Which banks support Apple Pay in Australia?

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American Express was the first to launch Apple Pay in Australia back in 2015 but there are many more options in 2019 if you are looking for Apple Pay. eftpos support is also slowing rolling out to banks and credit unions in 2019.

The Big 4 Aussie Banks

ANZ Apple Pay

ANZ was the first to launch Apple Pay of the Big 4 back in 2016. ANZ was also the first this year to support EFTPOS & cash out via Apple Pay.

NAB Apple Pay

After Commonwealth’s launch in January 2019 NAB (& its subsidiary UBank) decided it would join the party and launched Apple Pay in May.

Westpac (including it’s subsidiaries St George, Bank of Melbourne & Bank SA) has not officially announced Apple Pay but after CommBank’s announcement has said it is listening to customers and is open to Apple Pay.

Other Banks that Support Apple Pay

  • American Express
  • Australian Unity
  • AWA Alliance Bank
  • Bank Australia
  • Bank of Heritage Isle
  • Bank of Sydney
  • BankVic
  • BDCU Alliance Bank
  • Bendigo Bank
  • Beyond Bank Australia
  • Border Bank
  • Central Murray Credit Union Ltd.
  • Central West Credit Union Ltd.
  • Citi Australia
  • CIRCLE Alliance Bank
  • Community First Credit Union Ltd.
  • Credit Union SA Ltd.
  • CUA
  • Defence Bank
  • DiviPay
  • EML Payment Solution Ltd
  • Endeavour Mutual Bank
  • Firefighters Mutual Bank
  • First Option Credit Union
  • Geelong Bank
  • Goldfields Money Ltd.
  • Goulburn Murray Credit Union
  • Health Professionals Bank
  • Holiday Coast Credit Union Ltd.
  • Horizon Credit Union
  • HSBC
  • Illawarra Credit Union Ltd.
  • IMB Bank
  • ING
  • Intech Credit Union Ltd.
  • Laboratories Credit Union Ltd.
  • Latitude Financial Services
  • Lombard Finance
  • Macquarie
  • MyState Bank Ltd.
  • Nexus Mutual
  • Northern Beaches Credit Union
  • Northern Inland Credit Union
  • Once Credit
  • Qpay
  • Orange Credit Union
  • P&N Bank
  • People’s Choice Credit Union
  • Police Bank
  • Police Credit Union Ltd.
  • RACQ
  • SERVICE ONE Alliance Bank
  • Skye provided by FlexiCards Australia Pty Ltd
  • South West Slopes Credit Union
  • Suncorp
  • Sydney Credit Union Ltd.
  • Teachers Mutual Bank
  • The Broken Hill Community Credit Union Ltd
  • The Mac
  • UniBank
  • Unity Bank Ltd.
  • Up Money
  • Warwick Credit Union Ltd.
  • WAW Credit Union
  • Woolworths Employees’ Credit Union

Apple Pay eftpos support

Apple Pay with eftpos is available for:

  • ANZ Access and Access Advantage customers
  • Suncorp eftpos Card and Visa Debit Card customers
  • eftpos cardholders from CUA
  • eftpos cardholders from Geelong Bank
  • eftpos cardholders from Nexus Mutual
  • eftpos cardholders from People’s Choice Credit Union
  • eftpos cardholders from SCU More Generous Banking
  • eftpos cardholders from Woolworths Employees Credit Union

How to use dual network (eftpos / Visa) cards in Apple Pay.

Other Apple Pay Possibilities

Indue has said for some time now that it will be launching Apple Pay but has gone very quiet recently. Their platform is used by a number of smaller banks and credit unions. Bank of Queensland and Qudos Bank are members that are likely to come online when Indue launches support.