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Australian Bank Code (BSB Number)

A BSB (Bank-State-Branch) number is a 6-digit numerical code used to determine a specific bank branch in Australia for domestic payments, and we require this code in order to complete the transfer.

The BSB code is made up of three sets of numbers, the first two give the bank, the third gives the state, and the last three give the branch address.

NOTE: When making a payment to Australia through TransferWise, the BSB should be entered as one long number without spaces, dashes or other separation (e.g. 123456 instead of 12-3-456 or other variation.)

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