BSA BankSA (a division of Westpac Banking Corp) BSB Numbers

List of BSA BankSA (a division of Westpac Banking Corp) BSB Numbers with address and branch details

To view the full details for each branch's BSB Number, please click on the BSB Number on the rightmost column.


BRANCH NAME CITY STATE BSB NUMBER
Term Bond Sales Support Sydney NSW 102-193
St George Bank Limited Kogarah NSW 102-272
St George Bank Limited Kogarah NSW 102-528
Term Bond Sales Support Melbourne VIC 103-194
St George Bank Limited Melbourne VIC 103-272
Brisbane Brisbane QLD 104-190
Cairns Cairns QLD 104-191
Term Bond Sales Support Adelaide SA 104-195
St George Bank Limited Brisbane QLD 104-272
Adelaide Adelaide SA 105-000
Port Adelaide Port Adelaide SA 105-001
Mount Gambier Mount Gambier SA 105-002
Port Pirie Port Pirie SA 105-003
Kadina Kadina SA 105-004
Peterborough Peterborough SA 105-005
Kapunda Kapunda SA 105-006
Port Augusta Port Augusta SA 105-007
Hindmarsh Hindmarsh SA 105-008
Gawler Gawler SA 105-009
Norwood Norwood SA 105-010
Unley Unley SA 105-011
Murray Bridge Murray Bridge SA 105-012
Moonta Moonta SA 105-013
Balaklava Balaklava SA 105-014
Glenelg Glenelg SA 105-015
Jamestown Jamestown SA 105-016
Burra Burra SA 105-017
Semaphore Semaphore SA 105-018
Strathalbyn Strathalbyn SA 105-019
Wallaroo Wallaroo SA 105-020
Angaston Angaston SA 105-021
North Adelaide North Adelaide SA 105-022
Eudunda Eudunda SA 105-023
Tanunda Tanunda SA 105-024
Mount Barker Mount Barker SA 105-025
Victor Harbor Victor Harbor SA 105-026
Adelaide Adelaide SA 105-027
Port Augusta Port Augusta SA 105-028
Adelaide Adelaide SA 105-029
Clare Clare SA 105-030
Torrensville Torrensville SA 105-031
Parkside Eastwood SA 105-032
Unley Unley SA 105-033
St Peters Stepney SA 105-034
Renmark Renmark SA 105-035
Port Lincoln Port Lincoln SA 105-036
Prospect Prospect SA 105-037
Riverton Riverton SA 105-038
Findon Findon SA 105-039
Maitland Maitland SA 105-040

What is BSA BankSA (a division of Westpac Banking Corp) BSB number? BSA BankSA (a division of Westpac Banking Corp) BSB number is a six digit number used to identify bank branches for Australian banks. BSB numbers will be different based on the branch of the account holder. It is based on the bank account origin by state and city.
In order to find the check BSB number of the branch you are looking for, click on the BSB Number link next to the branch name. Additionally, the list of bank BSB numbers is visible on this page for easier access.