What are AUD account details?
These are your very own account details to receive Australian dollars (AUD) with zero fees.
This isn’t a bank account, but the account number and BSB code we give you work in the same way when receiving money. Just share your account name, number and BSB code, to your friends, company or customers, and they can send you AUD from any Australian bank account. And no one pays any fees.
Learn how to add money to your AUD account.
How to receive AUD
First, you’ll need to get AUD account details.
Then, share your details to the person who wants to pay you.
They can pay you by local bank transfer. They won’t be able to pay you using international wire or Swift.
It usually takes 1–2 working days to receive AUD into your account.
You won’t be able to receive:
transfers from Australian Superannuation Funds
self-managed Superannuation Funds
Set up Direct Debits with your AUD account details
You can share your details with a company, and give them the permission to take regular payments from your account.
If your BSB code is 802985, you can use Direct Debit to pay for a monthly subscription like the gym, or to pay your phone or energy bill
If your BSB code is 774001, you won’t be able to use Direct Debits now, but we are working hard to enable it for you soon. We’ll notify you when it’s available.
Payments from outside Australia
You can’t receive payments from outside Australia, or in currencies other than AUD.