Rural Bank Everyday Community Account

If you run a not-for-profit organisation, you will want to read about the features of this account.

Designed for not-for-profit groups, the Rural Bank Everyday Community Account pays interest on your balance for no monthly fee. With multiple access methods, Rural Bank gives you plenty of ways to take care of your business and manage the organisation’s financial concerns.


Account keeping fee


ATM withdrawal fee


Overseas ATM withdrawal fee


Overseas transaction fee

of transaction value

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Product NameRural Bank Everyday Community Account
Monthly account fee$0
Card accessVisa
ATM Withdrawal Fee$0
International ATM Fee$4
International transaction fee2%
Monthly deposit required to waive account feeN/A
Contactless PaymentsN/A

Key features

$0 monthly service fee

There is no monthly account keeping fees with the Everyday Community Account.

Minimum account balance of $1

You must maintain an ongoing balance of at least $1.

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How to apply

If your community not-for-profit group or organisation would benefit from the Everyday Community Account you can request for a phone or email from a member of the Rural Bank customer service team. In order to deem whether or not you are eligible for this account they will ask you a few questions first. To help you prepare, below is a list of information that may come in handy when applying for the Everyday Community Account.


  • Minimum age. While there is no stated age requirement for this account you will need to be an authorised representative of a not-for-profit group or organisation, with the authority to open a banking account on its behalf.
  • Residency requirements. This account is designed for Australian residents for use with an established Australian not-for-profit organisation or community group.

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