QBANK, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

QBANK (formerly Queensland Police Credit Union), headquartered in Brisbane, is a bank for police, fire, health, public service and justice. It has over 25,000 customers and around 80 employees and provides services to police officers, firefighters, government employees, correctional services officers as well as paramedics, health workers and their families. The Bank's offerings are transaction and savings accounts, term deposits, retirement accounts; personal, home and car loans, Visa credit and debit cards, financial planning, foreign cash exchange, telegraphic transfers, travel cards (MasterCard multi-currency cash passport card) as well as mobile and internet banking and general insurance services including home, car and mortgage insurance. The company has been serving Queenslanders since June 2, 1964. It was formerly known as Queensland Police Credit Union and was converted to QBANK in 2016. For the full-year ended 30 June 2023, it reported net profit of $1.55 million, net interest income of $19.4 million, total assets of $1.01 billion, deposits of $819 million, loans of $825 million and total equity of $89 million. QBANK is trading name of QPCU Limited.

Bluey Credit Card:
No annual fee
5 star rated by Canstar
Interest rate: 12.49% p.a.
Minimum limit: $1,000
Low rate on purchases & cash advances
Interest free period up to 55 days
(Rates as of April 10, 2024)

Head office address:
Level 1, 231 North Quay
Brisbane QLD, Australia
Phone number: 13 77 28
International Call: +61 7 300 84444
ABN: 79 087 651 036
BSB number: 704 052
Website: qbank.com.au

Postal Address:
PO Box 13003
George Street QLD 4003

QBANK Branches

North Quay
Level 1, 231 North Quay, Brisbane
Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday, 8.45 am - 4.30 pm

Emergency Services Complex
Access limited to Queensland Government Employees
Corner of Kedron Park Road
Hours: Monday - Friday, 10 am - 2 pm

Queensland Police Academy
Access limited to QPS staff and recruits
Rudd Street, Oxley
Hours: Monday - Friday, 10 am - 2 pm