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What is NAB’s SWIFT code?

Find out NAB's SWIFT code for any branch around the country.

If you're transferring money to NAB or even receiving to your own account, you'll need to find the correct SWIFT code or BIC.

NAB's 8-digit SWIFT code isNATAAU33

Each NAB branch uses a unique SWIFT code. If you're having trouble finding your branches code, use the eight-digit SWIFT code for the bank's headquarters (NATAAU33). Although the payment will go through, it may cause delays. If you know your bank's branch, search for it in the table below to get the 11-digit SWIFT code.

The codes below were last verified in February 2021, so make sure to contact the bank to ensure it's correct.

Search for NAB's full SWIFT code

Bank nameSWIFT codeBank address
National Australia BankNATAAU3305ATrade and International Payments
22-28 King William Street Adelaide 5000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU3304BTrade and International Payments
255 Adelaide Street Brisbane 4000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU3308D
Darwin 0800
82 Mitchell Street Darwin 0800,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU3307H
Tasmania International Service Centre
76 Liverpool Street Hobart 7000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU33032
Vostro Client Services
500 Bourke Street Melbourne 3000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU33033
Head Office
500 Bourke Street Melbourne 3000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU3303M
Trade and International Payments
383 King Street Melbourne 3000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU3303T
Treasury Operations
500 Bourke Street Melbourne 3000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU3303X
Asset Servicing
500 Bourke Street Melbourne 3000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU33CLS
Cls Control Branch
500 Bourke Street Melbourne 3000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU33OBUOffshore Banking Unit
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU33XXX
Head Office
500 Bourke Street Melbourne 3000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU3306P
Trade and International Payments
50 St. Georges Terrace Perth 6000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU3306Z
Perth, Bnza Division
30, the Esplanade Perth 6000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU3302S
Trade and International Payments
Building B, Rhodes Corporate Park Sydney 2138,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU3302X
Custodian Services
23 Hunter Street Sydney 2000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU3302Z
Sydney, Bnza Division
333-339 George Street Sydney 2000,
Australia
National Australia BankNATAAU3302J
Bilateral Authentication Key Management Office
122 Lewis Road Wantirna South 2000,
Australia

What's a SWIFT code?

The SWIFT code is what all banks around the world use to identify themselves. They're generally 8–11 characters, made up of letters and numbers.

Let's look at one of the above examples. One of NAB's SWIFT codes in Australia is NATAAU3303M. The first part (NATA) is the four-letter bank code. The next two digits (AU) are the country code. The following two (33) are the location code, while the last three digits are the branch code (03M).

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    AbdulApril 23, 2024

    I am in Brisbane. Money sent from Switzerland was somehow returned two weeks ago. What SWIFT CODE shall the sender from Switzerland use to an NAB Account in Brisbane.?
    So many codes under NAB.
    Previously it was sent to Melbourne…. and hence returned to the sender.
    Appreciate your advice
    Thank you

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      SarahApril 23, 2024Finder

      Hi Abdul, We suggest you contact NAB’s customer care team to get this information – you can reach them on 13 22 65. Best of luck!

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