Bank deposits

Making a deposit or withdrawal is easy with one of our convenient access points.

You can also receive funds from overseas with our incoming telegraphic transfer service.

Deposits

You can make a deposit in one of the following ways:

  • at any of our branches via a teller or one of our easy cheque boxes
  • through direct crediting of your salary
  • by mail (cheques only) to BankVic, GPO Box 2074, Melbourne VIC 3001 
  • Westpac branches throughout Australia.

How to make a deposit at a Westpac branch without a deposit book

When you’re at a Westpac branch, give the Westpac teller the following info:

  • BSB: 704230
  • your 9-digit account number: 100_ _ _ _ _ _
  • your account name.
When the transaction is completed, you’ll receive a confirmation receipt.

There will be no fee for this service as BankVic has an arrangement with Westpac.

Unsure of your account details?

You can find your BSB and account number on your monthly statements or through online banking.

Useful information about deposit books

  • Deposit books don’t have an expiry date. 
  • You can continue using deposit books that have a Police Credit logo on it – you don’t need to order a new one.
  • If you need to order a new deposit book, you can do it through automated telephone banking or call 13 63 73 option 3.

Incoming telegraphic transfers

An incoming overseas deposit allows you to receive foreign currency, converted into Australian dollars (AUD), into your BankVic account.

Read more about how to receive an incoming telegraphic transfer.

BSB: 704 230

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