Now there's another convenient and flexible way to do your personal day-to-day banking with us.

Its as easy as visiting any Australia Post outlet that displays the Bank@PostTM sign.

Personal banking made easy

All you need is a PIN enabled NAB ATM card or credit card linked to a NAB account and you can start banking at Australia Post, including:

  • making cash deposits* (up to $9,999 per customer per day)
  • making cheque deposits* (up to five cheques per transaction with a value up to $999,999.99)
  • making withdrawals* (up to $2000 per customer per day)
  • checking your account balance
  • receiving a receipt for each Bank@Post transaction.

If you don't have a linked NAB ATM or credit card, simply call 13 22 65 between the hours of 8am - 7pm Mon-Fri, 7am - 6pm Sat or 9am - 6pm Sun (AEST/AEDT) and we'll organise everything for you. You can even do your banking on Saturday.

While all Australia Post outlets are open Mon - Fri, a number are also open on Saturday (and some on Sunday too. Check your local Australia Post outlet for opening hours). So now you've got even more choices to bank when and where it suits you.

If you have any questions about banking at Australia Post, call us on 13 22 65 between the hours of 8am - 7pm Mon-Fri, 7am - 6pm Sat or 9am - 6pm Sun (AEST/AEDT).

Alternatively, if you are an internet banking customer, you can send a secure message to us through our internet banking message service.

Look for the Bank@Post sign at Australia Post outlets

Search for your nearest Bank@Post outlet at Australia Post

*Transactions at Australia Post outlets will incur the same fees as over the counter transactions carried out at NAB branches. They are subject to the daily limit on cash, when depositing cash in combination with cheques, the overall limit is $999,999.99 per transaction. Fees and charges are detailed in the Personal Banking Fees and charges guide (PDF, 316KB) and Business Banking fees and charges (PDF, 546KB). While withdrawals and deposits at Australia Post outlets will require the use of a card and PIN, the transaction will be treated as a branch withdrawal and may incur a fee.

Bank@PostTM and its device mark are trade marks (registered or otherwise) of the Australian Postal Corporation. All rights reserved.

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