You can find your full account number by logging into Bankwest Online Banking and viewing your accounts.
The first six digits make up your BSB - e.g. 306-089
The next seven digits make up your account number - e.g. 0001234
You can also see your BSB and account numbers on your bank statements or eStatements. Alternatively, if you know the store your account was opened at, you can search for that store’s BSB number.
What is a BSB number anyway?
A Bank State Branch (BSB) number identifies an individual branch of a financial institution within Australia. This six digit number plus your account number is what we use to identify your account.
The BSB number is made up of three parts: AAB-CCC
AA specifies the financial institution
B indicates the state where the branch is located
CCC is the unique identifier for a branch
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