Temporary changes to Airlie Beach services



Whitsundays customers are being directed to alternative bank services while we repair our Airlie Beach branch which received damage during Tropical Cyclone Debbie.

The branch and its attached ATM are both offline while we clean up.

To continue banking with us, customers can:

  • visit our Proserpine branch at 14-16 Main Street, open Monday to Thursday 9.30am-4.00pm and Friday 9.30am-5.00pm;
  • withdraw cash at the rediATM at 370 Shute Harbour Road or NAB ATM at 8 Galbraith Park Drive, Cannonvale;
  • withdraw and deposit cash, deposit cheques, pay bills, and check account balances by using Bank@Post at the Cannonvale Post Shop, 226 Shute Harbour Road, Cannonvale,
  • Visit nab.com.au; or
  • call us on 13 22 65.

Our NAB Assist team is also available to help any of our customers affected by the recent cyclone and floods. To find out more call 1800 701 599, or visit nab.com.au/disaster.



Related Articles

  • Business

Businesses woo savvy shoppers during sales season

Australian businesses targeting budget driven consumers have landed record sales with more than an estimated $8.7 billion spent across the four-day Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping period.

  • 30.11.2023
  • Time to read 2 min read
  • Media Release

NAB partners with Plenti for secured auto/EVs and renewables lending

NAB has agreed to enter a strategic partnership with fintech lender Plenti Group Limited.

  • 28.11.2023
  • Time to read 1 min read
  • Superannuation

Super Funds continue to increase allocation to international assets: NAB report

Australian Superannuation Funds are edging closer to 50% allocation to international assets as they seek diversification and attractive risk-adjusted returns, according to the NAB Super Insights Report 2023.

  • 27.11.2023
  • Time to read 2 min read

Quick links

Environment and sustainability

Find out how NAB is adopting a sustainable approach to managing our business, and helping our customers to do so.