Win a FIVEAA Locker Room Experience

Win a FIVEAA Locker Room Experience for you and 5 of your mates to the first Port Adelaide home game of the 2025 AFL Season, valued at approximately $1,500!

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At Credit Union SA we understand the importance of protecting your right to privacy and are committed to complying with the Privacy Act 1988, National Privacy Principles and Customer Owned Banking Code of Practice. Refer to our privacy policy to learn more about our commitment to your Privacy. No information will be given to other people or organisations. Credit Union SA will not ‘spam’, sell or rent email addresses collected. The information collected will be used solely for the purposes of providing you with further information on our products and services. If you would prefer that we do not contact you after your initial enquiry, please call 13 8777 and your details and personal information will be destroyed.


Credit Union SA is South Australia's third largest credit union, with $1.7 billion in assets and over 54,000 members.

Credit Union SA was formed on 1 October 2009 by a merger between former South Australian credit unions Satisfac and Powerstate, which had their origins in the education and industrial sectors respectively. Both organisations were renowned for their local knowledge

As a customer owned banking organisation, we are not driven by the need to return dividends to shareholders in the manner of the major banks. As a result, we're able to channel the profits we generate back to our membership and broader community.

This is achieved in the form of innovative new products and services, competitive fees and interest rates, high levels of personal service, community development initiatives and project funding.

If you don’t believe your current financial institution values your business anymore, why stay loyal to them? If you’re sick of ever-increasing fees, reduced customer service and big profit banks that are more concerned about their shareholders than you, maybe it’s time you considered making the change to an institution that exists to benefit members.