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What is a BSB code?

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A BSB (Bank State Branch) number is a 6 digit sort code used by Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

It should be included in the 'Account holding branch' field when making a payment on Bankline.

If you have both a BIC and a BSB code, then you’ll need to enter the BIC in the 'BIC' field and the BSB code should be entered in the 'Account number' field preceding the account number.

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