Banking in the Shoalhaven is set for a shake up with one of the big four banks moving to a new location.
Westpac has been part of the Nowra CBD for many years with a large footprint next to competitors, the Commonwealth Bank.
Westpac is relocating, still in the CBD, but to a slightly smaller premises but a high profile position on the north east corner of Junction and Kinghorne streets.
Ironically many years ago the location was also the site of a bank, the Commonwealth Bank.
Westpac confirmed the move to the new location, part of the Nowra Mall complex, but with a street frontage.
Westpac state general manager regional NSW and ACT Jo Moxey said the new branch had been designed to provide an enhanced experience and design for both customers and employees.
"It will feature an open, flexible layout and improved technology to help make banking simpler and faster for our customers, including 24-hour access to business deposits, coin machines and smart ATMs," she said.
"We look forward to welcoming our South Coast customers to our new Nowra branch in July."'
The design will meet the changing needs of its customers.
Customers have been notified of the move, including with posters inside the current branch, with Westpac saying the move would not impact on staffing numbers.
The site has been home to various businesses over the years including the likes of Commonwealth Bank, Sussan, B and K Camera House and more recently the Telstra Shop to name just a few.