SWIFT codes are only for International bank transfers
When withdrawing or depositing funds from an overseas bank account, you will be required
to enter a SWIFT code.
What is a SWIFT code?
A SWIFT code is a unique 8 character code that identifies a bank branch and is
used for international bank transfers.
Is a SWIFT code required if I am withdrawing funds from my OzLotteries account?
Yes. You will be required to enter the SWIFT code of your own bank provider.
If you do not know the SWIFT code of your bank, you will need to
contact them directly for this information. Please note:
What is the SWIFT code for depositing funds onto my OzLotteries account?
You will be required to enter the SWIFT code of our bank which is: CommBank CTBAAU2S.
Bank Address: Heidelberg Branch, 56 Burgundy Street, Heidelberg, Melbourne, Australia, 3084.
A SWIFT code may also be known as a BIC code
Should you have any questions or feedback, please don't hesitate to contact our Customer Support on 1300 188 911 or at firstname.lastname@example.org