Australian lender’s standard variable interest rates

Posted May 31st, 2013 and last modified September 15th, 2014

Information about Australian lender's standard variable interest rates

The following table shows the current standard variable interest rates for the major Australian lenders.

This page is kept up to date when a lender adjusts their standard variable rate of interest. Check this page for information on whether a lender has moved their standard variable rate in line with the market.

Lender Standard Variable Rate
AMP 6%
ANZ 5.88%
Aussie 4.85%
Bank of Queensland 6.01%
BankWest 4.93%
Citibank 6.19%
Commonwealth 5.9%
CUA 5.4%
Homestar 5.23%
HSBC 5.34%
ING 5.22%
ME Bank 5.18%
MyRate.com.au 5.17%
NAB 5.88%
RAMS 5.19%
St George 5.41%
State Custodians
Suncorp Bank 5.99%
UBank 4.62%
Westpac 5.98%
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