Skip to main content

We want all our customers to make the most of their money. That’s why we’ve made it easy to open a online.

Already bank with us?

You're all set to open a Money Maker term deposit online! Simply log in to internet banking and go to Apply. Or you can use the P&N Bank mobile app – just select Open an account from the main menu.

New to P&N? Joining online is quick and easy

Open a fee-free & Transaction Account (or any of our savings accounts) online, and then you can easily open a term deposit using internet banking or the mobile app.

Open your transaction or savings account online

If you're new here, you'll need to open an account with us before opening a term deposit. It only takes around five minutes.

Transfer money into your account

With instant access to your new P&N Bank account number, you can transfer your funds across from your other bank in minutes.

Open your term deposit

Log in to internet banking or the mobile app, choose your term, and follow the prompts to open your term deposit. Simple!

Open an & Transaction Account

How to open your term deposit

Existing customers

Already bank with P&N? Great choice - simply login to internet banking or go to the mobile app to open your new term deposit account.

New customers

You will need to have a transaction or savings account with us before you open your term deposit. If you’re over 18 years of age, you can open your account in minutes. You’ll become a customer and enjoy all of the benefits of banking with P&N. 

Open an & Transaction Account

View all our bank accounts

Open your term deposit account in a branch

We're happy to meet you if you choose to open your term deposit at your nearest branch.

New customers

To open your account online you will need to be:

  • over 18 years of age
  • an individual (not a business or association)
  • an Australian resident with a current Australian residential address.

And you’ll need to provide two of the following:

  • a valid Australian driver's licence;
  • an Australian passport;
  • a Medicare card (green).

Handy hint: Have your tax file number ready. If you earn more interest than the limit set by the ATO, you need to pay tax. To avoid this, provide your tax file number when applying.

Open your account in a branch

If you don’t already bank with us you’ll need to bring your Australian driver's licence or a valid Australian passport for ID.

A list of alternative identification documents is available for anyone who:

  • is under 18 years of age
  • is a non-resident
  • doesn't have an Australian photo identity document

Why choose P&N Bank?

Unlike the bigger banks, our customers and owners are one and the same, so there’s no conflict with shareholders. P&N Bank is all about you.

Our mission is to offer West Aussies a refreshing banking choice. And as WA's largest customer-owned bank, we make achieving your financial goals easier by reinvesting our profits back into our products and services. We help you take control of your finances and give you a hand with your banking when you need it.

When you choose to bank with us, you’re not just another customer; you’re an important piece of the puzzle that makes us who we are. 

Discover the P&N difference

We're here to help

Talk to us

Whether you’d prefer to chat to us over the phone, in person, or online, you can get in touch.

Find a branch

We’ve got branches all over the Perth region, and as far south as Bunbury.

Get answers online

We’ve got heaps of info and answers to your questions in our comprehensive help centre.

Is a term deposit right for you?

We take a close look at term deposits and explore both the advantages and disadvantages so that you can make an informed decision.

4 min read 27 Jul 2023

Savings accounts vs term deposit accounts

Both are used to save money, and both have their advantages, but it's important to know the difference between them.

3 min read 04 Jan 2023

Read more

How to get the best return on your deposits

If you have a term deposit, or thinking of opening one, make sure you get the most out of your investment with some simple tips.

2 min read 04 Mar 2017

Read more