View my transactions

Viewing your account transactions is easy with ANZ Internet Banking and ANZ Internet Banking for Business. In most cases, you can:

  • View recent transactions
  • View transactions processed to your account during the last 120 days (90 days for V2 Plus accounts)
  • View details of your transaction
  • Print your transactions

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To view your transactions:

  • Go to the "View Accounts" page, which is the first page you see when you log on to ANZ Internet Banking. If you cannot locate it go to the "Accounts" menu and select "View Accounts".
  • Select your card/account by selecting the card/account name
  • Select the "Transaction history" tab (if not already selected) and follow the steps below.

Note: The "Transaction history" tab will be displayed by default for everyday/savings accounts, loan accounts or investment accounts. Credit card accounts will instead display the "Card statement" tab by default.

Step 1 - View the transactions
  • Up to 100 transactions can be displayed on a single page. If the list of transactions spans more than one page, you can click on the "Next" or "Previous" buttons located above and below the transactions to view the other pages
  • The transaction history list will include one or both of the following types of transactions:

"Recent": the transactions that have been received by ANZ for processing. Once these transactions have been processed they will be moved to the "Processed"* list.

"Processed": the transactions that have been processed to your selected account in the last 120 days. For V2 Plus accounts, only transactions from the last 90 days will display.

*Transactions made on your credit card will not appear on your "Transaction history" page until they have been processed, so you will not find any transactions under the “Recent” heading.

  • The transaction history list will not include transactions made on your ANZ Access Visa Debit card that have been received by ANZ for processing but have not cleared yet. You can view such transactions on the "Outstanding authorisations" tab. (Credit cards and ANZ Everyday Visa Debit cards do not have an “Outstanding authorisations” tab).
Step 2 - View the merchant description (optional)
  • Some processed transactions will include an arrow to the left of the transaction description
  • The arrow enables you to view additional information for a given transaction
  • This information is helpful if you don’t immediately recognise a transaction by the standard transaction details, and wish to find out more about the nature of your payment
  • If you still don’t recognise a transaction, it is recommended you use the “Lodge a transaction dispute” function, so it can be investigated promptly.
Step 3 - Print the transactions (optional)

If you wish to print your transactions for your own records click on the "Print copy" icon in the top right corner.

  • A print-friendly version of the page will display. Click on "Print" at the top of the page to print the page.
  • If there is no print icon in the top right corner please use your own browser's print function (Control + P)
  • The printed page will not include any merchant descriptions shown in step 2.
Step 4 - Select another account (optional)

To view transaction history on the other accounts:

  • Select another account from the "Select account" dropdown at the top of the page
  • Click "Go"
  • Select the “Transaction history” tab (if not already selected)
  • Then repeat steps 1-3.

Need more help?

Use our frequently asked questions to find out more about viewing your transactions.

How can I view past transactions on a particular account?
How can I view transaction history for 60 days or 120 days?

The best way to view transactions for specific date ranges is to use the search transactions function. Find out more about searching transactions:

What are "outstanding authorisations"?
What are recent transactions?
What information does my transactions list show?

The "Transaction history" tab shows the list of transactions carried out on a particular account for the last 120 days. It lists the following:

  • The date the transaction was processed
  • The description for the transaction
  • The description of the merchant where the transaction was made (where available)
  • The debit or credit amount of the transaction
  • The running balance after the transaction (not displayed for credit card accounts and loan accounts).
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.
How far back do my transactions go?

For a V2 Plus account, it goes back up to 90 days while for all other accounts you can access them online for up to 120 days. For transactions carried out prior to 120 days check your paper statement or your online statement, if applicable.

How can I view my transactions made before I registered for ANZ Internet Banking?

For a V2 Plus account, it goes back up to 90 days while for all other accounts you can access them online for up to 120 days. For transactions carried out prior to 120 days check your paper statements or your online statements.

How can I see my full statement?

If you have a credit card, you can view your last three complete credit card statements using the “Card statement” tab.

Otherwise, to view a full statement of your accounts, you can refer to your paper or online statements (if applicable).

Can I delete transactions?

No. Once the transaction is processed to your account, you cannot cancel or delete the transaction. However, you may lodge a transaction dispute if applicable.

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.