What is a BSB number and where are my Commonwealth Bank BSB and account numbers located?

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Last updated 03 February 2015


A BSB (Bank/Branch Number) is a 6-digit number that identifies banks and branches in Australia.

To make a funds transfer, you'll need your recipient's BSB and account number. Similarly, to receive a transfer, the payer will need your BSB and account number.

The bank will notify you of both your BSB and account number after you have opened your account. You can find your BSB and account number within the My home page in NetBank, on your statements, or on your cheque book. Alternatively you can call 13 2221 24/7 or visit any Commonwealth Bank branch. Remember, before we can give you information regarding your account we are required to sufficiently identify you.

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