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Southern Cross Credit Union was established in 1966, in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, as the Tweed BGF Members Credit Union. In 1975, it merged with Lismore Community Credit Union to become Tweed Byron Credit Union before changing its name to Southern Cross Credit Union in 1997.

Today, Southern Cross Credit Union has grown to serve members from across New South Wales and Australia.

Nick Bendel
Nick Bendel

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Why choose Southern Cross Credit Union


  • Secured and unsecured loans available
  • High loan amounts available
  • Allows additional repayments


  • Charges an establishment fee
  • Limited range of loans
  • Limited branch access

Southern Cross Credit Union Personal Loans

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