Bank of Queensland Superannuation Savings Account

New Bank of Queensland customers get bonus interest for the first 4 months.

If you’re a new Bank of Queensland customer, you can earn bonus interest on your self managed super fund’s savings by opening the Bank of Queensland Superannuation Savings Account. Balances over $10,000 are rewarded with 0.7% p.a. interest for the first four months the account is open.

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0.7% p.a.

Maximum variable rate


Base interest rate

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Product NameBank of Queensland Superannuation Savings Account
Maximum Variable Rate0.7% p.a.
Standard Variable Rate0.25%
Monthly Account Fee$0
Minimum Opening Deposit$0

Key features

SMSF friendly

This is a special purpose high interest savings account for Self Managed Super Funds (SMSF).

Interest rate

The base variable rate is 0.25% p.a. Interest is calculated daily and paid to the account monthly.

How to apply

Apply in branch for the Bank of Queensland Self Managed Superannuation Account or make an online enquiry through the Bank of Queensland website. You can also download and complete the application form and return it to a Bank of Queensland branch in person.


You must meet the following eligibility criteria to apply for the Bank of Queensland Self Managed Superannuation Account.

  • Minimum balance. There is no minimum balance requirement to open this account.
  • SMSF requirements. Your SMSF must be registered with the Australian Tax Office.

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