3282 Shepparton BBC1083-271
1832National Australia BankSheppartonCT 3894 Shepparton East083-906
1833National Australia BankSheppartonCT 3894 Shepparton FSC083-240
1834National Australia BankSheppartonRAM Shepparton VIC083-209
1835National Australia BankSheppartonShepparton083-894
1836National Australia BankSheppartonShepparton BBC083-238
1837National Australia BankSheppartonShepparton Partnership083-282
1838National Australia BankSomervilleCT 3668 Somerville083-908
1839National Australia BankSorrentoCT 3861 Sorrento083-912
1840National Australia BankSouth MelbourneCT 3419 Sth Melbourne BBC-BB4 A083-183
1841National Australia BankSouth MelbourneSouth Melbourne083-419
1842National Australia BankSouth MorangPlenty Valley083-614
1843National Australia BankSouth YarraCT 3427 South Yarra BBC-BB3 F083-434
1844National Australia BankSouth YarraCT3427 Sth Yarra - 118 Toorak Rd083-354
1845National Australia BankSouth YarraSouth Yarra083-427
1846National Australia BankSpringvaleCT 3424 Dandenong FSC PBRs083-734
1847National Australia BankSpringvaleSpringvale083-432
1848National Australia BankSt ArnaudSt Arnaud Agency083-870
1849National Australia BankSt KildaCT 3231 St Kilda083-399
1850National Australia BankStanhopeCT 3709 Stanhope083-860

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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About BSB Numbers

A BSB Number is a six digit numerical code used to identify an individual branch of a financial institution in Australia. BSB Numbers are used in Australian Paper Clearing System (APCS) and Bulk Electronic Clearing System (BECS) payment systems. To make a money transfer, the BSB Number is used together with the bank account number of the recipient.

The tool is provided for informational purposes only. Whilst every effort is made to provide accurate data, users must acknowledge that this website accepts no liability whatsoever with respect to its accuracy. Only your bank can confirm the correct bank account information. If you are making an important payment, which is time critical, we recommend to contact your bank first.