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- $0 account keeping fee
- Linked Visa debit card
- App banking available
- Has 0.01% interest available
- $6 fees apply for overseas transactions
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If you’ve just welcome a new baby into the world, congratulations. Opening a bank account for your child can be a wonderful first gift.
Before you can open your child an account, you’ll need to have a birth certificate or passport for your baby.
As the parent or guardian, you’ll also be listed as a joint holder on the account. This means you’ll need to have proof of your identification and address (a driver’s licence, passport, birth certificate or Medicare Card).
Many banks and credit unions offer baby banks accounts. Usually, you can apply online; otherwise you can head into a local branch or office with your documents.