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bcu Maclean branch

bcu is a member-owned organisation, with a focus on local community banking.

Our team at Maclean can assist with all your banking needs. We are committed to providing award-winning products and services delivered with local expertise and knowledge.

Come into the branch and we'll guide you through the easy steps of switching to bcu, as well as set you up with banking on the go including the Visa Debit cards, bcu iBank and the bcu Connect App.

Branch details

Address

235 River Street
Maclean 2463

Opening hours

Monday 9:30am - 4:00pm
Tuesday 9:30am - 4:00pm
Wednesday 9:30am - 4:00pm
Thursday 9:30am - 4:00pm
Friday 9:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Features

Express deposit box, ATM


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Why choose bcu?

Our staff at the Maclean branch can assist you with all your personal banking needs including everyday transaction accounts, savings accounts, term deposits, foreign currency, international transfers, insurance and more. The Maclean branch also has an online banking kiosk where staff can show you how to operate the bcu online banking platform, and a mobile lender is available by appointment to discuss home and personal loans as well as credit card applications.

At bcu we are a division of Police and Nurses Limited which means you get all the benefits of being with a larger banking group plus the personalised service and knowledge you'd expect from a local bank.

In the community

The popular Maclean Highland Gathering has been held for over 100 years over the Easter weekend. Participants and bands contest traditional Scottish athletic and cultural competitions, such as caber tossing, highland dancing, band competition, and bag-piping. The 'Maclean, the Scottish Town in Australia Association', is a community group which was formed in 1986 under the initiative of former bank manager Mr Graham Leach, and works to promote Maclean's strong Scottish origins. The work of this committee over the years has ensured that Maclean now has national and international recognition as the Scottish Town in Australia. Many street signs are written in English and Scottish Gaelic, power poles are painted with tartan patterns, and a stone cairn has been erected in Herb Stanford Park.

Nearby towns and suburbs

Yamba, Iluka, Gullmarrad, Broomshead, Harwood, Ashby, Lawrence