Compare and apply for credit card offers from CUA, a smaller regional credit union with a reputation for excellent customer care.
CUA is the acronym for Credit Union Australia, a mutual bank owned by its members, not by shareholders. It’s Australia’s largest member-owned financial institution, formed from a series of mergers of smaller credit unions and tracing its history back to 1946.
Its head office is in Brisbane, but it has more than 50 branches around Australia, employing over 1,000 staff and serving over 500,000 customers. CUA offers bank deposit and transaction accounts, credit cards, home loans, personal loans, a wide range of insurance products, financial planning and superannuation.
CUA has over 50 branches in Queensland, New South Wales, ACT, Victoria and Western Australia.
Yes, it has both.
Yes, CUA does have ATMs at its branches, but its cardholders can also access 10,000 ATMs belonging to the Big Four banks, free of charge.
No. You can have a CUA credit card without switching to them for your normal banking needs.
CUA offers the CUA Platinum Credit Card (a rewards points Mastercard with complimentary travel and shoppers’ insurance) and the CUA Low Rate Mastercard.
Yes. You can use your CUA credit card with all three mobile device payment platforms.