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Westpac is not only the oldest bank in Australia, but it's also the country’s oldest company. It was first established in 1817 as the Bank of New South Wales. Following a series of mergers and acquisitions, in 1982 it changed names to Westpac Banking Corporation.

It’s now one of the big four banks in Australia, with almost 14 million customers, 1400+ branches, 39,000 staff and close to 4000 ATMs.

Westpac has an extensive range of credit cards, as well as home loans, personal loans, card loans and much more. Its subsidiaries include St. George Bank, Bank of Melbourne and BankSA. 

Mark Bristow
Mark Bristow

Personal Finance Editor

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Why choose Westpac


  • Offer VISA, Mastercard and American Express credit cards
  • 0% balance transfer options
  • Some credit cards offer free supplementary cards


  • Interest rates may be high
  • Some rewards cards have capped points
  • Annual fees may be high

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