Use internet banking

Follow these instructions to send money to another Australian bank account.

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    Step 1

    Go to and select ‘Internet Banking’ from the drop-down menu.

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    Step 2

    Enter your 8 to 10-digit user ID, and your password. Then select Login.

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    Step 3

    Once you've logged in, select Transfer & Pay, then 'Pay Anyone' from the drop down menu.

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    Step 4

    Select the account to transfer from, in the dropdown menu.

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    Step 5

    Select the account transfer to, in the dropdown list or enter the payee details.

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    Step 6

    Enter the transfer amount, description and remitter name (that’s you).

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    Step 7

    Select the transfer frequency as a one off or recurring payment.

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    Step 8

    Select a transfer date, either the current or a future date.

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    Step 9

    Select if you would like an SMS notification of this payment to be sent to either yourself or the payee.

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    Step 10

    Select Next.

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    Step 11

    Check the funds transfer details are correct.

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    Step 12

    Either an SMS code will be sent to your mobile phone or you will be required to enter your NAB Internet Banking password into the field.

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    Step 13

    Select Submit.

  • Complete

    You have now transferred money within Australia.

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NAB Internet Banking and NAB app

These products are issued by National Australia Bank Limited.

NAB recommends you consider the NAB Internet Banking terms and conditions document, before making any decisions regarding this product.

The NAB Mobile Banking app is compatible with Android and iOS, minimum platform requirements apply. Android is a trademark of Google LLC. The Google Logo is a registered trademark of Google Inc. iOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U.S. and other countries and is used under license.