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Moving to Australia? We're here to help you get set up.


You'll find you have a lot to do when you first get here. But with our handy guides, you'll be able to settle in much more easily.


Elizabeth Barry | Published: 30 March 2023

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HSBC logoThis guide for moving to Australia is brought to you by HSBC and Finder. In this guide, you'll find a selection of articles and resources that provide insights to help support you when you arrive in Australia and highlight financial tools that you may find useful. To learn more about HSBC, visit our handy guide to its products.

Having the right support can mean a world of difference when you first arrive in Australia. This is especially true with the Australian financial system, which can be tricky to navigate.

Here you'll find lots of handy information that can help you get set up when you move to Australia, such as getting your tax file number (TFN), setting up bank accounts and applying for loans.

The number of articles available to read is always growing, so make sure you check back regularly. You can also find a huge selection of guides around the rest of the Finder site, so make sure you browse around.

Helpful tips and articles for people moving to Australia

Learn more about the HSBC Everyday Global Account

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HSBC Everyday Global Account

The HSBC Everyday Global Account is one of the best bank accounts for travelling. It has no account keeping fees, no international transaction fees and access to free ATMs around the world. You can hold up to 10 different currencies in the one account, which allows you to top up on a currency while the exchange rate is good, then spend in that local currency while you're overseas. Plus, earn 2% cashback on tap and pay purchases (T&Cs apply). It won a Finder Banking Award for best travel debit card.
The HSBC Everyday Global Account is one of the best bank accounts for travelling. It has no account keeping fees, no international transaction fees and access to free ATMs around the world. You can hold up to 10 different currencies in the one account, which allows you to top up on a currency while the exchange rate is good, then spend in that local currency while you're overseas. Plus, earn 2% cashback on tap and pay purchases (T&Cs apply). It won a Finder Banking Award for best travel debit card.
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