6 Month Term Deposit Rates

Provider Rate
Bank of China Australia 6 Month Term Deposit

Rate is applicable to deposits ranging from $20,000 to $5,000,000. 

2.50%
6 month
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Nov 2018
Bank SA 6 Month Term Deposit

The interest rates applicable for this 6 month term product is for interest paid at maturity for $250,000 to $5,000,000.

Please Note: Other deposit products include options for interest paid monthly, half yearly and annually. 

2.15%
6 month
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Jun 2018
Bank of Melbourne 6 Month Term Deposit

The current interest rate for this term deposit product is for a 1 year period and applies to deposit amounts or balances ranging from $250,000 to $5,000,000. Interest paid at maturity.

2.15%
6 month
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Nov 2018
St George Bank 6 Month Term Deposit

Rate indicated is for the range between $1,000 to $5 million at maturity

2.15%
6 Month
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Jun 2018
Suncorp Bank 6 Month Term Deposit

Rate indicated is for the range between $100,000 to $499,999.

2.05%
6 Month
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Aug 2019
UBank 6 Month Term Deposit

Rate indicated is for the range between $1000 to $2 million includes loyalty bonus

2.05%
6 Month
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Aug 2019
State Bank of India Australia 6 Month Term Deposit

Minimum deposit of $250,000 required for residents to open the account. Minimum deposit of $20,000 for non-residents.

2.00%
6 Month
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Aug 2019
BOQ 6 Month Term Deposit

BOQ Premier Investment account is 6 month term deposit account with no account maintenance or transcation fees. The minimum investment is of $1000 to start up

1.90%
6 month
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Aug 2019
AustralianSuper 6 Month Term Deposit

You can invest in this option if you are an AustralianSuper member and have more than $10,000 in the account.

1.82% to 2.20%
6 month
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Aug 2019
Bank of Sydney 6 Month Term Deposit

Rate shown is applicable to deposits ranging from $250,000-$1,000,000 with interest calculated daily and paid at maturity.

1.80%
6 month
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Aug 2019

The 6 month TD product is a popular offering provided for retail customers from banks. Considered a short term product, it is heavily influenced by RBA decision directions.

Below shows the interest payment options from a large national bank in Australia.


For such a short term rate it peaked at over 16% in 1988/1989 falling to about 2% in 2016.