The community

NSW

From Sydney suburbs to the far reaches of the State, NSW communities are quietly going about their Community Bank® business.

All 48 suburbs, regional cities and remote towns in NSW have returned more than $25 million to local projects and organisations.

It’s happening in NSW. It’s happening right across Australia. View more NSW stories.

Sharing profits with communities in New South Wales

$25 million in profits from our Community Bank® partnerships have been reinvested in communities across New South Wales since 2000, including;

Sporting

$4.4m

Sporting

Infrastructure

$2.2m

Infrastructure

Education

$1.2m

Education

Health

$1.1m

Health

Youth

$1.5m

Youth

Arts

$0.5m

Arts/culture

VIC

Victoria is the home of Community Banking. It was in the wheatbelt towns of Rupanyup and Minyip where Community Bank® was launched.

Our branches spread from Merbein in the north, Edenhope in the west, Mallacoota in the east, Apollo Bay in the south and everywhere in between.

More than $95 million has been returned to Victorian communities.

It’s happening in Victoria. It’s happening right across Australia. View more Victorian stories.

Sharing profits with communities in Victoria

$95 million in profits from our Community Bank® partnerships have been reinvested in communities across Victoria since 1998, including;

Sporting

$22.0m

Sporting

Infrastructure

$7.1m

Infrastructure

Education

$6.2m

Education

Health

$3.0m

Health

Youth

$5.9m

Youth

Arts

$2.3m

Arts/culture

SA

We’re a strong community in South Australia. So it goes without saying that we’re also a successful Community Bank® network in this State.

From our first Community Bank® branch opening in Virginia in 1999 to the latest in Penola in 2014, we’re well and truly a Community Bank® community.

Combined, we’ve reinvested more than $6.5 million back into our local Community Bank® communities.

It’s happening in South Australia. It’s happening right across Australia. View more SA stories.

Sharing profits with communities in South Australia

$6.5 million in profits from our Community Bank® partnerships have been reinvested in communities across South Australia since 2000, including;

Sporting

$1.1m

Sporting

Infrastructure

$0.9m

Infrastructure

Education

$0.2m

Education

Health

$0.3m

Health

Youth

$0.3m

Youth

Arts

$0.1m

Arts/culture

ACT

We’re the nation’s capital. We’re also breaking new ground with one Community Bank® company operating four Community Bank® branches.

We’re pioneers of the Community Bank® model in the ACT. As more locals turn to Australia’s most connected bank, more money is reinvested into our local communities.

As a result, we’ve reinvested $1.2 million into the ACT.

It’s happening in Canberra. It’s happening right across Australia. View more ACT stories.

Sharing profits with communities in Australian Capital Territory

$1.2 million in profits from our Community Bank® partnerships have been reinvested in communities across Australian Capital Territory since 2000, including;

Sporting

$195k

Sporting

Infrastructure

$6k

Infrastructure

Education

$34k

Education

Health

$206k

Health

Youth

$63k

Youth

Arts

$3k

Arts/culture

NT

We’re relative newcomers to the NT. Our Community Bank® footprint may be small but our intent on banking and supporting your communities isn’t.

Our commitment to the NT is strong and our national network of people with purpose stand behind the Top End.

In a short time more than $1 million has been returned to your local communities. This is just the tip of the iceberg.

It’s happening in the Territory. It’s happening right across Australia. View more NT stories.

Sharing profits with communities in Northern Territory

$1 million in profits from our Community Bank® partnerships have been reinvested in communities across Northern Territory since 2000, including;

Sporting

$2.7k

Sporting

Infrastructure

$10k

Infrastructure

Education

$31k

Education

Health

$62k

Health

Youth

$63k

Youth

Arts

$62k

Arts/culture

WA

WA is Australia’s largest State in geographic terms. It also looms large as THE Community Bank® state of Australia.

It’s where 43 communities bank with their locally owned Community Bank® branch. In return, it’s where almost $20 million in Community Bank® dollars has been reinvested.

It’s happening in WA. It’s happening right across Australia. View more WA stories.

Sharing profits with communities in Western Australia

$20 million in profits from our Community Bank® partnerships have been reinvested in communities across Western Australia since 2000, including;

Sporting

$3.1m

Sporting

Infrastructure

$1.6m

Infrastructure

Education

$1.9m

Education

Health

$1.0m

Health

Youth

$1.4m

Youth

Arts

$0.9m

Arts/culture

TAS

The Apple Isle is home to a loyal and successful Community Bank® network of branches.

Having already reinvested more than $2.2 million back into the local economy, Tasmania is the Community Bank® leader when it comes to youth engagement.

It’s happening in Tassie. It’s happening right across Australia. View more Tasmanian stories.

Sharing profits with communities in Tasmania

$2.2 million in profits from our Community Bank® partnerships have been reinvested in communities across Tasmania since 2004, including;

Sporting

$298k

Sporting

Infrastructure

$247k

Infrastructure

Education

$140k

Education

Health

$94k

Health

Youth

$124k

Youth

Arts

$67k

Arts/culture

QLD

In the Sunshine State we’re fast becoming the Community Bank® state. We have a strong branch presence in QLD, with 49 community owned branches and 46 Bendigo Bank branded branches. Our branch footprint stretches from the far north down to the NSW border and out into the west.

More than $15 million has been reinvested in Queensland since 2001.

It’s happening in Queensland. It’s happening right across Australia. View more Queensland stories.

Sharing profits with communities in Queensland

$15 million in profits from our Community Bank® partnerships have been reinvested in communities across Queensland since 2001, including;

Sporting

$2.5m

Sporting

Infrastructure

$1.3m

Infrastructure

Education

$1.1m

Education

Health

$0.3m

Health

Youth

$0.9m

Youth

Arts

$0.6m

Arts/culture