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Australian Banks Swift Codes

Swift Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is unique identification code for a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also used the codes for exchanging other messages between them.

Last update: Sept. 13, 2022

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NBNVAU2SNabinvest Capital Partners Pty LtdSydney
NAOSAU21Naos Asset Management LimitedSydney
NATAAU3305ANational Australia Bank LimitedAdelaide(trade And International Payments)
NATAAU3304BNational Australia Bank LimitedBrisbane(trade And International Payments)
NATAAU3308DNational Australia Bank LimitedDarwin
NATAAU3307HNational Australia Bank LimitedHobart(tasmania International Service Centre)
NATAAU33OBUNational Australia Bank LimitedMelbourne(offshore Banking Unit)
NATAAU3306ZNational Australia Bank LimitedPerth(perth, Bnza Division)
NATAAU3302ZNational Australia Bank LimitedSydney(sydney, Bnza Division)
NATAAU3302JNational Australia Bank LimitedWantirna South(bilateral Authentication Key Management Office)
NAAEAU31National Australia Securities LimitedDocklands
NAOTAU61National Online Trading LimitedPerth
NWFAAU21National Westminster Finance Australia Ltd.Melbourne
NSWTAU21New South Wales Treasury CorporationSydney
NPBOAU21Newcastle Permanent Building Society LimitedNewcastle West
NACAAU31Nicholas-applegate Capital Management-a Californialimited PartnershipMelbourne
NIKEAU31Nike Australia Pty. Ltd.Abbotsford
NSEAAU21Nikko Securities (australia) Ltd.Sydney
NOAUAU2SNomura Australia LimitedSydney
NEWGAU2SSociete Generale Securities Australia Pty LtdSydney
NOALAU31William Noall Ltd.Melbourne
NAFHAU51Nader Fawzi GhandourAdelaide
NICUAU21Northern Inland Credit Union LimitedTamworth
NOMTAU21Nova Mutual LimitedNewcastle
NOSCAU2SThe Bank OF Nova ScotiaSydney