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In 2007, Bendigo Bank merged with Adelaide Bank to form the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Group of companies, or what’s commonly known as Bendigo Bank today. The unique strengths of Adelaide Bank in wholesale finance and Bendigo in retail banking have combined, seeing them grow to be one of Australia’s largest retail banks. They’ve grown to serve about 1.8 million customers in more than 500 communities and employ more than 7,000 employees.

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank’s head office is located in the central Victorian city of Bendigo, with the business mostly operating in Victoria and Queensland. The bank has extensive experience in communities and joint ventures and continues to provide customers with a broad selection of personal loan products and advice. Bendigo Bank is now a publicly listed company on the Australian Stock Exchange.

Bria Horne
Bria Horne

Personal Finance Writer

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Why choose Bendigo Bank


  • Additional repayments allowed
  • Flexible repayment options
  • Can apply online
  • Free redraw facility


  • Charges early repayment fee
  • Monthly fee charged
  • Application fee charged
  • Not the lowest rate on the market

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