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  • Smart Saving in 2021: Achieving Goals with Christm...
    As Australians are reminded of their holiday spending habits with incoming credit card statements and ‘buy now, pay later’ payments falling due, the Customer Owned Banking Association (COBA) is encouraging Australians to think beyond credit this New Year and start to set smart ... Read more
  • Christmas Opening Hours 2020
    Christmas is just around the corner! So make sure you have all your banking needs taken care of before the festive season begins this year. ... Read more
  • Barnardos Christmas Gift Appeal 2020
    The Barnardos Gifts for Kids – Christmas Gift Appeal gives thousands of disadvantaged Australian children the opportunity to open a present on Christmas Day. LCU is a proud supporter of the AMF (Australian Mutuals Foundation) who are participating in this years appeal.   ... Read more
  • Appreciate how Marvellous LCU is


    "There’s nothing like spending an hour on the phone to a bank, enduring endless delays and dead ends, clunky voice recognition programs and awful recorded music just to query a credit card charge, to appreciate just how marvellous LCU is. Just thought I’d say." - K

  • Thanks for tertiary scholarship


    "This email may appear random in subject however during this COVID lockdown situation, with my University now being all online, I have realised I never properly thanked LCU for the tertiary scholarship funds they granted me back at the beginning of 2019.

    I put the funds towards a new laptop for my university studies, an item which is now essential during online education, and so I am blessed to have been able to purchase this laptop thanks to the generosity of LCU. Thank you very much.

    I'd also like to thank LCU for their continued support of the community

  • Great Support


    "As many times before, I would like to thank all the staff at LCU for your great support. Recently, we purchased a property in ####### (when it was still possible to travel). We made it back to our overseas work location just before international travel came to a halt. We were able to do most of our paperwork on-line, except one signature witness event at the Australian Embassy in the capital city here. Even that was possible just before the domestic flights were cancelled. We had to make two financial transfers - one for the deposit, and one for settling. Both of them wer