Current Investment Interest Rates

Interest Rates from 1st December 2020

Koala Club and Savings Accounts                            0.50%
Available for all children under 18
(Requires 31 days notice to withdraw)

NEW 31 DAY Premium Saver                                     0.50%

(Requires 31 days notice to withdraw)


Christmas Club                                                            0.50% 


Fixed Term Investments

Interest is paid on maturity of Fixed Term Investment

3 months                                                                       0.40%
(Min investment $5,000)

6 months                                                                       0.50%
(Min investment $5,000)

9 months                                                                       0.50%
(Min investment $5,000)                                              

12 months                                                                     0.60%
(Min investment $5,000) 

24 months                                                                     0.65%
(Min investment $500)

Interest rates on all accounts are calculated on daily balances. No additional charges are applied to CDF accounts. Rates are subject to change without notice.

Pleaese Note: Any withdrawal from a Fixed Term Investment before maturity will incur a penalty of reduced interest. 

The Catholic Development Fund Diocese of Bathurst (CDF) is not subject to the provisions of the Corporation Act 2001 nor has it been examined or approved by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. Deposits with CDF are guaranteed by CDPF Limited, a company established by the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference for this purpose. We welcome your investment with the CDF rather than with a profit-oriented commercial organisation as a conscious commitment by you to support the Charitable, Religious and Educational works of the Catholic Church. CDF, nor the Trustees of the Roman Catholic Church for the Diocese of Bathurst are prudentially supervised by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority; contributions to CDF do not obtain the benefit of the depositor protection provisions of the Banking Act 1959; CDF is designed for investors who wish to promote the charitable purposes of CDF. AFSL No: 497040

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