Great Southern Bank Australia 4+

Credit Union Australia (CUA)

    • Free

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Do your banking anywhere and at any time with the Great Southern Bank Mobile Banking app. Check your balances, schedule payments, pay bills on the go, and use PayID to send and receive money using a mobile phone number or email address instead of remembering a BSB and account number.

Security features:

• Change your password after you log in
• Reset your debit card PIN
• Fingerprint login and Face ID on supported devices
• Lock your debit card temporarily if you misplace it

Other features

• The Vault allows you to hide your savings account to help you reach your savings goals faster
• Activate your debit card
• Search pending payments and transactions
• Add and delete scheduled payments
• Delete payees and billers
• Add your debit cards to your Apple Wallet and use before the physical card arrives
• Make fast payments using the New Payments Platform (NPP). Transfer funds in under a minute between participating Osko financial institutions [1]
• View interest rates for home and personal loans
• View your loan redraw amount
• Contact us via phone or email

More features at

Note: For the best possible experience, we recommend using the app on your iPhone.

Getting started
Download the app and click the ‘Register’ button on the login page.

Alternatively, you can register online at, call us on 133 282 or drop into your local branch.

If you’re already registered for digital banking, simply download the Great Southern Bank Mobile Banking app and you’re ready to go. The first time you log in you’ll need your existing Great Southern Bank customer number and password. After that, you can save your details securely.

Important Security Information
Great Southern Bank Mobile Banking provides the same high level of protection as our online banking service. To stay secure, we recommend that you:
• Keep your password and customer number secret
• Always log out once you’ve finished your banking

Remember, we will never send you emails, SMS messages, or call you to ask for personal information such as your customer number or password. If you receive any suspicious communications, do not respond or click on any hyperlink or attachment included in the message, as it could be an attempt to obtain your personal information or fraudulently access your account. If you’re in doubt, please call us immediately on 133 282.

Important Information
Your use of the app, and any specific products or services that you may access using the app, is subject to our Terms & Conditions. Before downloading this app, please read both the Terms & Conditions and the security tips – available at

Any reference to digital banking in the Terms & Conditions also applies to the use of this mobile banking service. By clicking download and installing, you agree to the Terms & Conditions.

The Great Southern Bank Mobile Banking app is provided by Great Southern Bank, a business name of Credit Union Australia Ltd ABN 44 087 650 959, AFSL and Australian Credit Licence 238317. This is general information and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Consider whether this service is appropriate for you before deciding to download the Great Southern Bank app.

Apple, Apple Wallet and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

[1] Refer to New Payments Platform and Osko NPP Terms at

There’s no fee for accessing your Great Southern Bank accounts using our mobile banking app. Mobile network provider charges may apply. Access is subject to availability and maintenance, refer to our website for more information.

BETA operating system software is not supported by Great Southern Bank, please refer to our Terms and Conditions.

What’s New

Version 7.7.3

We have been busy improving your mobile banking experience. The latest version of our mobile banking app includes:

• Great Southern Bank product pages – you can seamlessly browse and apply for a wide range of banking products right from the palm of your hand.

• Some small bug fixes and improvements to the user interface.

If you encounter any problems, kindly delete and reinstall the app.

Ratings and Reviews

2.6 out of 5
1K Ratings

1K Ratings

gates73 ,

It’s ok.

The app is functional and allows me to do most aspects of online banking relatively easily. When I need to check or do something that is a less frequent action, I find I have to click around on different options a lot to find what I’m looking for, so clearly the organisation could be more intuitive.

Please remove the “vault” function or at the least make it optional for people to activate it if they want it. Most people check their bank accounts because they do want to know how their finances are going. The “vault” is cluttering up the screen unnecessarily. So annoying, it doesn’t seem to have a button to get rid of it.

Online banking through the website is much better designed and has more functions but the app is an acceptable substitute if you’re busy out and about.

Developer Response ,

Hi Gates, thank you for your feedback and glad to hear that you’re liking our Online Banking site. We’re currently working on some changes to The Vault which will be available in our next update that automatically moves The Vault to the bottom of the account list. I’ve also passed on your feedback to our Digital team. Thanks, the CUA team

GoodGirlPearl ,

Bugged on iPhone 14 Pro

At the moment, the app is basically bugged on iPhone 14 Pro and presumably, Pro max. Screen contents get cut off at the top *and* the bottom. The home slider overlaps the navigation bar, and often, the control centre icons and dynamic island cut off not only visual objects but also controls, like the Close button on the left side menu. Almost immediately I had an instance where the menu didn’t close after switching to another screen, and I couldn’t figure out how to properly tap the Close button. It doesn’t particularly make sense because top cutoff is common on the 14 Pro, but not to such a frustrating extent, and cutoff on the bottom makes no sense as there was zero change to the dimensions of the bottom of the phone. I can confirm that neither of these are an issue on my partner’s iPhone 13 Pro. Aside from that, the ability to share/airdrop account details and freely add and save payees without having to send money to them, unlike the ANZ app, is a pretty strong draw. Would recommend the ability to go back by swiping from the left, and open the menu by doing so, too.

Developer Response ,

Hi , we're sorry to hear you're having this experience with the app. Are you able to send us some more details of the issue to We'll be able to look into this for you. Thanks, the Great Southern Bank team.

Leekitten ,

It’s functional enough…

It’s not a bad app. It has a pleasant interface and it’s easy to use. However, iCloud AutoFill password doesn’t seem to work with it (doesn’t AutoFill my password) so I either have to login to password keychain or just put the password in myself. The only problem I have had with this is this app and the Great Southern Bank website login. Also, the app seems fair basic - not as many options or functions such as being able to edit scheduled transfers etc. It’s even more tedious having to login to the website (which is not user friendly, does not let you use AutoFill, and doesn’t have a mobile-friendly interface) just to manage your bank accounts. PLEASE make it easier and faster to sign in to internet banking and to the app. It gets really frustrating having to login all the time - especially when you’re at the checkout and need to transfer money.

App Privacy

The developer, Credit Union Australia (CUA), indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer's privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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