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Arab Bank Australia is a subsidiary of Arab Bank plc which has the world’s largest network of Arab banks – over 500 branches in approximately 30 countries. Arab Bank was launched in Australia in 1986 and has its headquarters in Sydney, with branches in both Sydney and Melbourne.

Arab Bank Australia offers a range of everyday banking, home loans and international trading services. By partnering with leading Australian banks including Westpac, BankSA and Bank of Melbourne, Arab Bank Australia customers are able to use around 3000 ATMs Australia wide.

In 2007 Arab Bank Australia won three Money Magazine “Best of the Best” awards for their 3 Year Fixed Home Loan, 5 Year Fixed Investment Loan and premium Business Cheque Account. Three years later in 2010 it won “Best Savings Account”.

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Why choose Arab Bank Australia


  • Award-winning products.
  • Discounts available on interest rates.
  • Can accommodate people with smaller deposits.
  • Wide variety of home loan products to choose from.
  • Flexible repayment schedule with weekly, fortnightly and monthly repayment options.


  • Limited branch access and availability of products.
  • Only offers principal and interest repayments.
  • No package deals are offered.

Arab Bank Australia Home Loans

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