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Westpac uses BSB numbers to identify the bank and branch holding a bank account in Australia. Each branch has its own code, though some banks also have a single, centralised BSB for all their accounts. You’ll need a BSB to send money from one Australian bank account to another, or to send money to an Australian bank account from overseas.Where is the Westpac head office in Sydney?
WPACAU2F swift code is the unique bank identifier for WESTPAC BANKING CORPORATION 's head office branch located in SYDNEY - AUSTRALIA and it's used to verify financial transactions such as a bank wire transfers (international wire transfers). Check the WPACAU2FXXX SWIFT / BIC code details below.How many digits does a WestPac account have?
Westpac, (not RAMS) has 6 digit BSB starting with 03 or 73 and 6 digit account numbers. However certain Westpac BSB are used by third parties who have longer account numbers up to 9 digits.How can I transfer money to my Westpac account?
Wire transfer is the fastest mode of receiving money in your Westpac Bank account from abroad. You can receive money into your Westpac Bank account from a foreign country via International wire transfer.