Make your savings work harder for you

Achieve your life goals sooner

Saving for a holiday, house, car, or your future? Put your savings to work in our fee-free high interest cash account.
Make your savings work harder for you.
Cache Savings invests in the BetaShares Australian High Interest Cash ETF, which returned 1.82% (after costs) over the 12 months to 31 October 2019.
*Past returns may not be indicative of future returns

Why use Cache Savings?

It's free and easy to get started

  • Stable high interest returns
  • Keep your money safe and secure
  • No fees
  • Access your money any time

How it works

Cache invests your savings in a high interest cash exchange traded fund provided by BetaShares, an investment company that shops around to find the best interest rates. BetaShares holds products with NAB, Bendigo Bank, Adelaide, Bank, Bankwest (CBA), Bank of Queensland, JP Morgan, Rabobank, Bank of Tokyo and much more.
The best part?
  • No lock-in terms (withdraw whenever you like)
  • No minimum or maximum balance
  • No minimum transactions
*Other costs may apply. Please see the relevant PDS for details.

No fees - ever

Your Cache Savings account is fee-free

  • No monthly fees
  • No hidden charges
  • Unlimited free transfers and transactions

Secure by design

Bank-grade security

Our bank-level web security keeps your information safe and secure.

Backed by cash

Your money is 100% backed by cash and cash equivalents. We do not lend your money out to anyone. We're not a bank!

Fraud Protection

All accounts are monitored for unusual activity and are protected under Mastercard's Zero Liability policy.
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This website is operated by Cache Investment Management Pty Ltd (ACN 624 306 430) (Cache). The financial products described on this website will be issued by third parties, as disclosed in the relevant PDS. All information is general information only and does not take into account your personal circumstances, financial situation or needs. Before making a financial decision, you should read the relevant product disclosure statement and consider whether the product is right for you and whether you should obtain advice from a professional financial adviser.