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Join us and help support your community

Banking with Warwick Credit Union not only benefits you, but your community as well.

Because we are community owned, our profits stay right here, in your community.

This means that we can offer you surprisingly good rates on savings and loans. AND we can generously support over 100 community groups and events each year.

When you join Warwick Credit Union, you become a part-owner and may use the Credit Union for all your savings, loans and other financial products and services. You're also entitled to vote in the election of Board of Directors who set the operating policies for the Credit Union and supervise the performance of the organisation. 

Open an account today

To join Warwick Credit Union:-

  • bring along proof of your identity when opening a new account; and
  • pop in to a branch at Warwick, Allora, Killarney, Inglewood or Dalby.

Identification documents produced need to be originals, examples include:

  • Photo driver’s licence or photo ID proof of age card or passport, or
  • Birth Certificate 
  Full list of ID Documents
You need to include 1 document from List A or one each from List B & List C (In the case of a child, a birth certificate or extract issued by a State or Territory government is enough).
LIST A - Primary Photographic Identification Documents
  • Photo driver's licence issued by a State or Territory or foreign government 
  • Photo ID proof of age card issued by a State or Territory 
  • Current passport (or expired within last 2 years) issued by the Commonwealth
  • Passport, with photo of the person, issued by a foreign government, the United Nations, or a UN agency if not in English - accompanied by an English translation prepared by an accredited translator
  • National ID card, with photo and signature of the person, issued by a foreign government, the United Nations, or a UN agency if not in English - accompanied by an English translation prepared by an accredited translator. 
LIST B - Non-photographic Identification Documents
  • Birth certificate issued by a state or territory 
  • Birth extract issued by a state or territory 
  • Citizenship certificate issued by the Commonwealth 
  • Pension card issued by Centrelink 
  • Birth certificate issued by a foreign government or the UN if not in English - accompanied by an English translation prepared by an accredited translator
  • Citizenship certificate issued by a foreign government if not in English - accompanied by an English translation prepared by an accredited translator
LIST C - Secondary ID Documents
  • A notice that: 
    - was issued to an individual by the Commonwealth, a State or Territory within the preceding 12 months;
    - contains the name of the individual and his or her residential address; and
    - records the provision of financial benefits to the individual under a law of the Commonwealth, State or Territory (as the case may be). 
  • A notice that: 
    - was issued to an individual by the Australian Taxation Office within the preceding 12 months;
    - contains the name of the individual and his or her residential address; and
    - records a debt payable to or by the individual by or to (respectively) the Commonwealth under a Commonwealth law relating to taxation. 
  • A notice that: 
    - was issued to an individual by a local government body or utilities provider within the preceding 3 months;
    - contains the name of the individual and his or her residential address; and
    - records the provision of services by that local government body or utilities provider to that address or to that person. 
  • A notice that: 
    - was issued to a minor by a School principal within the last 3 months contains the name of the minor and their residential address; and
    - records the period of time the minor attended the school. 

Switch your banking to Warwick Credit Union

We make it easy for your switch your banking to us. Talk to us about our dedicated account switching service.

Shift your ongoing payments & setup your ongoing payments

Make managing your regular payments easier; shift any income you receive to your Warwick account (e.g. your salary, rent income and investment interest) and setup your outgoing payments.

For your convenience, there are two ways to switch your regular payments:

1. We'll help you switch your regular payments (direct debits and direct credits), using our switching service

  • Complete and return the Request for Regular Payments List form
    • PDF version – print, fill out the paper form, sign and return
  • If you are unable to print the form simply call us on 1300 72 44 33 or visit your nearest branch
  • Leave the rest to us. We'll contact you to confirm your Regular Payments List and arrange the transfer of your regular payments

2. Manually switch your regular payments (direct debits and direct credits), using our simple Switching form

  • Our switching form generates letters containing all of your relevant account details which you can send to companies to notify them of the change

Questions?

If you have any questions, please contact us