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A Bank State Branch (BSB) number is an Australian sort code which has 6 digits. The account number has 9 digits.

A BSB should be provided when you are making an international payment in your Anytime Internet Banking service in preference to an IBAN or BIC wherever possible. The BSB should be entered in the National Clearing Code field.

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