Coronavirus: New Zealand banks' opening hours during the lockdown

Publish Date
Thursday, 2 April 2020, 3:20PM

As the coronavirus lockdown came into effect, all non-essential businesses were required to shut their doors, with only banks, supermarkets and pharmacies among the few still trading.

During the lockdown, some bank branches will be open for business along with online banking, digital tools, all smart ATMs and contact centres.

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To provide basic banking services to those who are unable to use online or telephone services, these are when the following banks will be open:

  • TSB: Mon 9am-12pm (except Easter Monday, when they will open the next day - Tuesday - instead)
  • ANZ: Weds 9-12
  • Kiwibank: Weds 10-1
  • Westpac: Weds 10-1
  • BNZ: Thurs 10-2

Please note only select branches will be open, so check with your bank first.