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Backed by Australia's 5th biggest retail bank, Community Bank Sarina not only gives you access to award-winning financial products and services, we're also committed to returning profits to our local communities.

Address:

37 Broad St Sarina QLD 4737

Operating Hours:

Mon-Thu 09:30-16:00

Fri 09:30-17:00

BSB: 633-000
Branch manager:

Charmaine Matsen

Services:
ATM (can change PIN)
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Yes, we’re open. But where possible use an ATM, e-banking, or the Bendigo Bank app to do your banking. If you’d like to talk with us make an enquiry or call us on the number above.

Get in touch with Community Bank Sarina about your banking needs today:

To find out how we can help you, visit our branch or call us to make an appointment.
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What's happening

Do good. Do more. And do well.


Find out how Community Bank Sarina can help you pick the right solutions for your banking needs.

$229 million reinvested nationally

Our network is committed to returning profits to local communities. That's why we're Australia's #1 'community' bank. And we're playing our part.

Sarina Community Bank Branch Chair standing with students who have received scholarships from the branch.
Scholarships

Supporting our young, bright stars on their tertiary journey with annual financial scholarships.

Our stories

Keep up-to-date with what's happening in our community and visit our Facebook page.

Sponsorships & Grants

Sponsorships and Grants


We're committed to supporting local communities

Yes, it's time to feel good about who you bank with.

Our Community Bank branches invest up to 80% of profits back to the community. We aim to develop long-term prosperity by supporting programs that help empower local individuals and groups within the local community. 

To date, we have invested $2.3 million into our community, forming part of a national branch network giving back to communities Australia-wide, $229 million and counting.

Sarina Community Engagement Program.

Applications for Community Grants Recovery Program are now open.

To find out more and how to submit an EOI, contact Patrice Willoughby on 0435 537 012 or email executive@sarinacommunity.com.au

Scholarships

Supporting our young, bright stars on their tertiary journey with annual financial scholarships.

We're investing in our leaders of the future.

Sarina Community Bank Branch Chair standing with students who have received scholarships from the branch.

Scholarship recipients

  • 2012 - Jennifer Hickey CQUni Scholarship B. Accounting
  • 2013 - Madeleine Rogers CQUni Scholarship B. Accounting
  • 2014 - Mikaela Bella CQUni Scholarship B. Business
  • 2015 - Laura Burrows CQUni Scholarship B. Laws / B Accounting
  • 2016 - Kelly Morton CQUni Scholarship B. Business
  • 2017 - Amy Stratford CQUni Scholarship B. Business / B. Arts
  • 2017 - Bridget Franettovich CQUni Student Ambassador B. Business
  • 2017 - Sidonie Cromb CQUni Student Ambassador B. Digital Media
  • 2018 - Hunter Aitchison CQUni Scholarship B. Business
  • 2018 - Anneka Micallef CQUni Student Ambassador B. Business / B. Accounting
  • 2018 - Taitianna McGrath CQUni Student Ambassador B. Business / B. Accounting
  • 2019 - Caitlin Neundorf CQUni Scholarship B. Accounting / B. Business
  • 2019 - Lauren Head CQUni VET Scholarship Hairdressing
  • 2019 - Claudine Asuncion CQUni Student Ambassador B. Accounting
  • 2019 - Makayla Comelli CQUni Student Ambassador B. Accounting / B. Business
  • 2016 - Josephine Dahtler Sarina State High School Scholarship
  • 2018 - Logan Harper Sarina State High School Scholarship
  • 2018 - Olivia Swindells Sarina State High School Student Ambassador
  • 2019 - Sophie Christofferson Sarina State High School Scholarship
  • 2019 - Georgia Beveridge Sarina State High School Student Ambassador
  • 2019 - Olivia Swindells Sarina State High School Student Ambassador
  • 2020 - Bethany Bierton Sarina State High School Scholarship
  • 2020 - Blake Brownsey Sarina State High School Student Ambassador
  • 2020 - Taya Murray Sarina State High School Student Ambassador
  • 2020 - Cale Hutchins CQUni Scholarship B. Business
  • 2020 - Courtney Kennedy CQUni VET Scholarship Hairdressing
  • 2020 - Madonna Tomerini CQUni Student Ambassador B. Accounting / B. Business
  • 2020 - Ariane Tolentino CQUni Student Ambassador B. Accounting / B. Business

To find out more about our scholarship program or to apply, contact Patrice Willoughby on 0435 537 012 or email executive@sarinacommunity.com.au

Investors & Shareholders

Investor & Shareholder


Shareholders- Contact Us
Company Details:

Sarina and District Community Financial Services Ltd
ABN 28 112 407 182
37 Broad Street
Sarina QLD 4737

Postal Address:
37 Broad Street, Sarina QLD 4737

Secretary Details:

Maree Franettovich
37 Broad Street
Sarina QLD 4737
Ph: (07) 4956 2988

Share Registry:
AFS & Associates Pty Ltd

Postal Address:
PO Box 454
Bendigo VIC 3552

Trading Shares (LVM)

Trading Shares (LVM)
Sarina and District Community Financial Services Ltd

Community Bank Sarina is operated by Sarina and District Community Financial Services Ltd . Sarina and District Community Financial Services Ltd also operates a Special Market called a Low Volume Market (LVM), to facilitate the trading of its shares. The conditions of this market are set out on the Trading Shares (LVM) information page.

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Our depositors are protected under the Australian Government’s Financial Claims Scheme (FCS) which provides protection and quick access to deposits made with a bank, building society or credit union in the unlikely event that one of these institutions fails. Find out more here.

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