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Bendigo Bank - ATM - Springfield



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The Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Group was formed in November 2007 as a result of the merger between Bendigo Bank and Adelaide Bank. A publicly listed company, the group is owned by more than 82,000 shareholders.

Under the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank umbrella, the various parts of our business operate under four distinct brands.

Our retail arm, Bendigo Bank, provides banking and wealth management services to individual and small to medium businesses.

Bendigo Bank is represented in all states and territories with almost 900 outlets, including more than 190 company-owned branches, 275 locally-owned Community BankĀ® branches, 90 agencies and 1900 ATMs.

Bendigo Bank - ATM - Springfield

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Latitude -27.6780° S 27.6780° S 27° 40' 40.8" -27° 40.68'
Longitude 152.901° E 152.901° E 152° 54' 3.6" 152° 54.06'
Address
1 Main Street
Springfield
Queensland
4300
Australia
Phone No.
No phone number available

Fax No.
No fax number available

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