Credit Unions in Queensland

Following is a list of credit unions operating in the state of Queensland, the second largest state in Australia. Brisbane is the capital and the largest city of Queensland, with a population of over 2.4 million.

Credit Union Australia (CUA) – The largest credit union in the country by total assets, deposits, loans and number of members. It employs around 1,000 employees and serves over 500,000 members through branches and ATMs across Australia. The total assets were $19.5 billion at June 2020.

ECU Australia Ltd, established in 1973, was acquired by Queensland Country Credit Union (QCCU) in September 2017.

Maleny Credit Union, founded in 1984, offers home loans, personal and car loans, everyday savings accounts, kids accounts, term deposits, cash management, Visa debit cards, multi-currency cash passport prepaid Mastercard, online banking, international and cheque book services, broker services (car search brokers), foreign exchange and CGU general insurance including home and contents insurance, landlords and travel insurance.

Queensland Country Credit Union – The second largest credit union in Queensland with 33 branches and service centres and around 400 employees. Established in 1971, it is a deposit taking institution regulated by APRA (Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority).

Queensland Police Credit Union changed its name to QPCU Limited in 2016 and commenced trading as QBANK. As of March 2021, QBANK had more than 25,000 members.

Queensland Professional Credit Union, founded in 1967, operates as a division of Auswide Bank.

Queensland Teachers' Credit Union (QTCU), the fifth largest Australian credit union, changed its name to QT Mutual Bank in October 2011. It became one of Australia's first mutual banks after APRA approved its use.

Queenslanders Credit Union – A subsidiary of Queensland Country Credit Union Limited.

Railways Credit Union – Became Move People Driven Banking in 2016 and changed its name to MOVE Bank in May 2018.

The Capricornian Ltd was previously known as Capricornia Credit Union.

The Gympie Credit Union, established in 1968, merged with Warwick Credit Union in 2019.

Warwick Credit Union offers savings and lending products through network of branches in South East Queensland.

Updated as of June 1, 2021