Personal Loans

Whether it's attending a family wedding overseas, house renovations for a new arrival or perhaps time for a bigger family car, a personal loan could help fund almost anything.

With flexible terms, easy regular payments and a special low interest rate of just 13.49% p.a. a Westpac personal loan could help you.

How a Westpac Personal Loan works

We have a special low interest rate of just 13.49%p.a. for loan terms between 1 to 5 years (if you require a different loan term, please speak to our lending specialists).

You can apply to borrow up to $50,000 unsecured – or maybe more, depending on your circumstances.  

Repayments and fees

We want to be upfront about what you will pay and why. Here’s what you need to know about our personal loan payments and fees:

Personal loans - Fees
Fee typeFee amount
Establishment and documentation fee
$100 per loan
Loan payment failed fee
$10 per failure 
Overdue payment
(You will be charged default interest in addition to the normal interest rate on any overdue balance until the overdue balance is paid.)
5% p.a.

 See what your repayments could be

Repayments

 

Use our personal loan calculator to get an idea of how much you can borrow,  what your repayments would be and how long you would need to make them for. 

Work out a payment plan >

For example, if you borrow $10,000 over 3 years at 13.49% p.a.; with a monthly repayment of $343, the total amount you’d need to repay would be $12,337 (including a $100 establishment fee).

How to apply

Applying for a Westpac Personal Loan is easy - you can do it all online in a few minutes. 

  • Already a customer with Westpac One®?

    You can apply for a Personal Loan using Westpac One

    Apply in Westpac One
  • New to Westpac, or don't have Westpac One?

    If you're new to Westpac, or don't use Westpac One, you can apply for a Personal Loan online.

    Apply online 

Other ways to borrow

A personal loan might not always be the best way to go. Particularly if you only need the money in the short term and you are able to repay it quickly and in full. Here are a couple of alternative options to consider:

Overdrafts >

If you need a smaller amount of money for a short amount of time, an overdraft could be a good option. You can arrange a line of credit up to $2,000 (or more depending on your circumstances) that’s available as and when you need it. 

Credit card >

If you want the flexibility to make large purchases straight away and then quickly pay off the balance, our range of credit cards are another great alternative.