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BankSA began in 1848 as a small, one-person organisation named the Savings Bank of South Australia. In 1984, the bank merged with State Bank of South Australia to form the new state government-owned State Bank. By 1997, State Bank was renamed and began trading as BankSA. In 2008, after Westpac’s merger with St. George, BankSA became a division of the Westpac Banking Corporation. Today, BankSA operates bank branches and ATMs across Australia.

Nick Bendel
Nick Bendel

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Why choose BankSA


  • Wide selection of credit cards
  • Rewards schemes offered
  • Low-rate and no-annual-fee options


  • Interest rates range from moderate to high
  • Annual fees are high on rewards cards
  • International transaction fees charged

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