Which banks allow free ATM withdrawals?

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Commonwealth Bank caused a stir on 24 September when it eliminated ATM withdrawal fees for non-customers – forcing other lenders to follow its lead.

ANZ, NAB and Westpac responded later that day by also removing ATM fees for non-customers.

Since then, other lenders have done the same.

Below is a list – regularly updated – of which lenders allow non-customers to use their ATMs for free.

Lender Effective from Number of ATMs (approximately) Conditions
ANZ Early October 2017 2,300 Excludes overseas cardholders
Bank of Queensland 1 October 2017 192 Only applies to ATMs at BoQ branches
Bankwest Early October 2017 297 Excludes overseas cardholders and anyone using ATMs in 7-Eleven stores
Commonwealth Bank September 2017 3,400 Excludes overseas cardholders
NAB October 2017 1,300 Excludes overseas cardholders and anyone using NAB-branded rediATM machines
Suncorp Early December 380
Westpac Group (Westpac, St George, Bank of Melbourne, BankSA) October 2017 2,925 Excludes overseas cardholders



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