Bendigo Bank CommunitySaver Account

The CommunitySaver Account encourages you to donate to a charitable organisation by paying a competitive rate of interest on your balance and letting you decide at what percentage you want to gift. Make withdrawals and deposits easily using transfers through Internet banking for free, or stop by your local branch when you want to take out some of your saved cash.

0.1% p.a.

Maximum variable rate


Base interest rate

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Product NameBendigo Bank CommunitySaver Account
Maximum Variable Rate0.1% p.a.
Standard Variable Rate0.10% p.a.
Monthly Account Fee$0
Minimum Opening Deposit$1
Minimum Age12

Key features

Account service fees

You will not be paying any monthly or annual account keeping fees with this product.


You are allowed free internet banking transactions and phone banking with the CommunitySaver Account and two free Bendigo Bank branch withdrawals each month. After reaching that limit your account will be charged $1.75 per transaction at the beginning of the following month.

How to apply


In order to apply for this account you will need to visit a branch, give them a call or visit the Bendigo Bank website to complete an online enquiry form. This will allow for you to set up a date and time that is convenient to discuss your savings plans with a bank representative. Before doing so, you should check to make sure that you are eligible for the CommunitySaver Account:

  • Minimum age. There is no minimum age requirement outlined by Bendigo Bank for this account.
  • Residency requirements. You will need to be an Australian resident with an Australian residential address.

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