Bank of Sydney Student Transaction Account

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Who else wants a student’s transaction account that provides easy access to money and does not charge any account keeping fees?

The Bank of Sydney Student Transaction Account is an everyday banking account that provides access to money in different ways. If you’re over 14 years of age you can get a linked Visa Debit Card.

This account has an almost non-existent minimum balance requirement. It does not charge any ongoing account keeping fees.


Account keeping fee


ATM withdrawal fee


Overseas ATM withdrawal fee

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Product NameBank of Sydney Student Transaction Account - DISCONTINUED
Monthly account fee$0
Card accessVisa
ATM Withdrawal Fee$0
Internatonal ATM Fee$3
Monthly deposit required to waive account feeN/A

Key features

Account keeping fees

The Bank of Sydney Student Transaction Account does not attract any monthly or annual account keeping fees. If you qualify for the Visa Debit Card you don't have to pay the otherwise applicable $12 annual card service fee.

Other fees

You may have to pay other fees in some situations. These can include branch withdrawal fees, overseas transaction fees, overseas ATM fees, card replacement fees, periodical payment dishonour fees, direct debit dishonour fees and inward cheque dishonour fees.

How to apply


Walk into any Bank of Sydney branch to apply for this student transaction account. You can find out where the nearest branch is by using the bank's online branch locator. Applying for this account requires that you meet these eligibility criteria:

  • Age requirement. You have to be less than 18 years old to apply. You can get the Visa debit card if you're 14 to 18 years old.
  • Residency requirements. You should be an Australian resident and should have an Australian residential address.

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