Visa Debit Card

Enjoy access to a world of opportunities with an Auswide Bank Visa Debit Card. Whether you’re seeing a Hollywood movie at a local cinema, or on a holiday in Hollywood, Visa Debit Cards are widely accepted internationally.

More freedom, more features, and more possibilities!

Enjoy access to a world of opportunities with an Auswide Bank Visa Debit Card. Whether you’re seeing a Hollywood movie at a local cinema, or on a holiday in Hollywood, Visa Debit Cards are widely accepted internationally.

You’ll have 24 hour access to your money, 7 days a week, wherever Visa is accepted.

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With an Auswide Bank Visa Debit Card, you can enjoy:

  • Convenient cash withdrawal at international ATMs, including ATMs where the Visa PLUS logo is displayed
  • The ability to pay for goods and services overseas and in Australia using EFTPOS wherever the VISA logo is displayed
  • Faster payment for items under $35 with Visa’s Easy Payment transaction service
  • The ability to withdraw cash and check your balance at Australian ATMs
  • Cash withdrawal at any Auswide Bank branch
  • Easy payment via the credit, cheque or savings button and by entering your pin
  • Access to the Visa Global Customer Assistance Centre wherever you are in the world
  • Chargeback Rights and Visa’s Zero Liability Protection if you press the credit button when making a retail purchase
  • The added security of being able to change your pin by visiting an Auswide Bank ATM

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Other Fees and Charges

Other fees & charges apply. Please review our Personal Banking Fees and Charges for full details.


Open a new Auswide Bank account for personal use.

Step 1 - Complete and sign a New Client form for each individual Signatory or Authority to Access. (This form is not required if you are already a Signatory/Authority to Access on an existing Auswide Bank account).

Step 2 - Provide Auswide Bank with evidence of the identity of each Signatory/Authority to Access (as required by the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML/CTF) Act 2006). (Identification is not required if you are a Signatory/Authority to Access on an existing Auswide Bank account and you have previously provided identification).

Your identity can be verified by you providing your relevant identity documents in person at any Auswide Bank branch. If you are sending your application by mail and you are unable to visit one of our branches, you will be required to lodge at your nearest Australia Post outlet, an Australia Post - Identity Verification Form along with your original and current identification documents as detailed on this form.

Step 3 - Complete an Account Application form and have it signed by each individual Signatory or Authority to Access and return along with a cheque/money order for the minimum opening balance or a completed and signed Direct Debit Request (DDR) form (in which case we will debit the amount from another financial institution account).

Step 4 - Once complete please return forms to your nearest Auswide Bank branch; or post to: Reply Paid 1063, Bundaberg QLD 4670; or alternatively, fax through to (07) 4152 3499.

Please allow 3 working days from receipt by Auswide Bank for processing.

Close my existing account at another financial institution

Normally you would contact the financial institution direct and ask them to close your account. However we can attempt to do this on your behalf.

Complete and sign an Authority to Close Account form. All signatories on the account at the other financial institution should sign.

Once complete please return form to your nearest Auswide Bank branch; or post to: Reply Paid 1063, Bundaberg QLD 4670; or alternatively, fax through to (07) 4152 3499.

Please allow 3 working days from receipt by Auswide Bank for processing.

Upon receipt from you, we will deliver the form to the other financial institution on your behalf.

'Auswide Bank' branded ATMs are classified as ATMs displaying the 'Auswide Bank' logo and 'Westpac Group' branded ATMs are classified as ATMs displaying the 'Westpac', ‘St George’, ‘Bank of Melbourne’ or ‘Bank of SA’ logo.