A SWIFT code is the unique identification code of a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks for international transfers. It indicates which bank a payment is to be sent. Bank identifier codes are commonly known as SWIFT (or BIC) codes.
A SWIFT code is a standard format code which is comprised of eight (8) or eleven (11) letters or numbers. The SWIFT code can be a bank's general head office code, or relate to a bank's individual branch or department.
Suncorp Bank swift code is automatically populated when you are sending global payments via internet banking overseas. You will need to obtain the swift code of the bank you're sending money too. If a European or UK account you'll also need the IBAN.
The following site can be used to try to obtain a SWIFT code: SWIFT Online Directory