Update your filters to get more cards to display. Reach out if you are having any problems.
Bank of Melbourne is the new face of St.George Bank in Victoria. It represents all of the quality and service of St.George simply with new branding - focused on serving Victoria with a premium banking service. As a relatively new bank it features products based largely on St George's products but with newer offers.
Bank of Melbourne products are available nationwide and are serviceable at St.George branches outside Victoria, and BankSA branches in South Australia and of course online. Credit cards are useable wherever they are accepted and all card management of payments and transactions can be done through internet banking. You don't need to live in Victoria to benefit from the great introductory offers.
A subsidiary of Westpac, (as also St.George & Bank SA), Bank of Melbourne has been around as a brand since 1989 - independent until 1997 when Westpac acquired it. It was relaunched as a brand in 2011 to focus on Victorians.
Bank of Melbourne aims to be as popular and focused on Victorians in the same way as St.George has proven a popular and customer friendly brand. Westpac believe a local focus in the states is key - so now have a brand for NSW, Victoria and SA as well as obvious coverage by Westpac in each.
Providing excellent banking products and services, plus customer service that actually serve the customer, Bank of Melbourne is on your side when it comes to credit cards. Backed by the Westpac Group, Bank of Melbourne offers a range of affordable credit cards that suit you.
If you are looking for a no frills credit card that offers great rates, try the Bank of Melbourne Vertigo card. Or for rewards, try the Bank of Melbourne Amplify Visa, which allows you to earn points for the Amplify Rewards program or Amplify Qantas.
With Bank of Melbourne credit cards, you can benefit not only from helpful introductory offers, but you can also enjoy competitive ongoing rates and a low annual fee.
Something you need to know? Ask our credit card expert a question.Ask a question