Cheque and savings accounts

After logging on to ANZ Internet Banking all of your linked accounts will display on the home page.

  • Selecct your cheque or savings account to view your transactions and to access various features to help you manage the account.

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Use our frequently asked questions to find out more about cheque and savings accounts.

How do I link my cheque or saving account to ANZ Internet Banking?

You can link your accounts to ANZ Internet Banking in one of three ways:

  • Use the Link or delink a personal account function on ANZ Internet Banking - this will take 24-48 hours.
  • Contact the ANZ Internet Banking team on 13 33 50 (International callers: +61 3 9683 8833) 24 hours a day, seven days a week - this will be immediate.
  • Visit your nearest ANZ branch - this will be immediate.

V2 Plus customers may contact the V2 Plus team on 13 28 33 between 8.00am and 8.00pm (AEST) Monday to Friday to get your V2 Plus accounts linked to your CRN.

If you are an ANZ Internet Banking for Business customer, please download, print, complete and fax the maintenance form to request a business account to be linked to your CRN.

What is the difference between my available funds and my current balance?

Current balance

The current balance incorporates all transactions that have been processed to the account.

  • It may include funds which have been deposited but not yet cleared and therefore are not available for withdrawal.
  • Likewise it may not show recently withdrawn funds until they have been fully processed.

Available funds

Available funds are the total amount available for withdrawal from your account.

  • It will include account specific items such as withdrawal limits, credit limits, redraw and overdraft facilities.
  • It will also include the recent transactions that are in the process of being posted to your credit card or visa debit account.
  • It will not include funds that are currently held in an ANZ Term Deposit, as these funds are usually unavailable until investment maturity.
  • It will not include all funds that have been deposited but not yet cleared, such as cheques waiting for clearance.
What else can I do on cheque/saving account overview page?
How do I download my cheque/savings account transactions to my computer?
Do I need special software to download my transactions?
How do I print the transaction history on my cheque/saving accounts?

Once you have viewed the transaction history for a particular cheque/saving account, you can then print your transactions by clicking on the "Print" icon on the top right hand side corner.

  • Up to 100 transactions will display in a print-friendly version of the page. Select "Print" at the top of the page to print these transactions.
  • To print or download more than 100 transactions, please select “Search” or “Download” from the “Transactions” tab and print from there
Are my accounts eligible for online statements?

Online statements are automatically available for eligible accounts linked to ANZ Internet Banking, including cheque and savings accounts.

Determine if your account is eligible for online statements by viewing the full list here:

Can other signatories for my accounts log on to my ANZ Internet Banking?

No. The other signatory cannot share the same Customer Registration Number (CRN) as yours.

  • However, they can access the same account through their own CRN by getting the account linked to their ANZ Internet Banking CRN.
What does the question mark that I see across ANZ Internet Banking mean?

The question mark that you can see across your ANZ Internet Banking is a link to the "HELP" section.

  • When you click on the question mark, it gives you additional information regarding that particular topic.
What does "outstanding authorisations" mean?
What are the "Recent transactions"?

Need more help?

For further assistance please call the ANZ Internet Banking Helpdesk on 13 33 50 (International callers: +61 3 9683 8833) 24 hours a day, seven days a week.