The search functionality on Macquarie Online Banking and the Macquarie Mobile Banking app recognises everyday spoken language to help you search for a combination of transactions.

Enter simple phrases into the top search bar.

Here are some examples of the search types you can use:
  • Transaction approximates: ‘around $10’, ‘purchases last year around $50’
  • Key words or purchases: ‘Myer’, ‘food and drink’
  • Colloquial search terms: ‘Woolies’, ‘Maccas’
  • Transactions by timeframe: ‘This week’, ‘today’, ‘between January and March’
  • Multiple criteria: ‘Between 21/2/17 and 10/5/2017 between $10 and $30’.

Alternatively, in Macquarie Online Banking you can select Transactions in the dropdown next to the search bar. Select or enter the search terms you need to find transactions.

Once you have transactions returned in a search, click on the download arrow button on the right to download into .CSV or .QIF format.


Our search filters currently support the following accounts:
  • Macquarie Transaction Account
  • Macquarie Savings Account
  • Macquarie Cash Management Account
  • Macquarie Consolidator Cash Account
  • Macquarie Home Loan
  • Macquarie Credit Card.

We’re working hard to incorporate search functionality into the rest of our products.
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