St.George Bank DIY Super Saver

There are no fees to pay for transactions and transfers, giving you the opportunity to keep your money safe and sound, or take on investment opportunities that come your way. This is an account type that can structure your financial future, making it essential that you compare your options before making any commitment.

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0.05% p.a.

Maximum variable rate


Base interest rate

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Product NameSt.George DIY Super Saver
Maximum Variable Rate0.05% p.a.
Standard Variable Rate0.05%
Monthly Account Fee$0
Minimum Opening Deposit$0
Minimum Age18

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Expert review

You can set up an Automatic Super Contribution Plan for ongoing contributions.

Key features

Monthly fees

There are no monthly service fees for the DIY Super Saver.

Interest rate

The base interest rate for this account is variable and at a competitive rate.

How to apply


If the DIY Super Saver seems like the account that can help you, filling out an application can be done online in just ten minutes by visiting St.George website. There are certain eligibility requirements that you will have to meet before your application will be considered:

  • Minimum age. Australians as young as 18 years old can have this account opened in their name.
  • Residency requirements. St.George Bank requires that account holders be permanent Australian residents or citizens.

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