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Your local team

The Commonwealth Bank has been an integral part of regional and rural Australia for more than 85 years. We support a wide range of activities to help provide long-term benefits for these communities. These include maintaining the nation’s largest network of branches and business banking centres, providing solutions tailored to your agribusiness and investing in local people with a sound knowledge of the land.

Local presence
We have more than 1,000 branches across Australia and more than 100 Business Banking offices in non-metropolitan areas, from Mackay to Warrnambool and Geraldton. Our regional and rural agribusiness managers live and work in the communities they service and many have worked in businesses just like yours, so they understand the local challenges and opportunities.

This experience is completed by specialised training through facilities including Marcus Oldham College. Each year we also recruit a number of agricultural and commercial graduates to provide career opportunities and regional employment for young people. Read profiles on our team members and their experiences with your industry.

Based in Wagga Wagga, the AgriLine team is staffed by locals who understand the unique needs of agribusiness customers. The AgriLine team can help you with all your banking needs, and with extended business hours you can do the majority of your banking without having to leave your property.

Talk to us
You can also speak to our network of agribusiness managers, who can provide you with financial advice and assistance, whatever your business and wherever you are based.

Call your local agribusiness manager

With over 150 agribusiness managers nationwide, the Commonwealth Bank will have an agribusiness expert nearby to discuss with you all your banking requirements.


Call us on 1300 245 463  

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