Bank of China BSB Numbers

List of Bank of China BSB Numbers with address and branch details

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To view the full details for each branch's BSB Number, please click on the BSB Number on the rightmost column.

Bank of China Sydney NSW 352-000
Haymarket Sydney NSW 352-001
Parramatta Parramatta NSW 352-002
Hurstville Hurstville NSW 352-003
Chatswood Chatswood NSW 352-005
Internal use Sydney NSW 352-100
Brisbane Brisbane QLD 352-400
Perth Perth WA 352-600
Melbourne Melbourne VIC 353-000
Box Hill Branch Box Hill VIC 353-001
Chinatown Melbourne VIC 353-002
Adelaide Adelaide SA 355-000

What is Bank of China BSB number? Bank of China BSB number is a six digit number used to identify bank branches for Australian banks. BSB numbers will be different based on the branch of the account holder. It is based on the bank account origin by state and city.
In order to find the check BSB number of the branch you are looking for, click on the BSB Number link next to the branch name. Additionally, the list of bank BSB numbers is visible on this page for easier access.