We have a number of savings accounts with competitive interest rates and a range of features to ensure you reach your savings target quickly and efficiently.
The account you choose is dependent on what you’re aiming to achieve.
You may have a savings goal in mind like a overseas holiday, new furniture, a family event; something you want to achieve within a certain time frame and as such would benefit from a high interest online account with low or no fees like our i-Saver account or our limited access, great interest Great Day Bonus Saver Account
You might have no immediate savings goal but simply want to get some cash in the “bank”.
If that sounds like you, maybe a savings account that includes a direct salary credit facility, so a percentage of your “hard earned” salary can be transferred directly into your savings is the way to go. If this is the case maybe our Save More Savings Account or Payroll Plus Account is for you.
And then there is Christmas. The holiday season can be guaranteed to be tough on your wallet. You can start saving now with our stress free Christmas Club Account
Whether you want to open up a savings account on behalf of your child, or you want to start saving for a holiday to Japan or simply for a rainy day, our Savings Account Guide will help steer you in the right direction and show you what you need to consider when choosing a savings account.
Our Savings Accounts
We have 4 Personal Savings accounts:
Great Day Bonus Saver
Some Great Savings Tips
1. Set yourself a savings goal. It sounds simple but it all starts by setting an objective. Do you want to go travelling,
get the deposit together for a new home or car? It's hard to start saving when you don't know what you’re saving for.
2. Establish a savings plan. Kick things off by working out a budget of how much you can realistically afford to deposit
into your savings account each week/month to reach your dream. Our online savings calculator can help you determine
how much you will need to deposit and for how long you will need to make those deposits.
3. Find the account which best will suit your objectives. If your goal amount is short-term, the perfect plan would be
to aim at locking down a savings account that has promotional rate for a certain amount of time. If your objectives are
longer-term you will still require the best possible rate of interest but you'll also want to check what the interest rate
will revert to after the initial rate you were offered has expired.