You can send a money transfer to Pakistan from the Western Union® app right away, or start your transfer in the app and pay in-storeDownload our app
Send money to Pakistan bank accounts including Habib Bank Limited, National Bank of Pakistan, Meezan Bank, Faysal Bank, Askari Bank and United Bank Limited.Find out more
Send money on the go or start on our app and pay in-store.
Track your money transfer to Pakistan in real time.
Repeat transfers quickly to friends and family.
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Complete your online profile to register, and enjoy 0 AUD transfer fees2 the first time you send money online to Pakistan. You can also get a free estimate anytime and without obligation to send money later.
Have your receiver’s details ready
For bank transfers to Pakistan, simply provide your receiver’s account number and International Bank Account Number (IBAN), and the branch name and address.
Resend in an instant
You can save your receiver’s details to send money again with a just few clicks or taps.
Send money to Pakistan from Australia the way that’s convenient for you: online, via our app, or in person at an agent location.
Our encryption and fraud prevention efforts help protect your Western Union money transfers to Pakistan.
Send money in minutes1 for cash pickup and track your money easily along the way.
We make a global average of 25 transactions per second and move money from Australia to over 200 countries and territories.
It’s easy to sign up and send money online 24/7.
Use your unique tracking number (MTCN) to track your money transfer online or via our app.
Pay online through your bank account, with your credit4 or debit card, or cash in-store.
Send money and your receiver can pick up the cash at a Western Union agent location near them. We have more than 13,0003 agent locations from Lahore to Karachi.
Western Union gives you control over how you choose to send money to Pakistan from Australia. Get 24/7 access to transfer options when you send money online or via the app. Or visit a Western Union agent location near you to get help sending money. You can even start the ball rolling using the app, before visiting a Western Union location to complete your payment.
Yes – in fact, sending money virtually anywhere is possible with Western Union. It’s simple and could take just minutes depending on the method you use to pay.
Sending money online to Pakistan is simple. You’ll need the full name of your receiver (as it appears on their ID) and their address, as well as your internet banking details, or alternatively a credit4, debit, or prepaid card from Visa or Mastercard. You’ll also need your receiver’s account number and International Bank Account Number (IBAN), and the branch name and address.
To create your account, we’ll also need information to confirm your identity. You’ll need an Australian passport or driver’s license.
The most you can send in a day is AUD $5,000, but your personal limit may depend on the service you choose and your transfer history. To see your individual limit, register and visit your profile.
Money transfers to Pakistan bank accounts like Habib Bank Limited, National Bank of Pakistan, Meezan Bank, Faysal Bank, Askari Bank and United Bank Limited can happen in real time. In the event of a receiver name mismatch, account mismatch or account requiring repair, delivery may be delayed.
1 Funds may be delayed or services unavailable based on certain transaction conditions, including amount sent, destination country, currency availability, regulatory issues, identification requirements, required receiver action(s), agent location hours, differences in time zones, or selection of delayed options. Additional Restrictions may apply. See terms for details.
2 Western Union also makes money from currency exchange. When choosing a money transmitter, carefully compare both transfer fees and exchange rates. Fees, foreign exchange rates, and taxes may vary by brand, channel, and location based on a number of factors. Fees and rates subject to change without notice.
3 Network data valid as of 30 September 2021.
4 If you’re using a credit card, a card-issuer cash advance fee and associated interest charges may apply. To avoid these fees or for reduced fees, use a debit card or check other payment methods.